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When he returns to Stockton today, he's the headliner of “the biggest drag show in San Joaquin County” at the third annual Stockton Pride Festival, which runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Oak Grove Regional Park.
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San Joaquin County Supervisor Ken Vogel donated $125 and dumping a cup of ice over his head today, responding from Supervisor Carlos Villapudua's passing of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Thursday.
Eduardo Rosas Cruz, a 26-year-old who had been ordered arrested because he had a drug-resistant form of tuberculosis and was refusing treatment, was ordered released Friday, according to Deputy District Attorney Stephen Taylor.
STOCKTON – A prominent doctor accused of embezzlement is pleading her innocence, and her attorney predicts charges against his client will be dismissed at a preliminary hearing scheduled for late next month.
GREAT WEATHER TO GET OUTSIDE AND DO A BIKE TOUR. WHAT IS IN STORE? WE SHOULD SEE TEMPERATURES IS UP AND LITTLE BUT FROM A -- EASE UP A LITTLE BIT FROM YESTERDAY'S HIGHS.
Two more San Joaquin County communities are tightening the spigot on outdoor water use, making sure they're in compliance with emergency state regulations.
Donations are being sought for Robert Half's annual suit drive, which helps the Women's Center-Youth & Family Services' clients prepare for career success.
A feral kitten found in a rural area of San Joaquin County has tested positive for rabies, the first reported case of animal rabies in the county since 2011, public health officials said.
Ground spraying to combat adult mosquitoes, which may carry the potentially deadly West Nile virus, continues as the San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District tries to control them.
The Pacific Athletic Department has partnered with Pencils.com to provide necessary school supplies to students in San Joaquin County.
There were 66 bookings at the San Joaquin County Jail in the 24 hours ending at 8 a.m. Wednesday.
A COLLEGE STUDENT FROM SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY HAS CONTRACTED WEST NILE VIRUS. HE IS LUCKY TO BE ALIVE.
Watch report: NorCal student infected with West Nile virus When he was sick, one side of his face would tingle and he experienced bad headaches, he said.
Veterans and officials representing San Joaquin County planned to meet with Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald today at the regional hub for medical care for some 80,000 veterans living in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
AB 1471 and its $7.5 billion cost is an economic disaster and is not the answer to the state's future.
A South Dakota man and his daughter from California face kidnapping charges after allegedly locking the woman's husband in a grain bin in Iowa following a domestic dispute.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 11:57 am
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