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Located south of Sacramento and north of Modesto, Stockton hosts an annual Asparagus Festival and has been home to Haggin Museum since 1931. Recently, from about 1995-2005, Stockton experienced an influx of new residents who sought to get away from the higher cost of living from the San Francisco Bay area. As a result, Stockton's housing prices increased and subsequently suffered a dramatic drop when the bubble burst in 2007.

Population: 290409
Local Newspapers: The Record
Local Sports Teams: University of the Pacific National University Kaplan College of Stockton San Joaquin Delta College Humphreys College and School of Law Heald College
Local Colleges: Stockton Cougars (PASL soccer) Stockton Ports (High-A California League baseball) Stockton Thunder (ECHL ice hockey) Stockton Lightning (arena football)

Zip Codes associated with stockton, california: 95033 95202 95203 95204 95205 95206 95207 95209 95210 95212 95215 95219
Towns/Cities near stockton, california : Garden Acres Kennedy Taft Mosswood AugustLincoln Village Morada French Camp Country Club

Stockton News
NAACP town hall features area leaders

The event, co-hosted by the NAACP and Black Women for Political Action, is scheduled for 2-4 p.m. at Greater Christ Temple, 8800 Thornton Road. Bivens said Assemblywoman Susan Eggman, D-Stockton, Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, and Mayor Michael Tubbs all have confirmed they will attend.

Our Diversity: And the band played on

Ortiz had started the drum and bugle group in the early 2000s in order to perform Mexico's traditional military pieces at community events to honor his Mexican heritage. And while the band had participated in parades, it usually was placed toward the end.

Film on Khmer Rouge victims to be shown

The memories of oppression and killings they witnessed from 1975 to 1979, when under despot Pol Pot some 1.7 million Cambodians died, haunt them as they attempt to move on. But the documentary "Daze of Justice" looks into the aftermath of the conflict from the viewpoint of trailblazing women who decided to break decades of silence to seek justice before the UN Special Tribunal, which is tasked with prosecuting the Khmer Rouge.

Stockton police listening tour aimed at building trust

Not a speaking tour or addressing large town halls, although he does plenty of that. No, this tour is specifically about listening.

Police arrest machete-wielding robbery suspect in north Stockton

A man went into a business, took items without paying and, when confronted by an employee, attacked the employee with a machete, failing to land any blows, police reported. Police saw Wayne Reece, 36, running toward a car, machete in hand, and arrested him on suspicion of robbery and on a warrant without incident.

60 dogs removed from north Stockton home

STOCKTON - Police and Animal Services Division employees have removed 60 dogs from a north Stockton residence, according to officials. Animals are being taken out of the house and vaccinated because they will be introduced into an animal shelter already facing crowded quarters.

In any language, it smells as sweet

It took only a few keystrokes on a computer for Lialee Abu-Shamsiyh to learn the translation of "peace" in French, Indian, Danish, Hawaiian and other languages. It took her own recognition of the value of diversity in creating peace to use those words in "The Same Difference," one of 12 messages of peace written by local students and inscribed on plaques that were unveiled during a ceremony Thursday afternoon at the University Park World Peace Rose Garden.

Ask Emily: How to ease financial pain of high-deductible health plans

No matter what happens to Obamacare, one health care trend is fairly certain to continue: A growing number of you will have high-deductible health plans, whether you're insured through your employer or buy on the private market. A high-deductible health plan is just what it sounds like: In exchange for a lower premium, you pay more of your own money for medical care until your insurance coverage kicks in.

Fitzgerald: Hall on Wheels: Stockton looking to go mobile with city services

Escaping most citizens' attention, on Tuesday the Stockton City Council approved spending $100,000 on a "Mobile City Hall." The Council voted 7-0 to approve a consent calendar that included purchasing a customized "step van" loaded with computers, video monitors and information, piloted by a city staffer. "The purpose of the Mobile City Hall is to enhance public access … by bringing services directly to residents in locations that are convenient and informal," said a staff report.

Two arrested after shots fired in Lathrop

San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to the report of multiple gunshots heard in the 16000 block of Eton Way at 3:39 p.m. Upon arrival, deputies found a man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Medics arrived and began treating the victim, who was transported by ambulance to an area hospital and is currently listed in serious but stable condition, reports state.

Law Would Allow Supervised Drug Use

A bill that would allow supervised use of illicit narcotics at California health facilities passed major legislative hurdles this week and is headed for a vote in the full state Assembly. It's "the first ever state bill on supervised consumption services to win legislative votes in the U.S.," according to the Drug Policy Alliance, which is supporting AB 186 by Assemblywoman Susan Eggman of Stockton.

Mr. Hot Damn

Listen to Joshua David's new EP at 9 p.m. April 29 at Fox & Goose Pub . James Cavern is also on the bill.

Riding for children: Ride draws attention to kidsa plight

Aaron Pankratz had 375 reasons that motivated him to keep riding his bike during a strenuous journey from Santa Maria to Sacramento. It was the 263 children served by Court Appointed Special Advocates of Santa Barbara, the 67 kids who are on a waiting list, the 33 advocates who have been with CASA of Santa Barbara for five years and the 11 volunteer advocates who just joined.

Man slain near Victory Park had been gang kingpin, FBI informant

Among the weapons, drugs and cash on display for the media was an organizational chart showing who was in charge of the local Norteños, a notorious criminal gang ultimately controlled by the Nuestra Familia prison gang. At the top of the chart was a Stockton man named Charles Edwin "Peanut" Oak Jr., the same man who was found fatally shot inside a vehicle Sunday morning in the 1800 block of West Acacia Street a few blocks west of Victory Park, authorities confirmed.

State's survey of other tunnel projects scrutinized

As the Delta tunnels hearings resumed in Sacramento this week, an engineering expert for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California testified that many other large tunnels have been drilled "without incurring risk or injury to project stakeholders." But in their "detailed" survey of these projects spread across two continents, Delta tunnels proponents did not actually talk to nearby landowners, who would presumably be considered "stakeholders."

Family demonstrates SUSD over portrayal of teen

Family and friends of one teenager who died in a car crash earlier this month staged a demonstration at the Stockton Unified School District Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday, demanding the district fire a Chavez High School teacher and school volunteer who, they said, made inappropriate comments about the teen's character. Daquan Blackwell, 15, and Darrell Carpenter Jr., 17, were killed April 4 when the Ford Focus they were riding in collided with a cyclist and three vehicles on Hammer Lane and Alexandria Place during a chase by the Stockton Police.

'Get across Canada or die with all my teeth': Solo hiker tackles Nunavut in walk spanning decades

'Years ago I stopped being scared of what's out there,' says Peter Vacco in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. He's walking by himself from Cambridge Bay to Gjoa Haven - a 300 kilometre trek.

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