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Trump Plans to Cancel $929 Million for California Bullet Train, Wants State to Pay Back $2.5 Billion

The Trump administration plans to cancel $929 million in U.S. money for California's beleaguered high-speed rail project and wants the state to return an additional $2.5 billion it's already spent.


Papa Nino’s now open as newest Manteca pizzeria

Elias Nino enjoys seeing familiar faces at his new pizzeria, sitting around while engaged in conversation. That’s part of the reason for opening Papa Nino’s in Manteca at the corner of Cottage and East Louise Avenue – former home to the Eight Dollar Pizza Truck.


Stockton man arrested in Lodi parking lot shooting

STOCKTON — An arrest has been made in a daytime shooting that occurred in a Lodi shopping center parking lot last week. Gerardo Esquivel was taken into custody Monday at around 3:10 p.m. in the area of Lower Sacramento Road and Ponce De Leon Avenue in north Stockton after he was seen in a vehicle.


Experts say rare mega-storm to hit California will be 3 times as damaging as San Andreas earthquake

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - A warning for California: get ready for the "other big one." That's what scientists are calling the rare mega-storm, which is predicted to cause three times as much damage as a major earthquake that would hit along the San Andreas Fault.



Manteca High’s small gym could be converted into the new campus administration complex. It is just one of the options being considered to stretch the $40 million Manteca Unified has available to modernize the 99-year-old campus and situate it to handle enrollment growth.


Beyer girls have reason to hold heads high after playoff loss to Sierra

The Beyer High girls soccer team fell 3-0 to Sierra in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III semifinal on Tuesday in Manteca. Freshman forward Leah O'Brien and coach Ryan Leonetti put the defeat in perspective after the game.


3 men shot dead at California home in upscale, gated community; homicide investigation launched

Authorities are investigating the deaths of three men who were shot and killed inside a California home located in a gated community Monday. Los Angeles fire officials discovered the men’s bodies inside the Porter Ranch house after someone “associated with the people inside the house” called 911 and


Sierra High hosts MUSD’s 2nd Punjabi club

Sierra High is the second school in the district with a Punjabi club. The first club was launched several years ago at Manteca High. Muskan Saini began the Sierra High chapter with the intentions of representing a diverse group of people and sharing her love of Bhangra dancing.


New California bill could eliminate speed limit on I-5, Highway 99

A new bill proposed by a Southern California senator could eliminate the speed limit on lanes of Interstate-5 and Highway 99. Senator John Moorlach (R-Orange County) introduced the bill Feb. 15. It proposes the construction of two additional northbound and southbound lanes to I-5 and Highway 99 and


Victim of fatal shooting outside Modesto bar identified

Police have identified the man shot and killed outside a north Modesto bar and billiards hall Sunday night as Thomas Hinchman, 22. The shooting was reported about 9 p.m. at the CR2 Bar and Billiards in a strip mall on the southeast corner of Oakdale Road and Sylvan Avenue.


California lawmaker proposes building new lanes on 2 major highways with no speed limit

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - A California lawmaker wants to build new lanes on two highways -- with no speed limit. Senator John Moorlach says it's all in an effort to cut back on air pollution and greenhouse gases.


Gov. Newsom Reacts To CBSLA’s Kimberly Long Investigation

LONG BEACH (CBSLA) — Kimberly Long was convicted for the 2003 murder of her boyfriend Ozzie Conde. Ozzie was beaten to death. There was blood splattered all over the room — on the walls, the TV, the drapes, the carpet and the furniture.


Bitter cold blankets Southern California, with a new storm just around the corner

Southern California went from very wet to very cold Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service had issued a freeze warning for parts of the Southland, and near-freezing temperatures were recorded across the region.


Federal tax changes could be why California’s budget is more than $2 billion below projections

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s hopes for a record-setting tax revenue windfall this year could depend on whether California’s wealthiest residents are simply waiting until the last moment to pay up — a reaction to the 2017 federal tax changes championed by President Trump.


Sixteen rescued from SeaWorld ride hanging over a California bay

Sixteen people were trapped for about four hours in gondolas hanging over a California bay on a chilly Monday night at SeaWorld San Diego after wind gusts tripped an electric circuit breaker, officials said.


Tents are up at new Modesto homeless camp under bridge, people could move in soon

Crews on Tuesday had erected about 150 tents at a site for a city and county-approved homeless encampment underneath the Ninth Street Bridge along the Tuolumne River in Modesto.


California’s Supreme Court has thrown cities — and citizens — into chaos over local taxes

The California Supreme Court has some explaining to do. Late last year, the city of Oakland put a new land parcel tax on the books, after 62 percent of voters turned out to boost funding for public education. Now a local business group is suing the city, arguing that the new tax needed two-thirds of


Trump Takes Aim At California On Twitter Over Border Emergency Lawsuit

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — President Donald Trump fired off two social media salvos aimed at California Tuesday after the state took the lead in a lawsuit challenging his declaration of a national emergency along the border with Mexico.


18 trillion gallons of rain in California in February — and more on the way

California has already received an 18-trillion-gallon soaking this month — enough water to fill 27 million Olympic-sized pools — and the state’s wild winter isn’t over yet.


Gov. Newsom, President Trump Fight Over High-Speed Rail Funding

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — California’s High-Speed Rail system is facing new setbacks Tuesday after the federal government announced it’s pulling funding. Voters approved a bond to build the bullet train in 2008 and construction broke ground in 2015. California was depending on federal funding to finish t