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1 hr ago | RecordNET
Police officers working with the U.S. Marshal's Service stopped a vehicle driven by a wanted fugitive in central Stockton on Tuesday afternoon and arrested the driver after deploying a police dog to assist in taking the man into custody.
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5 hrs ago | KCRA-TV Sacramento
THEY SURE ARE. EVERY COMMUTER WE TALKED TO SAYS THEY ARE GLAD SOMETHING IS GOING TO BE DONE ABOUT THE ROUGH RIDE HERE ON INTERSTATE 5. CONSTRUCTION IS PROMISING TO MAKE WIDER AND SMOOTHER LANES.
7 hrs ago | RecordNET
The public is invited to join Central United Methodist Church's Way of the Cross program from noon to 3 p.m. Friday.
11 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Asparagus stalks from Jimenez Farms in Stockton await shoppers at the farmers market.
11 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Authorities today arrested three Stockton, Calif., residents on sex trafficking charges, accusing them of helping deliver an Orlando juvenile to a California prostitution operation, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
12 hrs ago | RecordNET
"A great David vs. Goliath story is brewing in Stockton as local am radio station KSTN returns to FM at 105-9, under the moniker "The New 105-9 The Bull" with a simulcast that originates from it's it's south Stockton location and original 1420 AM signal."
13 hrs ago | RecordNET
An online posting for a marijuana exchange resulted in a 41-year-old woman coming to Stockton and getting robbed of her stash Tuesday evening, police reported.
17 hrs ago | RecordNET
Authorities discovered the body of a 15-year-old Stockton boy in a drainage ditch early Tuesday after his family reported him missing, the California Highway Patrol said.
The city's bankruptcy and a document that essentially serves as Stockton's constitution will be among the key topics on a packed agenda at tonight's City Council meeting.
Mary Jo was born to ranch owners Jose B. and Teresa M. Garcia in San Jose, Arizona.
McNerney, D-Stockton, announced on Monday that his Water Efficiency Improvement Act and Community Water Enhancement Act will go before the Senate, and if approved, will provide tax credits for water efficient purchases and grants for rural water agencies.
A young man was taken into custody Monday afternoon after police officers responded to a report of narcotics activity in a residential neighborhood of northeast Stockton.
While conducting a police investigation in northwest Stockton late Monday afternoon, the Community Response Team came across two men in possession of marijuana for sale as well as a stolen, loaded handgun with an extended magazine, according to an official report.
Army veteran Johnny Brooks was drafted only three weeks after his 20th birthday, three weeks after marrying his high school sweetheart, Flora.
Farmington Fresh, a leading supplier of fresh cut apples to food service customers, recently acquired the assets of another Stockton company, Onions Etc., a packer and distributor serving retailers.
Cabrera's Guest Home, which operates three adult residential care homes in the Stockton area, has agreed to pay $90,829 in minimum wage and overtime back wages owed to employees, the U.S. Department of Labor recently reported.
Paul Sanfilippo, 38, a former Stockton Sunday school teacher who was arrested last week by local police and federal agents on suspicion of receiving and distributing child pornography throughout the United States and other countries, entered a not-guilty plea Monday during his arraignment in federal district court in Sacramento.