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About: stockton, california

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
A bad sign? Stockton money watchdog resigns

Dave Renison, the citizen watchdog of public money who heads the San Joaquin Taxpayers Association, resigned today from the Measure A Advisory Committee. Renison said in a letter City Hall refuses to be as transparent and accountable as they promised when asking citizens to approve the Measure A sales tax.

Driver killed when car veers off Highway 99, overturns

A 48-year-old Stockton man said to have been speeding down Highway 99 died this morning after his sport utility vehicle left the road and overturned, the California Highway Patrol reported. The victim, who has not been identified, was northbound on Highway 99 at Wilson Way about 8:50 a.m. when his 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe went off the road, according to the CHP.

Stockton Avenue urban village gets neighborsa nod

With the San Jose Planning Commission poised to consider approving or denying a Midtown land use change that would clear the path for an urban village proposal at the corner of Stockton Avenue and West Julian Street in Midtown, residents are chiming in. And many who attended a community meeting in the Rose Garden neighborhood last week supported the concept of an urban village on a 1.22-acre site at 715 W. Julian St. But some said they'd like to see city planners and developer Anderson Architects incorporate a few suggestions, such as requiring fewer parking spaces than planned since the site is close to San Jose Diridon Station and other transit options.

Fresno gives a pedestrian mall back to cars

In Stockton, a once-bustling section of Main Street from Hunter to Commerce was closed to vehicle traffic. It killed the segment for commerce.

Key district rejects Delta tunnels plan

A group of powerful California farmers pulled their support Tuesday from a pair of massive, $16 billion tunnels that would have re-engineered the state's water system in a decisive move that dealt a major and potentially fatal blow to the project pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown. The board of Westlands Water District, the nation's largest supplier of irrigation water to farms, voted to withdraw its participation from the project after more than an hour of tense discussions and comments from farmers who overwhelmingly concluded it was too expensive.

Stockton City Council Approves Purchase of New City Hall Building

Tuesday night, the Stockton City Council voted 6-1 to approve a motion to sign a $13.6 million purchase and sale agreement for the Waterfront Towers office buildings at 501 W. Weber Avenue. The city will need to construct council chambers in this building, along with other interior modifications, bringing the total cost of operating the building as city hall to an estimated $25.5 million.

Bail Raised to $2 Million for Man Accused of Driving Drunk, Killing Stockton Teen

The man accused of driving drunk in Stockton and killing a Lincoln High School student is now facing an even higher bail. Anthony Calderon's bail went from $1 million to $2 million in court on Tuesday afternoon, all while Cameron Allison's devastated family watched.

Bail raised to $2 million for man suspected as driver in crash that killed Lincoln High student

The man arrested after the crash that killed Lincoln High School's Cameron Allison had his bail raised to $2 million during a brief court hearing Tuesday. Anthony Calderon wore an orange jail-issued jumpsuit and remained somber as he appeared before Judge Ronald Northup in San Joaquin County Superior Court.

Rebellion in Lompoc City Hall

Lompoc City Manager Patrick Wiemiller, during the 2016 State of the City address, instructed his audience to pledge, "We deserve and expect the best in Lompoc." Wiemiller went on to talk about his belief that Lompoc desperately needed a new fire station, which had been rejected by the City Council the month prior, mostly due to its $14 million price tag that would have jumped to more than $28 million through his financing plan.

Cabbie recalls giving D.B. Cooper a ride

Vallejo, 75, said "My memory sure got the hell shook out of it," when he saw my stories about D.B. Cooper in Stockton, and the documentary by Tom Colbert . "I was driving cab-I'm not really sure of the year-at the time he was stockpiling all that explosive stuff .

Roseville Gas Price Hikes Slow Heading into Autumn

Roseville, CA- Coming off recent upticks in prices, Roseville area residents have seen prices remain relatively stable this past week. The area's low price leaders have prices currently hovering above the $2.70 per gallon mark for regular unleaded, while higher priced stations are well above $3.00 per gallon.

Stockton City Council to vote on new location for City Hall

STOCKTON - Councilwoman Christina Fugazi sees green whenever she considers the proposed purchase of twin downtown waterfront buildings that may become Stockton's new City Hall. She sees the green of the money Stockton officials expect they would save the city by owning City Hall rather than renting the space for one.

Women hurt in crash with alleged DUI driver

STOCKTON - Two people were sent to a hospital and one man with a history of driving under the influence of alcohol was arrested following a two-vehicle collision Sunday evening in central Stockton, authorities reported. The two injured victims were both female.

Juggalos: the Stockton angle

Richard Williams, 29, of Oakland, Calif., joins other Juggalos in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington rally Saturday to demand that the FBI rescind its classification of Juggalos as "loosely organized hybrid gang." Appropos of the Juggalo rally in D.C. over the weekend, I'm reprinting a column I did in 2010.

Stockton woman to lead workshop for survivors of childhood sexual abuse

Tammi Pane went through a variety of counseling experiences over the years as she grappled with the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her stepfather, the only father she ever really knew. Five years ago, a therapist recommended a class in Rancho Cordova that followed the curriculum of Dr. Dan Allender, himself a victim of sexual abuse and the author of "Wounded Heart." "I paid money to get in.

Gilbert: A homecoming long overdue for 1975 Stagg High queen

She was elected Stagg High School's homecoming queen by the student body and on Nov. 5, 1975, stood on the football field at University of the Pacific with flowers in her arms and a smile on her face A short article in The Stockton Record the next day said she "reigned over a homecoming dance following the Stagg-Tokay football game." Only she didn't reign over the dance. She didn't even attend or see the second half of the football game.

20th annual Family Day at the Park has something fun for everyone

If you like reading, music, games, food and fun, then The Record's Literacy & Book Fair Family Day at the Park was the place to be on Saturday. The event, held at University Park at California and Magnolia streets in Stockton, celebrated its 20th anniversary, but for first-time visitor Betty Taylor, who brought along her great-grandnephew Terry, 4, and great-grandniece Alona, 3, everything was all fresh and new.

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