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Train hits pedestrian in downtown Modesto 0:33

Train hits pedestrian in downtown Modesto

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Watch air ambulance land on Highway 99 after crash in Turlock

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Peterson Archives: Neighbor Karen Servas on the arrest of Scott Peterson

Colander shows the shadows from solar eclipse 0:22

Colander shows the shadows from solar eclipse

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MJC to host eclipse viewing

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How to make a pinhole projector to view the solar eclipse

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Answers to solar eclipse questions you're too embarrassed to ask

California officials visit pot farms to identify water usage issues
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California officials visit pot farms to identify water usage issues

  • Jerry Brown optimistic about disaster relief from Trump

    Gov. Jerry Brown said Monday, March 20, 2017, that he feels good about getting federal funding for the winter storms.

Water & Drought

Trump approves funds for California relief, including $274 million for Oroville Dam

President Donald Trump announced Sunday the approval of $540 million in relief funds – the largest yet – for California to pay for costs associated with the winter storms, including $274 million earmarked for repairs to the Oroville Dam spillway.

Water & Drought

Shasta water release plan has no cutbacks to farmers – for now

After weeks of uncertainty and pressure from members of Congress, federal officials on Wednesday announced a plan for managing water releases from California’s largest reservoir this summer in a manner that will not involve cutbacks in farm water deliveries – at least if all goes as hoped. The good news for farmers may not bode well for endangered fish.

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Train hits pedestrian in downtown Modesto 0:33

Train hits pedestrian in downtown Modesto

Demonstrators disrupt CSUS president's address 0:35

Demonstrators disrupt CSUS president's address

Watch air ambulance land on Highway 99 after crash in Turlock 1:00

Watch air ambulance land on Highway 99 after crash in Turlock

Woman hunts for gold, finds a diamond 2:15

Woman hunts for gold, finds a diamond

Peterson Archives: Neighbor Karen Servas on the arrest of Scott Peterson 1:37

Peterson Archives: Neighbor Karen Servas on the arrest of Scott Peterson

Colander shows the shadows from solar eclipse 0:22

Colander shows the shadows from solar eclipse

MJC to host eclipse viewing 2:04

MJC to host eclipse viewing

How to make a pinhole projector to view the solar eclipse 1:06

How to make a pinhole projector to view the solar eclipse

Answers to solar eclipse questions you're too embarrassed to ask 0:41

Answers to solar eclipse questions you're too embarrassed to ask

Valley Water Summit at Gallo Center in Modesto 1:33

Valley Water Summit at Gallo Center in Modesto

California officials visit pot farms to identify water usage issues

California regulators are undertaking an unique experiment to govern water use for marijuana growers. The Sacramento Bee joined state officials as they visited sites with growers’ approval to issue instructions on water conservation and issue violation notices. (Paul Kitagaki Jr./The Sacramento Bee)
California officials visit pot farms to identify water usage issues
2:13

California officials visit pot farms to identify water usage issues

Valley Water Summit at Gallo Center in Modesto 1:33

Valley Water Summit at Gallo Center in Modesto

Train hits pedestrian in downtown Modesto 0:33

Train hits pedestrian in downtown Modesto

Demonstrators disrupt CSUS president's address 0:35

Demonstrators disrupt CSUS president's address