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San Joaquin County Sheriff Steve Moore announced today that he intends to run for a third term as sheriff in the June 2014 primary election.
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Thursday symbolized a new beginning for the 207 individuals who graduated from the Superior Court of San Joaquin County's drug court program.
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A San Joaquin County Superior Court judge on Thursday ruled against prominent Delta landowner Dino Cortopassi in his five-year quest to force state officials to dredge the Mokelumne River along his Canal Ranch property.
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An employee of a Lathrop convenience store was prepping food for the day when two men entered the store early Wednesday morning.
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Even before April 27, when 8-year-old Leila Fowler was fatally stabbed in her home near Valley Springs, the Fowler family had troubles.
A California agency on Thursday unanimously adopted a broad, long-range plan to manage the ailing Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta.
There were 91 bookings at the San Joaquin County Jail in the 24 hours ending at 8 a.m. Wednesday.
California's health exchange has awarded $37 million in grants to educate up to 9 million consumers about the Affordable Care Act, with most of the funding going to outreach plans targeting a dozen or more counties.
It may be a sign of the times, but the roster of employers was up and job seeker demand - at least judging by the lack of a line at the door - was down at Tuesday's annual San Joaquin County WorkNet job fair.
A former employee turned critic of county Child Welfare Services says the agency isn't doing enough to bring in grant money.
Hundreds of law professionals gathered Tuesday to honor District Attorney James Willett, recipient of the San Joaquin County Bar Association's 2013 Law Day award, in somewhat of a precursor party to his future retirement.
The Sacramento Employment and Training Agency and University of California Davis Center for Reducing Health Disparities are $1 million winners in Covered California's outreach and education grant award program.
The 80 are this year's Pinnacle Award winners, representing the top 1 percent of the area's senior class.
Realignment has produced some horror stories. Dustin Cahoon is not one of them. He's taking full advantage of the chance to get on the straight and narrow.
There were 55 bookings at the San Joaquin County Jail in the 24 hours ending at 8 a.m. Monday.
A 21-year-old woman is lying in a hospital bed with an inoperable bullet lodged between her lungs and back, one of three gunshot wounds she suffered early Sunday while dropping off a friend in the French Camp area, according to the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office.