Mike Dunbar: Time for county officials to ban people from our rivers
Mike Dunbar, the editorial page editor of The Modesto Bee, is urging Stanislaus, Merced and San Joaquin county officials to ban the recreational use of the Tuolumne, Merced and Stanislaus rivers until they are deemed safe. The cold, rapid water th
The Modesto Bee's editorial page editor, who once lived aboard 38-foot sail boat in the Delta, discusses what it really take to fix the largest estuary on the West Coast of the United States. And it's not more water from the San Joaquin River.
Footage shows a man walking around a bedroom at 3:40 a.m. while a woman and her child sleep. He then dims a lamp and walks to the side of the bed where Layton City police say he exposes himself and performs a sex act on himself.
John Buckley, executive director of the Central Sierra Conservation Center, spoke to The Modesto Bee editorial board on Jan. 24, 2018, about issues ranging from forest fires to forest health to Yosemite and the issues surrounding the park's nearly
A German Federal Government social media page released video of the first time President Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin met in person. The videos shows them shaking hands at the 2017 Hamburg summit on July 7. Note: no audio.
The Modesto Bee Opinions Page Editor Mike Dunbar says California continues to miss opportunities to store water by failing to address the need to build more storage facilities that would capture all of the state's water.
Mike Dunbar, The Bee's Opinions editor, offers his three takeaways from the 2015 election. Among the talking points – Measure G, Modesto City School Board race, low voting turnout and the Oakdale Irrigation District.
The body of a man was found hanging from a rope tied to a train trestle above the Tuolumne River in Modesto, California, on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. The man apparently became asphyxiated after he became entangled while trying to jump into the river.