STOCKTON - A power ball ticket matching five out of six numbers was reported sold at Parkwood Gas and Food on Hammer Lane.
The winning numbers, 32-16-19-57-34 and Powerball number 13, were selected Saturday night.
To win the record $949.8 million dollars, a ticket must match all six numbers. The first five can be in any order, but the power ball number must match. No ticket matching all numbers was reportedly sold.
The next drawing with an increased jackpot to $1.3 billion dollars is set for Wednesday night.
Chill Seekers paranormal investigators have released their latest video episode, taking a look at the new Daydreams and Nightmares location in Modesto.
If you're looking for something to watch on Halloween after you've sorted the kids' candy and they've gone off to bed, you can catch every single episode of Chill Seekers on the CVTV Roku channel, or you can watch their latest episode on the video above.
Don't forget to look under your beds!
MODESTO - The 16th Annual Modesto Area Music Association Awards were held Tuesday at the State Theater.
If you missed our live broadcast of the event, you can watch the recording in it's entirety in the video above. You can also watch the broadcast on your HDTV via our Roku channel.
Viewer discretion is advised for some mature language during the event.
TURLOCK - The Central Valley Assyrian Festival was recently held at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds.
The two day festival featured food, music, dancing, vendors and a cultural exhibit. The exhibit highlighted the faith, contributions and persecutions of the Assyrian people.
The event was organized with the help of four Assyrian churches, three of them in the Turlock - Ceres - Modesto areas and the fourth in San Francisco.
The festival also raised funds for ACERO, an organization to help refugees displaced by the ISIS conflict in Iraq and Syria.
TURLOCK - The Stanislaus County Fair is featuring a new butterfly exhibit this year that is sure to attract the attention of all ages.
Guests enter a netted 1000 square foot enclosure to observe, interact and feed several monarch butterflies fluttering freely through a garden.
During a media preview, guests were able to get up close and personal with the butterflies by feeding them nectar.
In addition to up close interaction, there are also several educational components to the exhibit as well.
The exhibit is open weekdays from 5-11pm and weekends from noon to 11pm.
Now kids can go on their own breaking news adventures and become junior reporters with the all new CVTV Action Figures! The first two in the series are photojournalists Chris Kruse and Tom Little.
Each action figure comes highly detailed with several points of articulation and accessories such as a broadcast camera with a tripod, a digital SLR with zoom lens and a laptop to edit breaking news!
Chris Kruse is the breaking news photojournalist specializing in covering police pursuits and rescues! Decked out in the appropriate gear, he is ready for action at any moment! Veteran photographer Tom Little is the comedy relief of the duo who prefers the slower pace of live music and other local events. He has a more laid back style but gets the job done and never misses a deadline!
Also available in the upcoming toy line is the Crime Alley Playset (sold separately), where reporters can broadcast a live report from the scene of the action! Also coming soon is the CVTV news truck complete with satellite and control room, and the CVTV News Center playlet where reporters can sit behind the anchor desk and report to countless viewers!
The second wave of action figures will introduce Deputy Dan, the public information officer and Kim Chambers, a reporter and anchor! Stay tuned!