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A half-century later, Delta water bypass still just a notion

I first heard the term "peripheral canal" more than 40 years ago, during a forum of state water officials in Stockton. It came from the lips of William Gianelli, who had returned to his birthplace to tout a canal to carry Sacramento River water around the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to the head of

FRESNO BEE - 2017-09-24 07:01:00

Our view: Silva's long record of unfitness

The case continues to mount against former Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva. The voluminous grand jury transcript provides a list of allegations that, quite frankly, paint a disturbing picture. It's more than the hundreds of thousands of dollars prosecutors allege have been misused for items such as: C

RECORD - 2017-09-23 19:54:00

Fitzgerald: From Hong Kong, a Stockton native's novel

An email arrives from Hong Kong. Samuel Ferrer, a Stockton native, writes he has authored a book; he is the first-ever non-Asian nominated for Asia's prestigious Man Asian Literary Prize. "I'm inquiring if it might be possible to get some kind of feature interview in the Stockton Record," Ferrer wri

RECORD - 2017-09-23 20:01:00

Cooperating Witnesses A Bright Spot In Otherwise Violent Stockton Summer

STOCKTON (CBS13) - It was a violent summer for the City of Stockton, where crime comparison numbers show the community experienced more aggravated assault, robbery and homicide cases in August compared to July. Stockton police say improving public safety and building stronger relationships with the

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-09-22 05:52:00

Animal shelter achieves its X-ray vision

STOCKTON - One recent day, a stray 1-year-old terrier mix turned up at the Stockton Animal Shelter, an adorable potential pet for somebody, aside from the undiagnosed injury to one of his front legs. In the past, after the animal had been accepted into the shelter, a technician would have had to del

RECORD - 2017-09-22 23:13:22

A Month Later, Stockton Family Still Searches for Answers after Deadly Hit & Run

STOCKTON -- A month after 19-year-old Nickolas Sansing was killed in a hit and run in Stockton, his family is still searching for answers. The driver was never found. "My brother, he didn't deserve any of this," Sansing's sister, Christina Hutchings, told FOX40.com Sansing was riding his bike to a f

FOX40 - 2017-09-22 01:58:08

Magic Men Live will entertain crowds at Bob Hope Theatre

Magic Men Live has taken their new "Magic Mike"-style production - and chiseled abs - on the road, and they'll be stopping in Stockton. "We're excited to be coming back to Stockton," said emcee Myles Hass, who developed the racy show. "We had a great time last time and are excited to give the ladies

LODI NEWS-SENTINEL - 2017-09-23 18:00:00

Annual STEM event encourages girls to expand their horizons

STOCKTON - Christina Booker sat on the edge of her chair tinkering with the Legos scattered in front of her as two of her teammates discussed how the robot was supposed to come together. "This thing goes something like that," the 11-year-old told them, holding a piece of Lego over the top of the rob

RECORD - 2017-09-24 00:36:27

Community Comes Together After Stockton Park is Vandalized

STOCKTON -- The park on Kelley Drive in north Stockton is more than a playground, swing set and basketball court. "When you hurt a park, you hurt our kids," Councilman Dan Wright said. It's the result of city leaders, businesses and community members, rallying together after an act of vandalism. "So

FOX40 - 2017-09-22 01:15:45

Modesto store gives back, a windfall for community food bank

Alex Bartlett is an iron worker by trade, but he's a food bank volunteer when he's off. "A lot of food goes out to the kids. It's nice to help out every once in awhile," said Bartlett. The Second Harvest Food bank warehouse in Manteca holds 11,000 square feet of food and staffed by 20 workers and vo

ABC10.COM - 2017-09-23 01:03:50

Making music with his camera

STOCKTON - Fans of country and rockabilly music are likely familiar with the talents of Marty Stuart, who at age 13 went on tour with bluegrass legend Lester Flatt. Forty-five years later, Stuart still is recording music and hitting the road to perform with his own band, Marty Stuart and His Fabulou

RECORD - 2017-09-22 20:19:28

While Stockton City Hall Plan Passes, Businessman Points To Damaged Sidewalks

STOCKTON (CBS13) - On a week where the Stockton City Council approved spending $25 million on a new city hall, a local businessman says it should also spend money to fix its sidewalks that are in disrepair. "So there's plenty of cracks going on here," Jacob Benguerel said. Benguerel showed off the w

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-09-22 06:17:00

Vandalized Stockton park reopens after 3 months

The park was closed 3 months ago because of vandalism. Officials also plan to expand the park. The Stockton Rotary Club is donating money to build an amphitheater. Get the full story in the video above. The park was closed 3 months ago because of vandalism. Officials also plan to expand the park.

KCRA.COM - 2017-09-22 02:02:00

There's no movie like this movie

Tom Conner is a Facebook friend with Mitzi Gaynor, comments on her posts, and she often "likes" what he shares. The Stockton movie buff who runs the films for Friends of the Fox classic film series will finally get to run one with her in it when 1954's "There's No Business Like Show Business" screen

RECORD - 2017-09-22 01:24:49

Skydiving centers face new state penalties under law shaped by Lodi death

A deadly accident at the Lodi Parachute Center shaped a law Gov. Jerry Brown signed Saturday that allows the state to fine and jail operators of skydiving companies if uncertified instructors lead tandem jumps. Assemblywoman Susan Talamantes Eggman, D-Stockton, proposed the bill as a response to the

SACRAMENTO BEE - 2017-09-23 23:57:00

Gallo Center, proving skeptics wrong for 10 years, invites you to its birthday party

They built it, and many have come. So this weekend, Modesto's Gallo Center for the Arts will open its doors to the public to celebrate a decade of success that some doubted possible and others outright scoffed at back when the downtown venue was proposed. A free 10-year anniversary open house will b

MODESTO BEE - 2017-09-24 00:44:00

Drinks, food, music, fun - region's ready for fall

Can you feel it? That early morning chill in the air? The cool breeze on the patio as the sun starts to set? Sure, the heat's still on in the Valley in the afternoons, but you can sense the winds of seasonal change coming. October brings a feeling that fall actually is in the air. It also brings a b

MODESTO BEE - 2017-09-24 00:44:00

Hungry for tri-tip? Vintage Faire Mall getting popular Northern California BBQ chain

Hey, Modesto, do you like tri-tip? Sorry, silly me, that's like asking if you like kittens and puppies and sunshine. Of course you like tri-tip (vegetarian and vegan friends excluded, but gosh you're missing out). So it only stands to reason that you're going to be pretty excited to hear the Buckhor

MODESTO BEE - 2017-09-23 23:54:00

Trees and People: Overlooked tree cable systems

After a recent high school reunion, I got together with a good friend I had not seen in many years. When I visited with him and his wife at their home in Sacramento, he took the opportunity to ask me one of those "well, since you are here, can you look at my tree?" questions. I get a lot of those an

NAPA VALLEY REGISTER - 2017-09-22 21:48:00

Liberty High School homecoming 2017 parade route

The Liberty High School homecoming parade will begin this evening at 6:00p.m. in downtown Brentwood. According to Liberty High School officials, the parade route will come down First Street starting at Birch St., and then turn up Maple to Second and then turn left onto Second out to Brentwood Blvd a

THEPRESS.NET - 2017-09-22 18:16:00