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Fireworks explode over Sydney Harbour during New Year's Eve... Tri-cityherald.com

From spectacular fireworks in Hong Kong and Australia to a huge LED lightshow at the world's tallest building in Dubai, a look at how revelers around the world are ringing in 2018: Starting at midnight, California joined the growing list of states to legalize recreational marijuana. The moment is significant but will not be met with a non-stop pot party.

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The Latest: Some Californians ring in new year with weed My Mother Lode

A law allowing the state's first legal retail pot sales went into effect at 12:01 a.m. Monday. Johnny Hernandez, a tattoo artist from Modesto, was celebrating New Year's Eve by smoking "Happy New Year blunts" with his cousins.

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Retired Teacher Collecting Books After Fire Destroys Library at Bret Harte Elementary KTXL-TV Sacramento

As massive orange flames swallowed an entire wing of Bret Harte Elementary School in Modesto on Friday, Julie Nelson watched in horror. "I remember on Dec. 29 my husband showing me a clip of the fire as it was being extinguished," Nelson said.

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AARP offers free tax preparation Sierra Star

Free income tax return preparation and electronic filing, for both state and federal returns, will be available again this year for Mountain Area residents, offered by the AARP Tax-Aide program. Last year, the program prepared and filed more than 550 tax returns for Madera County residents, with 300 of them for Mountain Area residents.

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Man impersonating officer tried to pull over real cop, police say San Francisco Chroni

Visalia police release this photo of Brandon Freeman, who they say impersonated an officer and attempted to pull over an off-duty police sergeant. Visalia police release this photo of Brandon Freeman, who they say impersonated an officer and attempted to pull over an off-duty police sergeant.

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Alleged Pier 39 terrorist planned to a funnel people into an area in order to shoot thema The Fresno Bee

Domestic terrorism is a broad label and is often used to describe violent crimes like the Oklahoma City Bombing that occur on U.S. soil. But what does it mean? And can you be charged with it? Domestic terrorism is a broad label and is often used to describe violent crimes like the Oklahoma City Bombing that occur on U.S. soil.

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Fire at Bret Harte Elementary School Found to be Arson KTXL-TV Sacramento

During an investigation. the Regional Fire Investigation Unit found the fire at Bret Harte Elementary School on December 29 was set intentionally.

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6 dogs that mauled Modesto woman to death to be put down SFGate

Nearly a week after a Modesto woman was mauled to death by stray dogs, the pack was found and captured, officials said. Deborah Onsureza , 56, was found deada around 7:50 p.m. in the driveway of a home in the 500 block of Crows Landing Roada .

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Judge blocks Trump decision to end young immigrant program Bellingham Herald

Whether you're in a car, on a bike or walking in Bellingham, you have to obey the rules of the road A rally in Modesto, CA, supported a federal program that protects young immigrants from deportation on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017.

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Caught on Video: CHP officer involved in Modesto hit-and-run crash KCRA-TV Sacramento

Investigators are looking for a driver who was involved in a hit-and-run crash with a California Highway Patrol officer in Modesto. The crash happened just after 3 p.m. Friday near the intersection of Tuolumne Boulevard and Leon Avenue, CHP said.

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Modesto police search for driver who hit, killed man KCRA-TV Sacramento

WEBVTT LETICIA: TRAGEDY AT A BITTER --BUSY INTERSECTION.POLICE SAY A MAN BETWEEN 60 AND70 YEARS OLD WAS WORKING AND ADRIVER SLAMMED INTO HIM.THIS WAS NEW THE SIDEWALK OF BIGVALLEY CHURCH.>> THE DRIVER FLED THE SCENEAFTER HITTING A PEDESTRIANWALKING ON THE ROADWAY.LETICIA: A DRIVER CALLED BY ONEWANT TO REPORT THE BODY.DEBRIS SCATTERED EVERYWHERE.THE VICTIMS HAD STILL ON THEROADWAY.IT REMINDER OF A LIFE TAKEN ANDTHE BLINK OF AN EYE.PIECES OF THE CAR WERE LEFTBEHIND.>> WE BELIEVE IT IS A 2001 HONDACIVIC.LETICIA: THOSE WHO LIVE NEARBYWOKE UP AFTER HEARING THECOMMOTION.>> I KNEW SOMEBODY GOT HIT, THISHAS HAPPENED THREE TIMES BEFORE.LETICIA: MADISON SAYS SHE WISHESPEOPLE WOULD SLOW DOWN ANDREALIZE LIGHTS ARE BEING PUT INDANGER.>> THERE IS A LOT GOING ON,PEOPLE DON'T REALLY LOOK OR A 60- to 70-year-old man was killed in a hit-and-run crash about 5:30 a.m. Wednesday on Tully Road between ... (more)

