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Stanislaus jails pick on inmates of only one race, lawsuit says

Latino inmates disproportionately face being locked in maximum security, says a lawsuit against the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department, whose deputies guard jails. The lockups also deprive inmates of outdoor exercise and sensory stimulation and expose them to unnecessary violence at the hands of guards, the lawsuit says.

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Stanislaus County has selected its next CEO

Stanislaus County has named Jody Hayes as its next chief executive officer, replacing CEO Stan Risen, who is retiring in August. Hayes has worked for the county since 1999 and as an assistant executive officer since 2014. His salary will be $240,000.

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Search at Modesto Reservoir

Efforts to find a 21-year-old Turlock man, Nelson Guerra, presumed drowned at Modesto Reservoir continued into darkness Friday, June 23, 2017. Deke Farrow/jfarrow@modbee.com

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Pastor Joel Richards retires after 43 years of service

After 43 years of serving La Loma Grace Community Church, Pastor Joel Richards gave his final sermon as senior pastor. Pastor Richards has also served the Ceres Police Department Chaplain.
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Pastor Joel Richards retires after 43 years of service

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Vehicle Accident on Northbound Hwy 99 At Keyes Rd

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Search at Modesto Reservoir

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Search at Modesto Reservoir