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Denning tip seals title for Lathrop girls at Stagg High
STOCKTON – Jasmine Denning tipped in a missed free throw for the Spartans (5-0) with 19 seconds left in the game Saturday for the one-point lead and teammate Mary Cotton deflected an inbounds pass in the final seconds to preserve the 60-59 win and give Lathrop the Stagg Tournament title for the seco
Pedestrian laying on tracks struck, killed by train
STOCKTON — A pedestrian laying on the railroad tracks was killed by a freight train traveling through Stockton early Monday morning, police reported. The fatality was the third this year in the vicinity of a city park frequented by homeless people.
6 accused in spree appear in court
STOCKTON — If all goes as scheduled, the preliminary hearing for six suspects in a gang-related crime spree that included three homicides will begin in less than a month. The suspects were in court Monday morning for a brief session before Judge Lauren Thomasson attended by, among others, the mother
Richi Pierce, 54 from Stockton Lost his Life in Motorcycle vs Tree Collision
Mokelumne Hill, CA..On December 9, at approximately 1415 hours, the Stockton Communications Center received a call of a traffic collision involving a solo motorcycle on State Route 26, near Sport Hill Road in the Mokelumne Hill area. Officers from the California Highway Patrol (CHP) San Andreas Area
Police appeal to trace missing teenager last seen in Stockton
Police are appealing to trace a missing teenager who was last seen in Stockton. Jacques Malakai, 15, was last seen on Saturday evening. It is believed he travelled to York on Sunday with friends and could still be in this area.
Better days ahead for downtown Stockton?
STOCKTON — The city’s downtown has been something of a punch line in recent decades, an urban center whose most distinguishing features have been boarded-up windows and empty storefronts.
Stockton Ports give fitting tribute to bull pen catcher who died in a car crash
STOCKTON — A Stockton Ports fan whose life was taken too soon will lay at his funeral, wearing his beloved catcher's uniform. 19-year-old Angel Munoz not only loved baseball, he lived baseball. It was his passion from age two.
Dixon thieves steal $10,000 in under 90 seconds
DIXON, Calif. — If viewing on the ABC10 app, click here for multimedia. In less than 90 seconds, two thieves managed to smash their way into a Stockton store and steal $10,000 worth of merchandise.
Traffic stop uncovers rolling drug lab, weapons and paraphernalia; 4 arrested
ESCALON — A minor traffic stop early Sunday led to a major headache for four Stocktonians. Just after midnight, an officer stopped a vehicle for an unspecified minor violation, according to a report.
Latino-led Valley groups to benefit from thousands in grants funds
Five central San Joaquin Valley organizations are set to get new funding from the Latino Community Foundation as part of what the foundation describes as “historic” investments.
3 dead in series of unrelated vehicle crashes
STOCKTON — Three people died in three unrelated solo vehicle crashes in recent days, according to the California Highway Patrol. Early Monday morning, the CHP was called to the scene of a vehicle that had driven off westbound Highway 4 just west of Interstate 5 in Stockton’s Port District, traveled
Recycling changes: Has City of Manteca tried to see what other cities are doing?
How much thought went into the “new” trash cart move? Do you remember how long it took the American people to start recycling their trash? We used to have the “use it — then throw it away” mentality. It took the longest time to change.
Stretch of Highway 50 will undergo concrete repairs all week, Caltrans says
Caltrans will close lanes all week on a stretch of eastbound Highway 50 as damaged concrete slabs are repaired, with night work continuing through Sunday. The repairs will close lanes between Stockton Boulevard and 65th Street, the agency said in a news release.
Housing in the Central Valley is changing. But not necessarily for the better.
The Central Valley is slowly becoming a society of renters. New numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau show that many counties have seen double-digit growth in renter-occupied households and only modest gains in homeownership — if not single-digit declines since 2011.
California mother drowns twin sons at motel where she was staying for free, police say
A California mother was arrested Thursday for allegedly drowning her twin 10-month-old sons at a motel where police had arranged for her to stay after she was removed from a shelter for causing a disturbance, authorities said.
Young Ports catcher remembered for love of game
STOCKTON — Angel Munoz was a baseball player known for his good glove, great enthusiasm and the joy he brought to the field. That love for the game will be honored by his family and friends as they say goodbye.
They were drunk, breaking into a home and then they fought with police, officers say
Two Modesto men were arrested over the weekend in Merced County after authorities said they assaulted police officers who were investigating an attempted break-in, police said in a news release.
Hilton Hotel in Stockton looking for more staff as signs are put in place
"Are you passionate, dedicated and full of Hamptonality? If so we want to hear from you." Those are the qualities you'll need if you want to work at a new Teesside hotel. The Hampton by Hilton hotel, which is set to open in Stockton next year, is advertising for three types of roles.
Dense fog advisory for San Joaquin Valley
FAIRFIELD (KRON) - The National Weather Service issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Carquinez Strait and Delta along with parts of San Joaquin Valley. The advisory is in effect until 11:00 a.m. Sunday.
Cantu: Expectations by some is mountains will move; reality dictates lesser movement
Let’s be honest. Many people never expected Ben Cantu to get elected as Manteca’s mayor. After five unsuccessful bids the Energizer Bunny of Manteca politics got elected. Come Tuesday shortly after 5 p.m. Cantu will be Manteca’s mayor.