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Early this morning, at about 7am, Turlock Police responded to a reported injury accident in the 1400 Block of W. Main Street at N. Tully Road. When they arrived, officers found a 41 year old male motorcyclist in the middle of the road after being involved in a collision.

Turlock Police are still looking for the driver who fled the scene of a collision that killed an 18 year old female passenger. Police are reaching out to the public in hopes of locating the suspected driver by releasing photographs from surveillance video.

The Turlock City Council will hold their regularly scheduled City Council Meeting at Turlock City Hall on Tuesday at 7pm. The meeting agenda includes a City Staff request to accept the Municipal Services Department Annual Report for 2011-12 and direct staff to obtain proposals for professional consulting services to assist in the preparation of a water rate study.

Earlier this week, Denise Helms, a 22 year old woman from Turlock, wrote a Facebook post using a racial slur to describe President Barack Obama and mentioned the possibility of the President getting assassinated. Not only were the comments reported to the United States Secret Service, but they also went viral on the internet.

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A young woman from Turlock is currently under investigation by the United States Secret Service regarding a post she made on her Facebook page regarding US President Barack Obama, according to Brian Leary, USSS Spokesperson.

Although the primary spotlight of the results of the 2012 Election focusing on the results of the Presidential Election, many have anxiously awaited the final results on several of the eleven State Propositions that were on the California State Ballot as well.

According to the Secretary of State’s Office, as of 6:19am on November 7th, with 100 percent precincts partially reporting, Incumbent Congressman Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) has been reelected to serve the U.S. House of Representatives District 10. With 100 percent of the precincts counted, Denham gained 80,885 votes (53.8% of the vote), while competitor Jose Hernandez (D) gained 69,336 votes (46.2% of the vote).

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