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Wearing an orange and gray jailhouse uniform, 41-year-old James White seemed unfazed as Judge Carol Ash announced his fate: 75 years to life in prison. Jackson's son and family members confronted White in court during the emotionally charged hearing,
Tenants Together, a San Francisco-based nonprofit group that defends California tenants' rights, asked the Merced City Council earlier this year to consider a Just Cause for Eviction ordinance as soon as possible to stabilize Merced's housing market.
Over the past five fiscal years, Livingston one of Merced County's smaller cities racked up the most legal fees of any other city in the county, spending $3,469,770.15, according to city records. When that number is placed next to Livingstons
The hour-long show focuses on community, education and government news affecting residents throughout Merced County...This weekends lineup: Lindsey Johnson from the city talks about the new revitalized Neighborhood Watch Program; Marilyn Fauerbach
The county's latest offer would give Challenger a two-year lease with no rent obligation. The details of the offer were disclosed in a letter Challenger officials received Thursday. "We want to give them (Challenger) an opportunity to transition to a
Thats the finding of a study done by Dr. Nawal Lutfiyya through the Essentia Health organization. Lutfiyya found city residents eat many more fruits and vegetables than rural residents...There are a number of reasons rural residents dont eat enough
Bookings were moved to the John Latorraca Correctional Center on July 29 because of staffing issues, and the less-capable facility has proven to be problematic for law enforcement agencies throughout Merced County. Chief Norm Andrade of the Merced
Atwal, along with his brother, Surjits Atwal, have been growing peaches since 1989, when the brothers bought a ranch on East South Bear Creek Drive. "This year's crop is good. We lost some quality early, but after that it looks better," Atwal said.
Gonzaga Road A section of eastbound Highway 152 was closed during the start of Memorial Day weekend after a big-rig driver suspected of drunken driving crashed into a row of trees Saturday morning...The California Highway Patrol is reporting a
As each took a bite, one girls eyebrows went up and she said Yum, thats good. Kathy Bauer, the mom of the three little girls, asked them, Do you like that one? Three yeses answered her, and Jackson handed Bauer a bag to fill with the fruit.