San Joaquin County

FOX40
Stockton Police Chief Wants Body Cameras for Every Officer

Aug 18, 2014
Stockton Police Chief Wants Body Cameras for Every Officer

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There’s a hostile crowd and police officers respond, with tough choices to make. Increasingly, leadership in police departments is recognizing that to defuse a situation like that calls for more than a demonstration of force, it will also call …


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FOX40
Teen Killed While Pumping Gas in Stockton

Aug 18, 2014
Teen Killed While Pumping Gas in Stockton

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Family members gathering at a vigil for the man who was shot to death at a Stockton gas station Saturday night identified the victim as 18 year old Troy King.

Stockton police were called out to a Chevron gas …


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TechWire
Stockton Unified School District Puts Electronic Education Bond on Ballot

Jul 30, 2014

No need to double take. It's not the same Measure E the district passed in 2012. This Measure E will be a new $114 million bond the district said will pay for "Excellent Electronic Education." The post Stockton Unified School District Puts Electronic E...

FOX40
Surviving Stockton Robbery, Deadly Chase Suspect Faces Judge

Jul 21, 2014
Surviving Stockton Robbery, Deadly Chase Suspect Faces Judge

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Jaime Ramos, the 19-year-old surviving suspect after last week’s bank robbery and deadly police chase, appeared before a judge Monday to hear the more than 30 charges against him.

Ramos is accused of robbing the Bank of the West …


Davis Vanguard
Analysis: Future of Pensions May Hinge on Stockton Decision

Jul 15, 2014
Analysis: Future of Pensions May Hinge on Stockton Decision

Dan Walters had an interesting column yesterday writing that “Judge Christopher Klein has strongly hinted that he’s willing — perhaps even eager — to declare that city employee pension obligations are debts that could be trimmed along with those of more conventional creditors.” That would be a major change in the way pensions are...

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Davis Vanguard
Analysis: Future of Pensions May Hinge on Stockton Decision

Jul 15, 2014
Analysis: Future of Pensions May Hinge on Stockton Decision

Dan Walters had an interesting column yesterday, writing that “Judge Christopher Klein has strongly hinted that he’s willing — perhaps even eager — to declare that city employee pension obligations are debts that could be trimmed along with those of more conventional creditors.” That would be a major change in the way pensions are...

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FOX40
Child abuse investigation in Stockton reveals pimping, prostitution

May 28, 2014
Child abuse investigation in Stockton reveals pimping, prostitution

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An ER nurse called the San Joaquin County Sheriffs Office to report a child abuse case, and the sheriffs’ investigation discovered a much more alarming crime.

On Monday, a woman brought in her son, 10, for medical …


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TechWire
Google barge at Port of Stockton still mysterious one month later

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Apr 7, 2014
Google barge at Port of Stockton still mysterious one month later

By Joe Goldeen, McClatchy News Service Photo: City of Stockton  ”Goldeen! Get out there and find something out about the Google barge. Today’s its one-month anniversary,” my editor barked on... Read more »

The post Google barge still mysterious one month later appeared first on TechWire.net.


Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Dunkin’ Donuts expanding to Central Valley and Sierra Foothills in “next several years”

Dunkin’ Donuts expanding to Central Valley and Sierra Foothills in “next several years”

“More Than 150 Standalone Dunkin’ Donuts Planned for California over Next Several Years; Company Continues to Recruit Qualified Operators for Growth in the Golden State” Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, announced today the signing of a multi-unit store development agreement with existing franchise group, Sizzling Donuts, LLC, for 46...

Capitol Alert
Moody’s warns bankrupt cities they must cut pension debts

Feb 20, 2014
Moody’s warns bankrupt cities they must cut pension debts

Moody's Investors Services, a major bond rating house, warned Thursday that if bankrupt California cities don't reduce their pension obligations, they risk returning to insolvency. The warning was aimed directly at two bankrupt cities, Stockton and Sa...

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