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Why the iconic Micke Grove Zoo in Lodi is facing layoffs
The San Joaquin County Parks and Recreation Department declined comment. The director of the county's General Services Department, Marcia Cunningham, which oversees the parks and rec department, said she would only comment after next Tuesday's budget hearing.
Stockton police arrest gang members in homicides, other crimes
A nine-month investigation into a new subset of the Norteno gang resulted in the arrests of nearly a dozen people in connection with multiple homicides, several shootings and other crimes in Stockton and San Joaquin County, police said.
Caught on camera: Burglars steal from YMCA offices in Stockton
Employees told police about $10,000 to $12,000 worth of electronics and other items were stolen.
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So the question arises, do the suburbs maintain a semblance of the larger-than-life appeal of their more famous neighbor?
Suspects Con 90-Year-Old Stockton Man, Steal $3,000
Then things got weird. At one point the stranger followed the man into his home. Then, later on, the elderly man caught the salesman in his garage.
Lodi zoo staff cut, more cuts possible
PollIf you were to move to one of California’s neighboring states, which one would you choose?Total Votes:155
Burned Stockton Mattress Recycling Center Has History Of Code Violations, Documents Reveal
According to records obtained by FOX40, both the non-profit’s president and the property owners were cited at least seven times before the fire broke out on May 17 — violations for not obtaining the correct electrical permits, for not removing combustible materials and for not having the proper fenc
Police: Man Arrested After Suspected Street Race In Elk Grove
One of the cars would not pull over for the officer, police say, prompting a chase that lasted until Bruceville Road and Machado Ranch Drive. There, the driver got out but was later found hiding in a park and arrested.
Months-Long Stockton Gang Sweep Leads to 11 Arrests
“It’s unfair that they’re out there taking people’s lives, breaking families apart,” Inzunza said.
Lodi considers tent ban at city parks
Lodi officials are considering banning tents at city parks. City leaders said they've seen more people camping out, and they're leaving behind garbage, waste and hypodermic needles. The city said it wants to make the parks a place where everyone feels comfortable and safe, including families. Get th
Stockton ‘HUB’ offers helping hand to bicyclists
Helping cyclists in the city, that's what a center in Stockton is doing. It's helping people stay on the right track by fixing their bicycles for free.
Lodi dog park dilemma: Should big dogs be separated from smaller dogs?
PollIf you were to move to one of California’s neighboring states, which one would you choose?Total Votes:110
3 homicides, other violent crimes solved in Stockton gang investigation
The Stockton Police Department, along with other agencies, has concluded a nine-month-long criminal gang investigation into several shootings, including multiple homicides within the city of Stockton and San Joaquin County.
Manteca Police SWAT assists with arrest of Stockton gang suspects
With the help of the Manteca Police Department’s SWAT team, the Stockton Police Department completed a nine-month-long criminal investigation on June 15 into a new subset of Norteno gang members who were allegedly involved in several shootings, including multiple homicides and conspiracies within th
News Flash: Suisun police make 2 arrests linked to deadly November shooting
SUISUN CITY — Police arrested a Fairfield man and an Elk Grove man Tuesday in connection to the November shooting death of a Suisun City man in the parking lot of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on the 1200 block of Anderson Drive.Information developed by the Suisun City Police Department Investigations D
Possible Budget Cuts Worry Micke Grove Zoo Staff, Visitors
“If staff are overworked, they can make mistakes where they can lose their lives,” Mallapur said. “We have read in the newspapers how keepers have lost their lives.”
Backers of the Chalice Festival sue California cannabis regulators, Victorville over event permit
Organizers of one of the most popular marijuana festivals in California are suing the Bureau of Cannabis Control and the city of Victorville after both entities refused to issue permits for an upcoming event in San Bernardino County — a suit that could set the fate of big-scale cannabis events throu
Public's assistance is needed to identify suspect involved in a grand theft at Victoria Gardens
The suspect, described as being 5-feet-8 to 5-feet-10 with a medium build, was wearing a green polo shirt with white tennis shoes. The vehicle has black and yellow “Sus Amigo” paper plates on the front and rear of the vehicle.
Woman killed by apparent hit-and-run identified
The woman who died early Sunday morning after an apparent hit-and-run near Lowell Elementary School in Missoula was Rebecca Grace Romero, 22, originally of Stockton, California, Missoula County Sheriff and Coroner T.J. McDermott said Monday.Romero's Facebook page shows her studying at the Universit
Victorville woman arrested on suspicion of stabbing ex-husband
Rhonda Scheidt, 57, was arrested Monday in the stabbing a day earlier of a 49-year-old Victorville man in the 14400 block of Palmdale Road in Victorville, according to a San Bernardino County sheriff’s news release. She was taken into custody at a residence near the stabbing location, and deputies r