District Attorney Thien Ho to hold town hall meeting in Elk Grove on February 27D.J. EatonNewsBreak Contributor
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Rapid Resolutions: Navigating the Maze of Selling Your Ugly House Fast in StocktonJames A. RiderNewsBreak Contributor
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Pedestrian struck, killed by San Joaquin County deputy near Stockton
SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY – A sheriff's deputy struck and killed a person who was on Highway 88 near Stockton late Sunday night, the department says. According to the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office, the deputy was heading eastbound on SR-88 when they ran into the person in the #1 lane near the Taco Bell at Piccoli Road. The deputy immediately called for help, jumped out and started trying to save the person's life. Medics later pronounced the person dead, the sheriff's office says. The sheriff's office noted that the deputy was on patrol at the time of the incident, but not on a call. Highway 88 was closed for a time due to the incident investigation. However, early Monday morning, someone drove through the barricade. That person has since been identified and arrested by California Highway Patrol. The sheriff's office, CHP, and district attorney's office will all be investigating the original incident. Authorities have not yet released the name of the person who died.
Drive-thru pet pantry offers free kibble and pet supplies at Van Buskirk Park
STOCKTON, Calif. — Stockton Animal Shelter will set up a pet food pantry at Van Buskirk Park on Feb. 27, from 7 a.m. onwards. Volunteers will distribute pet food, treats, leashes, collars and bedding, among other pet supplies. The drive-thru will be open until supplies run out. This information...
Stockton's Pizza Trail: The 4 Pizzas You Need to Try Now
This piece features four remarkable pizzas you can find in Stockton. Have you had the chance to sample any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
🚨 Traffic Incident Closes SR-88/Waterloo Rd. at Piccoli Rd. in Stockton
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Stockton, CA. Local motorists are advised that SR-88/Waterloo Rd. in Stockton, CA, is currently closed in both directions at Piccoli Rd. due to a traffic incident. At this time, there is no estimated time of reopening (ETO). Drivers are encouraged to seek alternative routes to their destinations. For the most recent traffic and road closure updates, please visit https://t.co/KHwTwDD4mo or use the @Quickmap resource.
'Shortage of housing,' Grand View Village opens in downtown Stockton
Stockton residents recently moved into Grand View Village. The new 75 unit building at 240 E. Miner Ave. opened early February. It's a project by Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc., a non-profit developer in the Central Valley. "Very early on, we started our mission of developing affordable housing with...
Cleveland Elementary School in Stockton cleared after bomb threat, officials say
Class was in session at Cleveland Elementary School on Monday after school staff received a bomb threat in the early morning hours. School staff were notified of the threat before students arrived to campus, according to Melinda Meza, a spokesperson for the Stockton Unified School District. Law enforcement searched the...
Lathrop's new police chief speaks about plans for the department
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The city of Lathrop officially has a new police chief. Chief Stephen Sealy was already filling in as interim chief before his appointment last week. As the new head of law enforcement in the city, he spoke with KCRA 3 about his plans for the future.
Campus continues to follow CDC COVID guidelines
In a recent COVID-19 update Delta will continue to follow Center of Disease Control (CDC) guidelines despite the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and Cal/OSHA decision to change these guidelines. New CDPH guidelines suggest the isolation period for those who tested positive be reduced to 24 hours minimum, and...
TBA, February 27 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Farmington High School basketball team will have a game with Littleton High School on February 27, 2024, 18:00:00 CST. ALWAYS WANTED TO DUNK LIKE A TOTAL BADASS, OR DEVELOP ROCK-SOLID WORK ETHIC....
Stockton motorcycle crash leaves 2 hurt
STOCKTON, Calif. — A Sunday morning crash left the passenger and driver of a motorcycle hurt, Stockton Police said. According to the Stockton Police Department, the crash was reported around 3:45 a.m. at El Dorado Street and Ponce De Leon Avenue. Investigators say a motorcycle crashed into a parked car.
