This video shot by the Waterford Police Services shows a funnel cloud near the downtown area on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 27, 2016. (Waterford Police Services/Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department)
Funnel cloud seen near downtown Waterford
Step inside Vintage Faire Mall's new BoxLunch
Free spay/neuter for Pit Bulls and Chihuahuas
Go inside Roseburg Square's new Bellissima Boutique
Watch buildings shake in the Mexico City earthquake
Strong earthquake rattles Mexico City offices
Buildings collapse in Mexico City after strong earthquake
A look from above at the work being done on McHenry Avenue between Modesto, Escalon
After 8 months in Mars-like habitat, see research crew emerge from isolation
This surveillance video shows teen returning wallet with $1,500 in cash to Elk Grove resident
Jackknifed big rig snarls freeway traffic in the heart of Sacramento
Trump to United Nations: 'Rocket Man is on a suicide mission'
Here's how Hurricane Maria blasting Caribbean island of Guadeloupe looks, sounds like
A powerful earthquake jolted central Mexico on Tuesday, causing buildings to sway in the capital on the anniversary of a 1985 quake that did major damage. The strong quake was captured on video as the Associated Press staff worked in their Mexico City office.
Melissa Vang is thrilled to see goodness lies in the hearts of teens. "God bless this young man's heart," she wrote on Facebook with a post of this video. It shows Tyler Opdyke, 18, leaving her husband's wallet stuffed with $1,500 cash to her doorstep after waiting for someone to answer the door. Vang apologized for not opening the door to strangers, but later found the the teen and thanked him for the kind gesture.
Work continues on McHenry Avenue at the Stanislaus River, where a $21 million road project is due for completion in September 2020. The project is seen here from above on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, in footage shot by The Bee's Joan Barnett Lee using the The Bee's drone – named Scoopy. Awni Taha, interim field manager for the San Joaquin County Public Works Department, said 15 percent of the eastern half of the new Stanislaus River Bridge is complete. He lauded the efforts of Modesto's Firoz Vohra and Escalon's Jeff Levers – two engineers on the project – for keeping the temporary roundabout to the north of the bridge going, which has allowed traffic to keep flowing. Myers and Sons Construction was awarded the contract in February.
The University of Hawaii HI-SEAS Mission V crew spent eight months in isolation in a Mars-like habitat. They emerged from their 1,200 square-foot dome September 17, 2017 to cheers. The data they produce may help NASA send humans to the red planet by the 2030s.
President Trump in his first speech to the United Nations referred to North Korea leader Kim Jong Un as a "rocket man," and said the United States, if forced to defend itself and its allies, is "willing and able" to take military action.
Hurricane Maria has regained Category 5 strength overnight into Tuesday. Officials in the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe said the French island near Dominica probably would experience heavy flooding and warned that many communities could be submerged. The storm was located early Tuesday about 65 miles west-southwest of Guadeloupe.
A police car was set on fire at the Georgia Institute of Technology on the night of Monday, September 18, 2017 during protests against the fatal police shooting of a student. Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz was fatally shot by campus police on the university’s Atlanta campus late Saturday, September 16, after refusing drop a knife. Protests erupted on the campus Monday night, coinciding with a vigil planned for that night. This video shows a campus police car on fire.
Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig said Robert Hodges' alleged killing of his three children, Kelvin, 11, Julie, 9. and Lucas, 7 months, constituted a capital crime, but he said he had not decided whether to pursue the death penalty. In this video, Hodges is shown at his arraignment Monday, September 18, 2017. NO AUDIO