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Two injured in crash on Yosemite Boulevard 0:29

Two injured in crash on Yosemite Boulevard

Scene from vehicle wreck in Turlock 0:24

Scene from vehicle wreck in Turlock

NC boy's gravestone repossessed by minister after family didn't pay the full bill 2:36

NC boy's gravestone repossessed by minister after family didn't pay the full bill

Taking a knee: How Colin Kaepernick started an NFL movement 0:02

Taking a knee: How Colin Kaepernick started an NFL movement

FBI: Hang up on callers claiming to have kidnapped loved ones 1:06

FBI: Hang up on callers claiming to have kidnapped loved ones

Highlights | Downey 55, Johansen 24 0:46

Highlights | Downey 55, Johansen 24

'A group of guys that just works': Carr praises teammates after 45-20 win 2:13

'A group of guys that just works': Carr praises teammates after 45-20 win

Death investigation underway on Claribel 0:35

Death investigation underway on Claribel

Point of View | Stanislaus Consolidated firefighters tackle barn fire northeast of Modesto 2:03

Point of View | Stanislaus Consolidated firefighters tackle barn fire northeast of Modesto

Breathtaking view of fall colors in the Sierra as birds would see them 1:31

Breathtaking view of fall colors in the Sierra as birds would see them

Driver injured in west Modesto

A woman was injured when she apparently lost control of a car while backing out of a store parking lot on Robertson Road in Modesto,CA, on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, the California Highway Patrol reported. (John Holland/jholland@modbee.com)
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Driver injured in west Modesto 0:46

Driver injured in west Modesto

Point of View | Stanislaus Consolidated firefighters tackle barn fire northeast of Modesto 2:03

Point of View | Stanislaus Consolidated firefighters tackle barn fire northeast of Modesto

Two injured in crash on Yosemite Boulevard 0:29

Two injured in crash on Yosemite Boulevard

Breathtaking view of fall colors in the Sierra as birds would see them 1:31

Breathtaking view of fall colors in the Sierra as birds would see them