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Victim hit and killed by teenage suspect after police chase, identified

STOCKTON, Calif. — The San Joaquin County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified 37-year-old Reginald Hill, of Stockton, as the man killed when a 15-year-old suspect allegedly crashed into his car while evading police Sunday. An officer with the Stockton Police Department was helping San Joaquin County sheriff’s deputies...
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3 Lodi students hospitalized from 'One Chip Challenge'

LODI, Calif. — At least three Lodi High School students have been hospitalized after participating in a social media trend called the "One Chip Challenge," according to district spokeswoman Chelsea Vongehr. The challenge encourages people to eat a chip covered in pepper and hot sauce. Lodi High School Principal...
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Popular fast food restaurant finally makes its way to the Bay Area.

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Hi guys and Welcome to Ellie Adventures! Did you know Raising Cane’s is opening up a new location at Berkeley, CA? We took a scenic drive to the Raising Cane’s restaurant in Manteca, CA as a preview of what to expect when the new one opens up in Berkeley, CA. The food they serve includes chicken fingers with their legendary sauce, Texas toast, and crinkle-cut fries. We’re excited for the first Bay Area location opening this summer. We hope you enjoyed this video and continue to follow us for more adventures around the Bay Area. See you guys next time!

Stockton day care temporarily closes as COVID-19 sickens kids, staff

STOCKTON, Calif. — A Stockton day care had to temporarily close after a staff member and five children tested positive for COVID-19. But this is not the facility's first closure in recent years. Tanya Andrews, owner and director of LeakyLee BeariBear DayCare, said she's closed the day care three...

Manteca Unified School District reports record number of COVID-19 cases

MANTECA, Calif. (KTXL) — The Manteca Unified School District reported record high COVID-19 cases for both students and staff as cases of the omicron variant are surging throughout San Joaquin County.  District spokeswoman Victoria Brunn said a record high of 185 total positive cases were reported last week. Of that number, 109 students and 76 teachers and other staff members […]
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Harder out, Gray in — how Democrats’ jockeying affects Stanislaus voters

Tuesday’s round of musical chairs by Democratic politicians running for Congress should grab the attention of Stanislaus County voters. The big switch has Rep. Josh Harder deciding to run for the Stockton-centric Ninth District instead of the 13th District, which includes west Modesto and part of Turlock and runs all the way through Merced and Madera counties into Fresno County. The new front-runner there is Adam Gray, who has represented the heart of that district for the past decade in the California Assembly.

Fatality in Rio Vista Crash a Santa Rosa Woman

A Santa Rosa woman has been identified as the person who died in a multiple-vehicle pile-up Rio Vista. The crash happened Saturday morning on Highway 12 and Highway 160 on “the Sacramento County side” of the Rio Vista Bridge. Six vehicles were involved, killing 72-year-old Linda Martinez-Harper. She suffered serious injuries and was taken to NorthBay Medical Center in Fairfield, where she died from her injuries. The investigation into the crash is ongoing but the area was reported to have heavy fog at the time of the incident. It’s unclear whether anyone else involved was injured.

Woman killed, man hurt in Stockton shooting, police say

STOCKTON, Calif. — A woman was killed and a man was hurt in a Stockton shooting over the weekend, officials said Monday. Officers are investigating it as a homicide. The shooting happened Saturday around 8:20 p.m. in the 2600 block of East Marsh Street off of East Main Street and South Filbert Street, the Stockton Police Department said in a release. There, officers found a 32-year-old man and 31-year-old woman with gunshot wounds.

Argument Preceded Shooting That Left Man, Woman Hurt In Elk Grove; Suspect Still Sought

ELK GROVE (CBS13) — Investigators have now released more information on the shooting that happened in an Elk Grove neighborhood over the weekend and left two people hurt. Elk Grove police say officers responded to the 8700 block of Heathermist Way just before 8 p.m. to investigate a reported shooting. At the scene, officers found two shooting victims – a man and a woman. Both the man and woman had suffered multiple gunshot wounds, officers say. First aid was started immediately by officers until medics took over and rushed the part to the hospital. Police believe there was some sort of argument outside of a residence between the man who was shot and another man. At some point during the argument, the suspect pulled out a gun and started shooting. The suspect was last seen leaving the area in a vehicle, but no details about the suspect – including their name and a description of their vehicle – have been released at this point. As of Tuesday, police say both the man and woman who were shot are in stable condition.

Twins motivate each other to lose weight, develop healthy habits

After Shannon Mariano saw a picture of herself with her family, she was sad. She didn’t like how she looked and believed the photos would look better without her. “I went through a really painful moment for me looking at the pictures of my own family. I wished that I hadn’t been in them,” the 33-year-old stay-at-home mom from Tracy, California, told TODAY. “It caused me to look at my purpose.”

Shots Fired In Stockton Leads To 2 Arrests

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Two men were arrested after multiple gunshots were fired in a Stockton neighborhood, police said Monday. According to the Stockton Police Department, reports of shot fired came in at around 3 a.m. Sunday from the area of Hammer Lane and Heather Drive. Responding officers located and stopped a Dodge Durango that was driving west on Hammer Lane. Stockton police said a passenger in the vehicle was spotted tossing a pistol out onto the sidewalk. Once the vehicle was stopped, a search of it uncovered two rifles with 50 round drum magazines and three handguns — two of which were stolen, police said. Phillip Taylor, 36, and Ryan Taylor, 32, were arrested and face multiple weapons charges. No injuries were reported.

YBCBD Honors Dugoni School for Excellence in Community Service

A downtown San Francisco civic organization has awarded the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry with a Community Excellence Award for Community Engagement, recognizing the school’s many forms of community outreach and support over the past year. The Yerba Buena Community Benefit District bestowed the honor during a virtual...

Traffic Fatality Reported in Rio Vista Six-Vehicle Accident

Highway 12 Accident Involving Multiple Vehicles Causes Fatality. A traffic fatality was reported in Rio Vista on January 15 as a result of a six-vehicle accident. The multiple-vehicle collision occurred at about 9:00 a.m. along Highway 12 close to Highway 160, according to the Rio Vista Police Department. Emergency responders with the Rio Vista Fire Department and the Montezuma Fire Protection District responded to the accident.