Less than a week after a 50-year-old Sikh man was attacked in Stanislaus County, an older man of the same faith was kicked to the ground repeatedly while taking a walk around a Manteca park. The Manteca incident, captured on video, occurred about 6 a.m. Monday. The victim, 71, was at Graystone Park when two […]Read More Another Sikh man attacked, this time in Manteca
300 × 209 – pinterest.com Many low income first-generation college students who are reading and doing math at a seventh or eighth grade level are admitted into college. Every year, as many as 1.7 million first-year students entering both two- and four-year colleges will take a remedial course to learn the skills they need to enroll in […]Read More Why Aren’t Low-Income Students Succeeding in School?
Four kids were found in horrible condition, two related to each other and the other two adopted. Cases like these are found all over and it’s horrible to know that there are still children out there undergoing abuse. Authorities need to step up their game because quite frankly they’re not doing a good enough job […]Read More Couple Charged with Locking Children Inside Small, Windowless Boxes
Advocacy groups sued the Trump administration Wednesday over what they call the biased makeup of a wildlife advisory council. Blogger: Zoe (: Click here for more infoRead More Trump’s wildlife protection council is mostly trophy hunters and donors, lawsuit says
It started with in-state tuition. Then came driver’s licenses, new rules designed to limit deportations and state-funded healthcare for children. And on Monday, in a gesture heavy with symbolism, came a new law to erase the word “alien” from California’s labor code. Together, these piecemeal measures have taken on a significance greater than their individual […]Read More Local California gives immigrants here illegally unprecedented rights, benefits, protections
The Stanislaus County sheriff’s deputy who crashed his patrol car last year, killing himself and a community service officer, was determined not to be at fault in the collision due to health-related conditions, according to the California Highway Patrol. Deputy Jason Garner’s patrol vehicle was traveling 89 mph when it crashed in a wrecking yard […]Read More Health conditions cited as cause of crash that killed Stanislaus deputy and CSO