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Driver Sought after Deadly DUI Crash KTXL-TV Sacramento

Police in Modesto are looking for a woman they say crashed into a tree in early May, killing one of her passengers and injuring two others. The crash happened May 5 along Pelandale Avenue.

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Police: Modesto-area man shoots, kills mother after losing video game KRON 4

"He came out yelling something about my headset is broken or something about the headset being broken and then grabbed a gun and started shooting," Sgt. Greg Yotsuya said.

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16-Year-Old Male Shot, Killed in Empire; Two Other Teens Injured KTXL-TV Sacramento

Detectives with the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department are investigating after a 16-year-old was shot and killed on McNary Court in Empire just outside of Modesto. The 16-year-old male was pronounced dead at the hospital.

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Telemundo Reveals 14 Contestants for Masterchef Latino, Premiering 1/21 BroadwayWorld.com

Following its grand premiere last night on Telemundo, MASTERCHEF LATINO wrapped up the first episode with the selection of the 14 contestants, who love to cook and will compete in the prestigious cooking competition hosted by TV star Aracely Armbula, beginning this Sunday, January 21 at 8pm/7c. Each week, viewers will get to see their struggle to win the challenges and overcome the various tests, while witnessing the joy of their victories and the pain of their dramatic failures.

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Alexander Valley Vineyards of Healdsburg, California Wins Top Honors... Wine Business Online

FORT WORTH, Texas The Botanical Research Institute of Texas is pleased to announce the winners in its 2018 International Award of Excellence in Sustainable Winegrowing competition. The platinum medal goes to Alexander Valley Vineyards of Healdsburg, California, based on the winery's on-going sustainable programs that address the three elements of sustainability: environmental, economic, social and the Vineyard's wine taste.

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Modesto officer hurt, vehicle mangled in pursuit, crash KCRA-TV Sacramento

A Modesto police officer was injured early Tuesday morning in a pursuit when his patrol vehicle was hit by a DUI driver who was initially going the wrong way on Highway 99, officials said. A Toyota Tundra was going north on Highway 99 about 1 .m. in the southbound lanes of traffic, just north of Carpenter Road and eventually exited the highway at Beckwith Road, continuing eastbound, the California Highway Patrol reported.

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After Devastating Fire, Bret Harte Elementary Students Head Back to Class KTXL-TV Sacramento

"Everything was gone so we have new desks that were in our warehouse. Curriculum materials have been delivered," Modesto City Schools Interim Superintendent Craig Rydquist said.

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Measure A transforms Sierra Vista The Reporter

Sarah Bannon, an eighth-grade science teacher at Sierra Vista, reviews an assignment Tuesday with her students in a newly opened science building at the Bel Air Drive campus, the construction funded by Measure A, the $194 million bond voters passed in November 2014. Without public fanfare but certainly with excited students and teachers, Sierra Vista leaders on Jan. 8 opened two new seventh- and eighth-grade science classrooms, part of continuing Measure A expenditures at the Vacaville school, bringing the teaching of basic biology, genetics, plant and animal life cycles and more into a 21st-century learning environment.

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Supes Amend Cannabis Regs Contract, Comment On Don Pedro Relicensing My Mother Lode

Arranging for further help in developing Tuolumne County's cannabis regulations and weighing in on the Lake Don Pedro Hydroelectric Project were addressed in short order by the supervisors Tuesday. Back in July of last year, the supervisors approved the signing of an agreement with SCI Consulting Group not to exceed $22,500 for professional services to help develop and enact the county's local marijuana regulations with scope covering 12 onsite meetings over six trips.

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