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Man, 50, Dies After Shooting At Stockton Park

STOCKTON (CBS13) – A 50-year-old man has died after a shooting at a Stockton park late Friday morning. Stockton police say officers responded to the 5400 block of Cosumnes Drive just after 10 a.m. to investigate reports of a person shot. There, officers found a man at Spanos Park who had been shot at least once. That man was soon pronounced dead at the scene, police say. Homicide detectives have taken over the investigation. No motive or suspect information has been released at this point. The name of the man killed has also not yet been released.
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Sheriff’s office: Man confesses to child molestation, ends 17-month investigation

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL) — A 17-month child molestation investigation came to end this week when a 43-year-old man confessed to deputies, according to the San Joaquin Sheriff’s Office.  Andrew Close, of Stockton, was arrested Wednesday after 11 a.m. after confessing to detectives of molesting three separate victims, the sheriff’s office said. Close was […]
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Fatal Motorcycle Accident on 26 Mile Road Near Woodward Reservoir

CHP traffic officers in Stanislaus County reported that a man from Oakdale was killed in a recent motorcycle crash near Woodward Reservoir. The incident took place on the evening of Monday, June 27, 2022, on 26 Mile Road, just south of Dunn Ranch Road. Details on the Motorcycle Crash That...

Stockton Police investigating homicide in park on Cosumnes Drive

STOCKTON, Calif. (KTXL) — The Stockton Police Department said it was investigating a homicide in a park on Cosumnes Drive Friday. Police said that offices responded to a call around 10 a.m. of a person shot. Stockton Police said officers found a 50-year-old male with at least one gunshot wound who died of his injuries […]

Young Slo-Be’s Southeast Mentality

Blue Chips is a monthly rap column that highlights exceptional rising rappers. To read previous columns, click here. Young Slo-Be is likely older than his peers in Stockton, California’s burgeoning rap scene, but he slyly refuses to reveal his age. “I tell people [my age] all the time,” Slo-Be says over the phone, his smirk practically audible before he delivers the canned punchline: “I’m 2100.”

Bond for accused Stockton child predator set at $31.5 million

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, Calif. — A Stockton man is in custody and facing over three dozen felony charges after a 17-month-long investigation. According to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, the investigation began in Jan. 2021 when deputies were told two victims had been abused by 43-year-old Ruben Close.

Stockton man confesses to molesting 3 children after arrest

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, Calif. — A Stockton man accused of molesting three children has been arrested after a 17-month-long investigation, authorities said. Ruben Andrew Close, 43, was taken into custody on Wednesday around 11 a.m., the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office said in a release on Thursday. Investigators said...

Former Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs discusses affordability in California

(INSIDE CALIFORNIA POLITICS) — Michael Tubbs, the former mayor of Stockton and current special advisor to Gov. Gavin Newsom for economic mobility and opportunity, joined Inside California Politics co-host Nikki Laurenzo to discuss affordability in California. The discussion came on the heels of the first hearing for California’s Select Committee on Poverty and Economic Inclusion.

Lodi’s Little Rascals by Rita Hill

Lodi Community Art Center's featured artist for July is Rita Hill. Her photographs, inspired by “The Little Rascals”, will go on display for the July 2nd Art Hop and remain up throughout the month of July. Check out her work here. Rita Hill has over 35 years of...
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New Business Spotlight: Gold Rush Tour Co. explores best of the Mother Lode

When Morgan Gace left her position as CEO of the Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce last year, she hadn’t planned on starting a business. Her plans quickly evolved, however, and she suddenly found herself in the position to pursue something she always wanted to do. Gace and her husband decided to create Gold Rush Tours, a unique tour company that utilizes Gace’s connections and passion for supporting small businesses while giving locals and visitors a one-of-a-kind experience.

Need a big handsome boy to love? Brownie is looking for a best friend to cuddle

Breed: Newfoundland, pit bull terrier, Boston terrier mix. About Brownie: Need a big handsome boy to love? Meet Brownie! He’s a 100% love bug who thinks he’s a lap dog. (Please have a cozy couch to snuggle on.) Like most puppies born during COVID quarantine he is shy with strangers, but once he’s comfortable he will be your best friend. He has a happy face and eyes that shine. He is friendly but shy with other dogs and avoids cats. He loves to walk and behaves well on the leash, and LOVES car rides! He loves toys and needs the durable KONG type. He is waiting for you!

Arnold’s Independence Day Parade This Saturday

The Greater Arnold Business Association (GABA) will host the Arnold Independence Day Parade this Saturday, July 2nd, starting at 10 a.m. on Highway 4 in Arnold. Parade Chairman Linda Baker was Friday’s KVML “Newsmaker of the Day”. This patriotic celebration draws an exuberant crowd, numbering eight thousand...

Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident Involving Tesla Near Farmington

Officials in San Joaquin County reported a fatal motorcycle crash near the Farmington area on the afternoon of Sunday, June 26, 2022. The accident took place around 3:00 p.m. on Escalon-Bellota Road in the vicinity of Gawne Road, according to CHP traffic officers. Details on the Fatal Motorcycle Crash Near...
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Wallace Post Office may be world's tiniest traveling museum

Tiny homes have been all the rage in recent years, but have you ever heard of a tiny mobile museum? Historian, journalist, and author Sal Manna of the Society for the Preservation of West Calaveras History (SPWCH) thinks Calaveras’ newest museum inside the former Wallace post office may just be the tiniest on record. The entire 36 sp. ft. structure sits on a utility trailer, so not only is it tiny, it’s mobile, too.