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The public will have a chance to weigh in on a proposed dual immersion/International Baccalaureate charter school in the Stockton Unified School District on Tuesday night.
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Stockton celebrates asparagus now, but back in the 1950s, the San Joaquin County district attorney almost prosecuted asparagus growers for creating a public nuisance.
A distracted driver was arrested early Saturday after hitting four teenage pedestrians, killing one and injuring three others, authorities said.
When Romualdo Pacheco became California's first Latino to serve as lieutenant governor in 1871 - and later the state's first Latino governor in 1875, taking over for a man elected to the U.S. Senate - little did he know it would take more than a century before another Latino won a statewide office.
Dr. Alvaro Garza would feel satisfied he's doing a good job if, one day in Stockton and San Joaquin County, "healthy choices are the easy choices for everyone, every day, everywhere.
A community barbeque and speakout was held on April 12 in Stockton, Calif., organized by the Inter Council for Mothers of Murdered Children.
Immigrants feed California, and divide it. Immigrants and the children of immigrants are among California's most beloved heroes and yet are often treated under federal laws as reviled outcasts.
Tith is an inspired Buddhist monk and lives with 10 other monks in a cluster of small, modest homes less than a mile east of Highway 99 on Carpenter Road.
While their children played in the front yard, a man and his wife stood on the sidewalk Saturday afternoon looking at shards of broken glass and the bloodstained street in front of their new home.
A high-ranking member of the Stockton Fire Department was fined $4,500 on Thursday after California's Fair Political Practices Commission determined that he violated a state law while overseeing the Citizen's CPR Fund.
River Oaks Charter School fifth-grader Johnna Schroeder didn't want to be distracted from figuring out ways to make change from a $10 bill used for a $9.22 purchase on Friday morning.
San Joaquin County's unemployment rate held steady at 13.1 percent in March, unchanged from a revised 13.1 percent in February 2014, state employment officials reported Friday.
Two robbers ran inside a central Stockton business Friday afternoon and threatened to open fire on a number of customers inside, police said.
An employee was forced to open a safe and then tied up during a robbery Friday morning in north Stockton, police said.
A woman on trial for beating her 4-year-old stepdaughter to death was sentenced Friday after taking a last-minute plea deal as her trial drew to an end.
The 14th Stockton Opera Guild Kathe Underwood Scholarship Competition was held recently at the historic St. John's Church in Stockton.