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Tracy is located in central California, just outside of the San Francisco Bay Area. As assigned by the Sister City Association, the sister city of Tracy is Memuro, Japan. The city was mentioned in both Hunter S. Thompson's Hell's Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs and in Jack Kerouac's On the Road. There have been many notable residents that have resided in Tracy including musician MC Hammer.

Population: 56929
Local Newspapers: Tracy Press San Jose Business Journal San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San Jose SaberCats San Jose Sharks
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Zip Codes associated with tracy, california: 95376
Towns/Cities near tracy, california : Lyoth Banta Mountain House

Tracy News
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.

Frustrated Highway 17 drivers use teamwork to clear giant tree

Resident Rick Hall calls in a trouble spot on the levee separating the swollen San Joaquin River from the San Joaquin River Club in Tracy, Calif., on Sunday, February 20, 2017. Resident Rick Hall calls in a trouble spot on the levee separating the swollen San Joaquin River from the San Joaquin River Club in Tracy, Calif., on Sunday, February 20, 2017.

Flood fears renewed as another storm aims for Northern California

The first outer rain bands from a powerful Pacific storm headed to Northern California on Sunday brought light rain and wind and renewed warnings of possible flooding in the already soggy region. The San Joaquin River at a measuring station near Vernalis remained at "danger stage," meaning it keeps approaching the top of levees, said Tim Daly, a spokesman with San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services.

Tracy's Corral Hollow Road to be widened

The goal is to relieve traffic congestion on one of the city's major thoroughfares and calls for the stretch of Corral Hollow Road between Grant Line Road and Byron Road to be widened to six lanes from four. On Corral Hollow, one lane will be added in each direction by reducing the center median island from 40 feet wide to 18 feet wide.

Suspect arrested in connection with $65K in stolen property

Eddie Edwards, of Tracy, tried to sell about $20,000 worth of industrial power tools to a local contractor on Feb. 3, according to police. Officers seized the tools and later determined they were likely stolen from a company work truck and trailer in Livermore, police said.

SJ businesses join nationwide Day Without Immigrants protests

In a span of about five minutes, three people separately approached Tony's Market off of California Street and walked away. Dozens of businesses in San Joaquin County and across the country closed their doors for the day Thursday as part of the nationwide protest and boycott Un Dia Sin Inmigrates, or A Day Without Immigrants.

This little girl is fighting a rare disease but her big spirit is winning

In her short time on Earth, Leah Carroll has faced more challenges than some do in a lifetime. According to a Go Fund Me page set up by her mother, Lindsay Chapman-Carroll, Leah was diagnosed with a rare blood disease, severe congenital neutropenia , when she was just an infant.

Neighbor fires shots at neighbor

Police cars block off a section of Yosemite Drive west of Macarthur Drive as they investigate a report of shots fired Friday afternoon. The Tracy Police Bearcat armored car heads down Yosemite Drive as officers investigate a report of shots fired Friday afternoon.

Family: Train victim struggled with addictions

Relatives of a 38-year-old Stockton man killed by a train last week are having difficulty accepting a horrific death of a man who was doing everything he could to fight his inner demons. "I don't understand how he got onto the railroad," said Sofia Cisneros, 32, who was the man's girlfriend and mother of their 5-year-old daughter, Iomme Marie Cisneros.

VIDEO: Crews still looking for missing teen driver near Alameda Creek

It's been a week since Jayda Jenkins car plunged into Alameda Creek after an accident with another vehicle and Saturday, an hours long search for the 18-year old Tracey woman yielded no answers. Crews were out for more than 6 hours Saturday.

Fremont: More than 100 trained searchers will look for missing Tracy woman this weekend

If she is not found Friday, more than 100 trained rescue workers will search Saturday for a missing Tracy woman whose car went into Alameda Creek last weekend, authorities said. Sheriff's Sgt.

Another car plunges into Alameda Creek near Fremont, driver

A man escaped from his car after it plunged into Alameda Creek near Fremont Thursday morning, an accident that occurred as authorities continued to look for the body of a missing 18-year-old woman whose car was found in the creek earlier this week. The California Highway Patrol received calls about the submerged vehicle shortly after 5 a.m. Thursday, said Officer James Evans , an agency spokesman.

SUSD joins other districts as 'safe haven'

Trustees voted 6-0 to approve the resolution , and joined Lincoln and Tracy unified to reassure families of nearly 40,000 students enrolled at SUSD that a student's access to an education will not be denied based on their immigration status. According to data from the California Department of Education, 64 percent of SUSD students are Latino, and 24 percent speak a language other than English at home.

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