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Stockton, California is located in San Joaquin County. Zip codes in Stockton, CA include 95212, 95202, and 95203. The median home price in Stockton is $211,700 which is roughly $115/per square foot. More Stockton information.

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2 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Man released after questioning in fatal July bank robbery in Stockton

A security guard sits in front of the Bank of the West branch on Thornton Rd. in Stockton that was robbed Wednesday by three men who took three hostages. Two suspects and a hostage were killed after a shootout with police.

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3 hrs ago | News10.net

What voter-approved sales tax is funding in Stockton

When Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones announced the hiring of 10 more officers Tuesday, it was the first time officers had been hired What voter-approved sales tax is funding in Stockton STOCKTON, CA - When Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones announced the hiring of 10 more officers Tuesday, it was the first time officers had been hired Check out this story on news10.net: http://on.news10.net/1u4yqPa STOCKTON - When Stockton Chief of Police Chief Eric Jones announced the hiring of 10 more officers Tuesday, it was the first time officers had been hired with funding from a voter-approved sales tax hike. Measure A sales tax revenue allowed the city to pay for another 120 officers.

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4 hrs ago | RecordNET

Spooktacular Movie Night at Weber Point is Oct. 10

STOCKTON - The Stockton Community Service Department is hosting its second annual Spooktacular Movie Night at West Point on Friday, Oct. 10. In addition to being the final movie of the Movies at the Point series that started this summer, it will be a kickoff to the celebration of Halloween. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., and the movie "Haunted Mansion" will begin at dusk.

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8 hrs ago | RecordNET

Two assaulted, shot in parking lot

The incident occurred at 9:50 p.m. in the 1000 block of North Wilson Way near East Acacia Street. One of the assailants began hitting one of the victims, then one of his accomplices pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the second victim, who attempted to knock the gun away, according to a report.

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11 hrs ago | RecordNET

Deportation delay allows brother to donate kidney

His brother, Touch Hak, who had been in a Texas detention center facing imminent deportation to Cambodia, now will be allowed by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, to remain in this country for at least one year. The ruling is expected to enable 37-year-old Touch to donate one of his kidneys to 45-year-old Puthy.

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16 hrs ago | RecordNET

Man robbed at gunpoint by three people Posted at

STOCKTON - A man at South Union and Lafayette streets around 3 this morning was robbed at gunpoint, police said. The man was walking north on South Union to a friend's house when three men accosted him.

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20 hrs ago | RecordNET

New Humphreys president has a familiar name Updated at

Robert Humphreys Sr., the grandson of the college's founder, will retire as president by the end of next academic year after nearly 35 years in the position, school officials said. Stepping into his shoes will be his son, Robert Humphreys Jr., who has been selected by the board of trustees to take over.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

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Long road to creation of Filipino museum nearly over

The vision through two decades has been the establishment of a museum honoring and chronicling the struggles and successes of Stockton's Filipino community. Exhibits for the museum are hidden for the moment in two storage units in north Stockton.

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Alice Cooper to make Stockton return

Alice Cooper, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the inventor of shock-rock during the 1970s, returns to Stockton on Nov. 25. Cooper, now opening for Motley Crue on its “farewell” tour, brings his band and once-outrageous act to the Bob Hope Theatre. It's his third Stockton appearance since June 15, 1977.

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Cheers to singer, leader; jeers to criminal element

Last weekend was the 200th anniversary of when Francis Scott Key penned the Star Spangled Banner. He would have been proud of what LaTrice Hutchings did a few days earlier.

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Teen who drove car that took 3 robbers to violent heist is arrested

A Stockton police officer investigates the scene after a vehicle involved in a suspected bank robbery was stopped in the Northern California city. Three women were taken hostage by the alleged robbers; two were shot and thrown or leaped from the getaway vehicle, the other was killed.

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New arrest made in Bank of the West offered; $5,000 reward added Updated at

Also on Monday, Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones announced an additional $5,000 reward in the case and put out a request for help in bringing in a 21-year-old person of interest wanted for questioning. A 16-year-old boy was arrested last Thursday on suspicion of being an accessory after the fact and assorted gang charges.

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Teen accused as accessory in California bank heist

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Santa's sleigh a hot rod at Toys for Tots event

For the 18th year, Chase Chevrolet in Stockton hosted the annual Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Car Show featuring the gamut from custom rods to classic Ford Mustangs to shiny chrome-plated, customized bicycles. All the free show asked of attendees was that they drop off a new, unwrapped toy at the Marine Corps Reserve booth, and by noon, many of the boxes were overflowing with stuffed animals, toy cars and puzzles.

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Briefs -- Published Sept. 15, 2014

The club meets from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesdays at the Chavez Library, 605 N. El Dorado St. STOCKTON - Parents and guardians of children diagnosed on the autism spectrum in San Joaquin Country can now apply for grant funding of up to $500 per year through the Carlos Vieira Foundation. The grant program offers direct assistance to Valley residents by providing educational tools, medical necessities, electronics and other products and services that help a child diagnosed with autism to flourish.

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Fitz's Stockton: Wilson Way just a stage for this guy's all-out antics

Nothing against Wilson Way, but it's not the happiest place on earth. Except, perhaps, at the corner of Wilson and Miner, where the Wilson Way Sign Guy works.

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Five people shot, one killed in Stockton neighborhood Posted at

Two of the victims were girls ages 3 and 11. Stockton homicide detectives are looking into whether or not the two incidents, one at 2:15 a.m. and the other at 8:53 p.m., are related, but they hadn't disclosed any connections as of Sunday afternoon, according to Police Department spokesman Officer Joe Silva. What Silva could reveal Sunday was that the 27-year-old victim of the homicide, the 34th investigated by police this year, was a documented gang member.

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Stockton man working to assemble Latino veterans exhibit for November

Contact: Michael Villanueva at 957-5133 or at mavjav@comcast.net . Contact the Mexican Heritage Center at 944-4522 or at mexicanheritage1@att.net The one-time state correctional officer has turned to detective work in retirement, launching his own personal crusade to find and to honor San Joaquin County's Latino military veterans.

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Stockton family concerned woman's killer will be released

More so the upcoming hearing on Oct. 30, given that the parole board has previously approved his release. Gov. Jerry Brown reversed the board's decision in 2011.

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Wastewater bond rating on the rise

Two ratings services, Fitch and Standard & Poor's, recently upgraded their ratings of the waste-water bonds from BBB to A-minus with a stable outlook. The news is especially noteworthy given that Stockton is struggling to exit Chapter 9 bankruptcy, City Manager Kurt Wilson said last week. “Obviously, upgrading the city of Stockton with respect to credit while we're in bankruptcy wasn't something they took lightly,” Wilson said.

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