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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
Two new positions bolster mayora s staff

Tubbs publicly announced the hiring at this week's City Council meeting of 29-year-old Max Vargas, a graduate of University of the Pacific and the McGeorge School of Law, as his senior policy adviser. He also announced that Daniel Lopez - a 38-year-old graduate of Franklin High School and California State University, Sacramento - was his choice as his public information officer.

What are you going to be when you grow up? A reader

Second-graders in Julia Steyer's class at George W. Bush Elementary School oohed and ahhed when they learned they would be read to by a high school student twice their age for Rotary Read-In. "Kids, what do you think she should do for a job when she's older?" Steyer asked after JanNicole Bongcaron, a Chavez High School sophomore, read Jan Brett's "The Mitten." Bongcaron was one of 18 Chavez High Interact Club members who made the six-minute walk to Bush Elementary on Thursday afternoon as part of the 26th annual Rotary Read-In, where volunteers read to students.

Three-day Hindu festival honors Shiva

Maha Shivaratri, which means "the great night of Shiva," is one of the biggest festivals in Hinduism, said Girja Raina, former president of the Indian Association of San Joaquin County. It's bigger than Diwali.

San Joaquin River stops rising

STOCKTON - The mighty San Joaquin River finally stopped rising on Thursday, and even receded a couple of inches, but the danger is far from over. The river is now flush with water being dumped from nearly full Don Pedro Reservoir, upstream on the Tuolumne River.

Sauro: Sound in the soul

Stockton's founder helped add German music to what has evolved into a 21st-century palette that's frequently invoked in a positive way because of its cultural diversity. However, it's been a "long, long time" since the Fidelity Society/Stockton Heimatchor's members have made that historic confluence so obvious, said Gela Waccholz-Yee.  "Music is in my soul," said Waccholz-Yee, 63, a linguist who was born near Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany, and has lived in Stockton since 2009.

a Normala never better at New Melones, the last major reservoir to recover from drought

New Melones this week topped 100 percent of normal, the last of California's major reservoirs to climb out of the deep drought hole. The giant reservoir is about 63 percent full, which is perfectly normal for this time of year with more storms possibly to come, and plenty of mountain snow that should melt later this spring.

Fitzgerald: Time to bust out-of-control protesters

The protesters who disrupted Tuesday's Stockton City Council meeting - again - don't respect the boundary that separates free speech from government's need to do business. "Throughout the meeting I've been getting messages and texts from people who are scared," said Mayor Michael Tubbs.

$1M bail for 88-year-old attempted-murder defendant

STOCKTON - A judge set bail at $1 million this afternoon for an 88-year-old Stockton woman accused of trying to fatally stab her 57-year-old son Tuesday. Amalia Guerrero is being held at the San Joaquin County Jail and is charged with attempted premeditated murder.

Man critical after south Stockton fight, shooting

The victim was standing at West Sonora and South Commerce streets - Fire Station 2 occupies the southwest corner - about 5:45 p.m. when he got into a fight with three males. One of the assailants pulled out a black handgun and shot several rounds, striking him an unknown number of times, according to police.

A move to reform Hogzilla

A Republican Assemblyman has introduced a bill that would change the balance of power on the labor-friendly and fiscally irresponsible board of CalPERS. Much needed.

Top officers to be honored

The 48th annual Law Enforcement Night will be held Monday evening at the Italian Athletic Club, 3541 Cherryland Avenue, in Stockton. The event will begin with no-host cocktails at 6 p.m. followed by a prime rib and ravioli dinner at 7. Cost is $25 per person.

Through the Lens: High water marks for entries in latest Readers Photo Challenge Posted at

The current Readers Photo Challenge assignment of "water" is a very timely one. During the past four years of one of the state's worst droughts a common saying was "we need the rain" whenever a rare storm would hit.

Legal medical cannabis=Tax revenue

The City Council has a special meeting Tuesday night with an item that proposes setting a tax rate of $50 for every $1,000 of medical cannabis sales and cultivation. Stockton voters approved two medical cannabis-related measures in November.

Lodi Unified tables 'safe haven' resolution again

For the second time this month, the Lodi Unified School District Board of Trustees voted to postpone discussion and possible adoption of a resolution making the district a safe haven for its enrolled students. The trustees had taken up the issue on Feb. 7, when Bonnie Cassel brought up the idea of a resolution.

Riot police, protesters clash at chaotic council meeting

Twenty Stockton police officers wearing riot helmets with face shields herded angry protesters out of City Hall on Tuesday night. The council meeting was the second in a row disrupted by sign-bearing citizens loudly venting their anger over shootings by law enforcement agencies.

88-year-old Stockton mom stabs, critically wounds son

Officers were dispatched shortly after 1 p.m. on a report of a family disturbance in the 100 block of East Tenth Street in south Stockton. When they arrived, they learned that the woman had stabbed her son during an altercation, police said.

Fitzgerald: The child who died in day care

Last Wednesday at 2:45 p.m., Jasmine Burton got a call from the day care about her rambunctious 22-month-old toddler, Ralando. "Jasmine," the day care woman said, "I need you to meet me at the county hospital.

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