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Death Penalty Undecided for Stockton Bank Robbers

May 4, 2015
Death Penalty Undecided for Stockton Bank Robbers

STOCKTON- The prosecution has yet to decide whether they would like to seek the death penalty against Jaime Ramos and Pablo Ruvalcaba. The two were involved in the bank robbery that took the life of hostage Misty Singh. The case has more than 2,100 pages of discovery and 27 new digital pieces of information,...

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Gun Tossed during Stockton Traffic Stop

May 4, 2015
Gun Tossed during Stockton Traffic Stop

STOCKTON- Three men were arrested Sunday evening after a traffic stop. According to Stockton Police, officers tried to stop a car at Hunter Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard. The car sped off, and a gun was thrown out the window. Eventually, police say the four men inside ran off, and three were caught....

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One Dead, One in Custody After South Sacramento DUI Crash

Apr 25, 2015
One Dead, One in Custody After South Sacramento DUI Crash

SOUTH SACRAMENTO — One man is dead and another has been arrested as a result of a fatal crash involving alcohol early Saturday morning. According to police, 23-year-old Nicholas Balestra was driving south on I-5 just below Seaman Road when he drifted off the road and hit the rear of a car that was...

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Man Arrested after Loaded Gun is Found Under Child’s Car Seat

Apr 14, 2015
Man Arrested after Loaded Gun is Found Under Child’s Car Seat

STOCKTON- Police in Stockton arrested a man Monday evening after a loaded gun was found under a child seat in his car. The child was not in the car when officers searched it. Officers say they pulled 34-year-old Leper Talaroc for traffic violations near Kelley Drive and Richland Way around 6:30 p.m. Talaroc gave...

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Stockton Teachers, District Relieved by Tentative Deal

Apr 3, 2015
Stockton Teachers, District Relieved by Tentative Deal

STOCKTON- The Stockton Teachers Association and the Stockton Unified School District have reached a tentative agreement, after meeting for nearly 18 hours Thursday night into Friday morning. Later Friday, parents learned their kids won’t be affected. The Stockton Teachers Association says teachers can now get their minds off the strike and focus their efforts...

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Stockton Downtown Alliance Giving ‘Gift of Time’

Apr 3, 2015
Stockton Downtown Alliance Giving ‘Gift of Time’

STOCKTON- Parking can be somewhat of a gamble in Downtown Stockton and once you find it, there’s no guarantee that you’ll have enough time to get business done. But for the Downtown Stockton Alliance, they’re hoping a quarter keeps visitors around for more than 15 minutes. Round and round the block – it’s the...

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Stockton Man Sentenced to Over 7 Years on Federal Weapons Charges

Apr 2, 2015
Stockton Man Sentenced to Over 7 Years on Federal Weapons Charges

STOCKTON — A Stockton man has been sentenced to seven years and eight months in prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm. According to court documents, officers tried to make contact with Austin Reed, 42, in November 2012. Reed ran from the officers and threw an assault-style firearm away. In addition...

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Power Finally Restored to Stockton Neighborhood

Mar 31, 2015
Power Finally Restored to Stockton Neighborhood

STOCKTON — PG&E workers continue to check and replace blown out breakers on the outside and power outlets on the inside of several homes tonight. But, the power is back on. PG&E said all 690 customers who lost electricity yesterday, after a suspected drunken driver struck a number of power poles, have light inside...

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Project to Revitalize Downtown Stockton Underway

Mar 31, 2015
Project to Revitalize Downtown Stockton Underway

STOCKTON — A large-scale project to revitalize downtown Stockton is underway as multiple developers work on building affordable housing units and newer commercial spaces for the city. The Cal Weber building is fenced and primed for construction. Developers told us just one building of the many moving parts toward downtown’s revitalization. The 124-year-old Cal...

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Crash Takes out Stockton Power Poles, Knocks out Electricity for Thousands

Mar 30, 2015
Crash Takes out Stockton Power Poles, Knocks out Electricity for Thousands

STOCKTON- More than 5,000 people were left without electricity Monday after a truck hit several power poles along Alpine Road. The crash happened just before 8:30 a.m. It was not immediately clear what led to the crash or if the driver was hurt. The crash is believed to have set off a chain reaction,...

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