Outbuilding fire in Oakdale under investigation
Modesto Fire Department said no one was hurt after a fire sparking in an Oakdale out building.
California dog survives days with its head stuck in a Biscotti bucket
WILTON – A doggie debacle: A Stockton-area pooch named Gracie got her head stuck in a Biscotti bucket for two weeks. Carol Eisenbrandt runs Wilton Animal Rescue and said she was alerted about the dog's problem via social media. "Tara Morrison in Stockton was the one who contacted us, and she said [Gracie came to her] every night, whether or not she could eat," Eisenbrandt said. "But she noticed [the bucket] on her head around the sixth."The doggone dilemma: how to get Gracie help. So they watched her path of travel and set up two traps. The rescue was finally...
Significant Jazz Artists in Black History
STOCKTON- The month of February is known to feature the annually observed holiday, Black History Month. The main purpose of Black History Month is to commemorate important individuals and events in African American history. This event is observed by not only the United States, but countries such as Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. With this celebration comes the recognition of important black individuals in the artistic sphere. The most prominent black musicians were a part of a genre known as Jazz. This genre originated in African-American communities, particularly in New Orleans, Louisiana. This type of music created identity, originality and social unity between black musicians. What arises from the creation of this artform are prominent artists that expanded the music.
Boys Basketball Senior Spotlight
Stockton- Lincoln High’s boys’ basketball team is having an excellent season with a record of 21-5. With the last league games of the season upon us and the thrill of playoff games, it’s time to say goodbye to our 7 seniors who have helped lead the team to many victories and big moments.
Mountain House sees surge in population, looks to become San Joaquin County's next city
MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Calif. — It has its own college campus, parks and stores and it’s not even a city yet... but that could soon be changing with San Joaquin County voters expected to decide on if Mountain House should become a city. During the Primary Election March 5,...
San Joaquin County ups election security after former Lodi city councilmember's election fraud case
SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY - San Joaquin County is stepping up to secure votes after a former Lodi city leader was accused of stashing dozens of ballots at his home and using his email and phone number to register nearly 50 people.It was an election fraud case that stunned San Joaquin County. "He can no longer ever hold office in San Joaquin County again," San Joaquin County District Attorney Ron Freitas said about Shakir Kahn.Khan, a former Lodi city councilman, pleaded no contest last month to a long list of felony counts, including 14 charges that he fraudulently cast votes and...
Noodle Nirvana in Stockton: The Top 5 Bowls to Savor
Welcome to this article where we explore five remarkable noodle spots in Stockton. Have you had the chance to try any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Always in Season: Pacific’s Tennis Teams
Unlike other collegiate sports, Pacific’s men's and women's tennis teams are always preparing for their next match!. Most collegiate sports are confined to playing one season a year: Fall, Winter, or Spring. Some teams’ pre-season and post-season will bleed into the next, but even this is a rarity. Because of this, many college athletes have a season of the year off, or at least reduce their training hours for part of the year. This enables them to pursue other goals, take personal time, recover mentally and physically, and find balance in both training and the scheduling of their calendar year. This time is well-deserved, as the season takes a toll like none other on athletes—especially when they are on the road—while also balancing a challenging academic load. However, there is a team at the University of the Pacific that does not fit this norm. Both the Pacific Tigers men’s and women’s tennis seem to always be in season, and there are key components of these programs that enable these athletes to continue seeking the fulfillment of their full athletic potential.
Another New Costco: 3rd New California Store of 2024 Coming in June
Costco has been very busy in North Central California so far this year. 2 new stores in the Sacramento area are slated to open soon. The first to open will be the Natomas location, scheduled for March. Another in Loomis will have its opening in April.
Lincoln Boys Varsity Wins 1st Round of Playoffs
Stockton- On Wednesday February 14th, Lincoln secured a win against Laguna Creek to send them to the second round of playoffs. With a competitive game the whole night, Lincoln fought hard throughout the ups and downs of the game. Starting off the first quarter, emotions were high. This game was...