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The bankrupt city of Stockton has gone public with its Plan of Adjustment - that is, who gets skinned for $1.1 billion in debt and who does not.
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A Modesto man recalls what he saw and felt when he came across a wreck in which a toddler was ejected from a vehicle.
There's less than a week left in the Readers Photo Challenge assignment: Wildflowers.
A man was arrested in south Stockton for firing a gun numerous times in a residential area Monday night, according to police.
Fifty-six of California's best spellers compete Saturday for the title of state champion at the San Joaquin Office of Education Wentworth Education Center, 2707 Transworld Dr. Patrick Caldwell, a Ripon Elementary sixth-grader, and Amelia Ellison, a sixth-grade student from Vinewood School in Lodi, will representing San Joaquin County.
The city's Cultural Heritage Board is seeking nominations for the 2014 Captain Weber and Glenn Allen awards.
Late Sunday night, police got a tip on a suspicious person around the Wesleyan Evangelical Church in east Stockton.
The San Joaquin County Coroner's Office identified Zachariah Gomez, 14, of Manteca as the boy who was killed by a vehicle early Saturday while walking with three others along Highway 120 near Comconex Road.
A Stockton man accused of critically injuring his 11-month-old foster daughter appeared in San Joaquin County Superior Court on Monday.
"Among the problems for Judge Klein if he looks at whether the Stockton exit plan might lead to a second bankruptcy: Future pension costs, varying with investment earnings and other factors, are difficult to predict with much precision.
"Gene Acevedo understands our community, is goal-driven, and will start his first day on the council with the experience necessary to move Stockton forward," Eggman in a written statement.
On Saturday, the organization's Lifelines to Healing program will convene at 10 a.m. at Central United Methodist Church, 3700 Pacific Ave., across from University of the Pacific.
Police arrested three occupants of a stolen vehicle about 9:41 p.m. Sunday near the Waterfront Warehouse in downtown Stockton.
This will be my last Asparagus Festival, since I was just reunited with kids I haven't been with, or seen, for 41 years.
The public will have a chance to weigh in on a proposed dual immersion/International Baccalaureate charter school in the Stockton Unified School District on Tuesday night.
Stockton celebrates asparagus now, but back in the 1950s, the San Joaquin County district attorney almost prosecuted asparagus growers for creating a public nuisance.