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Lodi is located in central California in San Joaquin County. The town was popularized by the song "Lodi" by the band Creedence Clearwater Revival. It has been called the "Zinfandel Capital of the World," as it is a center of wine production. It has been said that, traditionally, Lodi's wine has been less prestigious in comparison to that of Sonoma and Napa wines. However, the Lodi Appellation has become more and more respected for its Zinfandel wine, as well as other eclectic varieties.

Population: 68000
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: University of the Pacific

Zip Codes associated with lodi, california: 95240 95242
Towns/Cities near lodi, california : Woodbridge Victor Morada Lockeford Galt

Lodi News
Man stabbed, drinking buddy arrested in Lodi

LODI - A young man was stabbed, sustaining life-threatening injuries, while his drinking buddy was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following an incident Saturday evening in the south parking lot of Hutchins Street Square, police reported. The 20-year-old victim, who was not identified, sustained multiple stab wounds and was transported to San Joaquin General Hospital in French Camp.

Neighbors: Massive Gallo winery could mean 'free-for-all' in Lodi wine country

Phil Abba has a working relationship with E&J Gallo. His family has sold grapes to the Modesto-based winemaker since the 1960s.

Accused of violating voters' rights, Lodi to consider district elections

Threatened with a voting rights lawsuit, the City Council voted in closed session this week to begin a process that could change the way council members are elected in the future. The board asked City Attorney Janice Magdich to prepare a resolution of intent to change from at-large, citywide elections to district elections, which are supposed to be more equitable for minority voters and candidates.

Food Bank in urgent need of Thanksgiving turkeys

Public donations have been slow to come in this year, said Mike Donaghy, the Emergency Food Bank's executive director. The organization was up to about 80 by Monday, but it was still in need of hundreds more turkeys.

Elephant Trunk

Robert Dale Beadles of Lodi, California, US, has just been granted a new US patent. Clues to its intended function can be seen in the drawing : 704 being a handle, and 703 being a wheel.

Cloudy skies

TOP: Clouds move in fill the skies over Lodi Lake in Lodi. The forecast calls for partly cloudy skies for the next few days with the possibility of rain on Monday.

From the Vine: Cultivating family's grape-growing tradition Updated at

His mother recently passed away, leaving the single-story house surrounded by grapevines that his late father purchased in 1963 vacant. Among the boxes of this-and-that accumulated over a lifetime, Mikami found an auto registration card signed by his dad, Matsuto "Jim" Mikami, back in 1942.

Trying to move bureaucracy

On the day before Independence Day this year, Casey Knoll spoke with his mother about the swell of emotions he had experienced while visiting the Vietnam Moving Wall during its stop in Stockton. Knoll, a 39-year-old veteran of the United States Army, had been a haunted man since returning from his 2009 deployment to Afghanistan, recalled his mother, Diane Knoll.

Voting rights lawsuit threatened in Lodi

A Latino civil rights organization is threatening to sue the city for its longstanding practice of allowing citywide elections, which critics say makes it more difficult for minorities to win public office. It's just the latest in a long series of similar challenges to so-called "at-large elections" by groups citing the California Voting Rights Act of 2001.

Marsh madness: 'Craniacs' flock to annual Sandhill Crane Festival

LODI - Did you know if you see a long-legged bird in a tree, you can be sure it is not a sandhill crane? That's because the crane's back toe is too short to grip the branch. Had you visited the 21st annual Sandhill Crane Festival over the weekend at Lodi's Hutchins Street Square, you might have learned that little fact and several more about the fascinating large-bird species that calls San Joaquin County home every winter.

Fall fling: Post-Halloween pumpkin pitch a smash hit

Hundreds of carved and painted pumpkins have now either met their demise at the bottom of the garbage can, or continue to waste away on porches and front steps. Dozens of families launched gourds of all shapes, sizes and colors Saturday at the third annual "Punkin Chunkin" event at the World of Wonders Museum in downtown Lodi.

Medicare fairs a godsend for some seniors

LODI - Sharon King couldn't believe her good fortune after going almost a year without a heart medication prescribed by her doctor. "This is awesome," King, 66, said of the help and advice she received from a team of health professions students during Thursday's five-hour Medicare Health Fair at the LOEL Senior Center in Lodi.

Lodi: Room to grow while maintaining its character

State of the messages are usually times when the elected leader of a city, state or nation looks back and assesses, looks toward the future and delivers a message of encouragement for future goals.   That's the template Lodi Mayor Doug Kuehne followed before about 180 people at the State of the City breakfast Thursday at Woodbridge Golf & Country Club. Kuehne did have some help as others were included in the presentation as well.

Lodi sandhill crane viewing takes off; annual festival this weekend

If there was ever a year to go admire the Delta's sandhill cranes - or attend their namesake festival in Lodi this weekend - this might be it. The unusually dry October has left many fields parched, forcing the cranes to concentrate in areas that are intentionally flooded for their benefit.

From the Vine: A place to unleash one's inner wine geek Updated at

And when I'm feeling that way, there's no better place to be than sitting across from Paul Marsh, sommelier and owner/proprietor of Mile Wine Company on the Miracle Mile in Stockton. Marsh sets aside the 2 o'clock hour each Saturday to spend with wine enthusiasts in his Sommelier Boot Camp.

Fish out of (normal) water: Rare sturgeon seen in Stanislaus River

A prehistoric fish that looks like it dropped straight out of the dinosaur age has found its way back to the San Joaquin River watershed. Biologists have confirmed the presence of a green sturgeon - a threatened species under the federal Endangered Species Act - in the Stanislaus River near Knights Ferry.

Motorist dies in Highway 12 crash

LODI - A 73-year-old motorist from Petaluma died early Monday along Highway 12 west of Lodi when his car crashed into an overturned big rig sprawled across both traffic lanes, the California Highway Patrol reported. The motorist, who has not been identified pending notification of next of kin, was driving a 2002 Volvo westbound on the two-lane Delta highway approaching Guard Road west of Interstate 5. He collided with the truck's rear trailer, then traveled off the north shoulder into an irrigation ditch where his car was partially hidden by walnuts spilling from the truck, according to the CHP.

Amgen Tour of California returns to Stockton in 2018

After stops in Lodi in 2015 and 2016, the Amgen Tour of California will pass through Stockton in 2018 for the first time in 11 years. "Our reputation of bringing world-class sporting events to the city is only elevated by hosting this internationally recognized race," said Wes Rhea, CEO of Visit Stockton.

Fatal hit-and-run suspect sought in Lodi

A man riding his bike in the early morning hours of Oct. 5 was reportedly fatally struck by an unknown car in Lodi, and now police are trying to find a suspect. The man was riding his bike just after 6 a.m., across the Victor Road overpass at Highway 99 when he was struck by the unknown car, Lodi police said.

Festival of Trees starts the holiday season at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum

The 26th annual Festival of Trees will deck all the halls at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum this year. This family event launches the holiday season on Dec. 2 and 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the museum located in Micke Grove Park south of Lodi about one mile west of Highway 99 and south of Armstrong Road.

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