Inmates arrive at the Stanislaus County courthouse in Modesto on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. Suspected murderer Martin Martinez was in court for an appearance Wednesday morning. (Joan Barnett Leeemail@example.com)
Inmates brought in to Stanislaus County Court
DA spokesperson gives update on Martin Martinez case
DA spokesperson John Goold talks in front of courthouse about Martin Martinez case
Suspect in Modesto homicides pleads not guilty to murder in separate case
Martin Martinez homicide arraignment at Stanislaus County Court
Modesto Police Chief Galen Carroll press conference on Nob Hill homicides
Memorial for five victims of apparent homicide
Update on Five Bodies Found on Nob Hill Court
2 Adults, 3 Children Found Dead Inside Village One Modesto Home
Spectators walk down the hallway into the courtroom as Nob Hill Court homicide suspect awaits arraignment at Stanislaus County Court in Modesto on Thursday, July 203, 2015. (Jim Silvafirstname.lastname@example.org)
At about 3:30 pm Modesto Police responded to a security check on the 2600 block of Nob Hill Court. Five bodies were found inside. Police are investigating as a homicide. (Marijke Rowlandemail@example.com)
Friends and family reflect on the life and influence of Jairol Red, a former Modesto Christian basketball star who died after a bout with a rare cancer. On Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018, the school hosted the Modesto Christian Alumni Jairol Red Benefit Game.
Modesto Christian High hosted the Jairol Red Alumni Game on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. The game, along with a raffle and dinner, benefited the family of the late Jairol Red, who died of a rare form of cancer. Red is considered the school’s first basketball star, and his son, Jairol Harris-Red, played in his honor.
Jennifer Graves Roach discusses how she was sexually abused as a teenager by Brad Tebbutt, a former youth pastor at First Baptist Church, starting in the 1980s in Modesto, California. (Garth Stapley/Modesto, Peter Haley/Tacoma News Tribune
Sumatran tiger cub Jillian turned one on February 10, 2014. Check out this San Francisco Zoo video of her enjoying birthday gifts, which include a frozen ice cake and a bubble bath. Jillian, who was the Sacramento Zoo's lone tiger, has returned to San Francisco after failing to adjust to her change of scenery.
Squaw Valley Ski Patrol unofficially reported 7 inches of new snow on the upper mountain at Squaw Valley with more accumulation on the ridges. Snow continued to fall Thursday with another storm in the forecast for this coming Monday. Weekend temperatures will be cold, keeping the new snow fresh. Winds could pickup on Sunday as the next storm rolls in.