More Videos

One killed and multiple injured in Merced County DUI crash 0:44

One killed and multiple injured in Merced County DUI crash

Merced City Fire battles a house fire that killed a pet 4:16

Merced City Fire battles a house fire that killed a pet

Watch the video that helped end a robbery spree in Merced 0:25

Watch the video that helped end a robbery spree in Merced

Merced Court orders psych evaluation in alleged Satanic killing 0:51

Merced Court orders psych evaluation in alleged Satanic killing

Obdulia Sanchez appears in court as her trial date is postponed 0:36

Obdulia Sanchez appears in court as her trial date is postponed

Copper stolen from Atwater VFW Hall 1:18

Copper stolen from Atwater VFW Hall

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport 3:05

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport

From Kansas to Trump's voter commission: Who is Kris Kobach? 2:58

From Kansas to Trump's voter commission: Who is Kris Kobach?

Los Banos fourth-graders learn role of rural health clinics 1:10

Los Banos fourth-graders learn role of rural health clinics

Two families displaced by structure fire on West 19th Street in Merced 1:02

Two families displaced by structure fire on West 19th Street in Merced

  • Merced County marijuana ordinance may result in increased costs for medicinal users

    Adam Pluguez, 33, of Merced, speaks about his use of medicinal marijuana to help him deal with the side effects of opioids at his home in unincorporated Merced County, Calif., on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017. A newly proposed Merced County ordinance allowing six plants to be grown indoors, may result in higher costs for medicinal users.

Merced County marijuana ordinance may result in increased costs for medicinal users

Adam Pluguez, 33, of Merced, speaks about his use of medicinal marijuana to help him deal with the side effects of opioids at his home in unincorporated Merced County, Calif., on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017. A newly proposed Merced County ordinance allowing six plants to be grown indoors, may result in higher costs for medicinal users.
Andrew Kuhn Merced Sun-Star