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Saturday, 24 September 2016 08:27

Morning Bulletin for Saturday September 24th, 2016

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Good morning, here is your daily news bulletin for September 24th, 2016.
Fire crews battled a blaze at a home on the 1800 block of Wylie Drive Friday at about 4:30 in the afternoon. Crews from Modesto and Stanislaus Consolidated Fire responded to the scene. The home suffered significant damage and displaced the occupants
A pedestrian was struck by a hit and run driver later Friday. Police responded to find the victim near the Circle K near McHenry and Standiford at about 5:15pm. The involved driver fled the scene. The pedestrian's condition was not available.
Police in Stockton are investigating a shooting that left one man dead and another injured early Saturday. The incident happened near the intersection of South Center and East Anderson. A 30 year old man was pronounced dead at the scene. A 24 year old man later arrived at the hospital with injuries but was expected to survive.
For more local news updates stay tuned to Central Valley TV.
Friday, 23 September 2016 08:08

Morning Bulletin For September 23rd, 2016

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Good morning, here's our morning bulletin with quick news updates.

In Stockton, two people were shot while driving on I-5 near Eighth Street Thursday afternoon. The man and woman were struck by gunfire and taken to a hospital. The suspect fled the area.
In case you missed it, two men were arrested this week for the murder of 13 year old Brisa Covarrubias. She was shot May 30th in front of her home in West Modesto and passed away at a hospital.
A vehicle collision in Keyes disrupted power to the area over night after a driver collided with a power pole. The crash happened at Washington and Nunes Road. Turlock Irrigation District anticipated restoration at 4:00am.
Stay tune for more news and updates from CVTV!
Wednesday, 21 September 2016 19:23

Injured Bicyclist Rescued by Fire Crews

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MODESTO - An injured bicyclist who fell into Dry Creek was rescued by firefighters Tuesday afternoon.

Emergency crews responded to a call at Dry Creek shortly before 6:00pm. According to Modesto Fire Department Battalion Chief Randy Anderson, the bicyclist miscalculated a bump on the biking trail along the creek and fell about 20 feet. The bicyclist suffered a broken leg, and his bike came to land a short distance away in the water.

Firefighters and paramedics stabilized the bicyclist and used a basket and ladder to remove him from the creek area.

Anderson indicated that some of the trail areas are better suited for advanced riders, and it is always a good idea to ride with a friend. 

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Saturday, 10 September 2016 14:15

Deputy Wounded in Shooting Expected to Recover

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DELHI - A Merced County Sheriff deputy wounded in a shootout is expected to recover from his wounds.

The incident happened late Thursday afternoon just before 6:00pm, as authorities were responding to a residence on the 16200 block of Harmony Ranch Drive. The call was to investigate a domestic disturbance at the home of 38 year old Jose Torres, according to officials.

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As the deputies arrived, Torres opened fire, striking 47 year old Deputy Alex Barba twice. His partner, 39 year old Deputy Adam Leuchner, returned fire striking and killing Torres. Deputy Barba was transported to a hospital in Modesto by air ambulance, where he underwent surgery. His outlook is good and is expected to survive.

"I was at home having dinner with my family when I got the call," one official at the scene said. "My understanding is he was in good spirits and positive after being shot. He is a strong man."

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Friday, 09 September 2016 11:46

Fire Guts Central Modesto Home

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MODESTO - Fire crews battled a blaze that caused significant damage to a central Modesto home early Friday morning.

The fire was reported shortly before 1:00am at a home on the 500 block of James Street. Arriving crews located a home with visible fire throughout the interior of the structure, with flames also shooting out of windows on three sides of the home.

Fire crews went to work to prevent the fire from reaching threatened neighboring homes. Firefighters entered the home to continue extinguishing the fire and conduct a search. The home was later determined to be vacant.

Damage was estimated at $70,000 and the cause of the fire is under investigation.

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Thursday, 08 September 2016 20:58

Merced County Deputy Critically Injured in Shooting

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DELHI - A Merced County Sheriff's Deputy was critically injured during a shooting while investigating a domestic disturbance Thursday afternoon.

The incident happened shortly before 6:00pm on the 16200 block of Harmony Ranch Road. Deputies responded to a home where the suspect confronted them and opened fire, striking one of the deputies. At least one deputy returned fire, striking and killing the suspect.
The injured deputy, who was said to be a veteran of more than a decade, was airlifted to a hospital for surgery and was critical.
Multiple agencies responded to assist in the incident including Merced, Livingston, Atwater and Turlock Police Departments as well as the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office and the California Highway Patrol.
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Thursday, 08 September 2016 09:30

Turlock Shooting Investigated

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TURLOCK - Police closed off South Walnut Avenue Thursday morning for a shooting investigation.
Early indications suggest two victims were injured by gunfire at about 5:00am near the Motel 6 on South Walnut Avenue. The area was taped off as police took measurements and placed evidence markers in the roadway.
The victims were only identified as a male and a female and were listed in stable condition according to an official. 
Further updates will be posted as information becomes available.
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