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Some Weston Ranch residents threaten to secede if Stockton doesn't step up

Weston Ranch may not have been on the agenda at Tuesday night's Stockton City Council meeting, but that did not stop dozens of residents from showing up and expressing their opinions on a drive for the neighborhood to secede from the city.

Wearing yellow lanyards with the "Free Weston Ranch" message around their necks, they filled the council chamber and spilled out into the lobby.

"You said show up with 10 and we will listen to you, well I showed up with 150," said Richard Smith, a resident of Weston Ranch.

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'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. this Friday, February 27.

Voting began on-air Friday morning February 20 and ended Tuesday, February 24, at 6 p.m.

The winner was announced Wednesday, February 25, on News10 Mornings.

This week's picks were in Carmichael and they were:

Bella Bru Cafe

Lido Cafe and Bakery

Viewers chimed in and OVER 2100 votes were cast.

We want to thank the viewers, Bella Bru Cafe and Lido Cafe and Bakery for participating in our poll.

And the winner is Lido Cafe and Bakery!

Stockton family sues after loved one killed by police


STOCKTON - A federal lawsuit seeking $10 million was filed Tuesday by Oakland attorney John Burris against the city of Stockton.

John Burris claims in the suit Stockton police were poorly trained and over reacted when they dealt with 35-year-old Matautu Nuu, in late January.

The Student Investment Fund passes $3 million mark

The Student Investment Fund passes $3 million mark

University of the Pacific students are outperforming some of the top investing indicators on Wall Street. The Student Investment Fund Portfolio reached the $3 million benchmark in February. The fund, which was valued at $2.5 million one year ago, hit the $3 million mark in early October, dropped then returned above $3 million again this month... Read More

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Stockton to exit bankruptcy Wednesday

The City of Stockton is set to exit bankruptcy Wednesday.

The city announced the exit date in a press release Tuesday,

"There is cause for celebration," City Manager Kurt Wilson said in a press release. "We have worked long and hard to get to this day. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to all of our City employees for their hard work, dedication, and the sacrifices they have made over the last several years. The stigma of bankruptcy is lifted and we can move our city forward toward recovery."

A federal judge in Sacramento ruled in January that the city could exit bankruptcy. The city's plan to exit bankruptcy "includes the various agreements reached with employees, retirees, capital market creditors, and numerous other classes of creditors, implementing structural changes to the City's operations and finances that would not have been possible outside of bankruptcy."

The press release also states:

Vigil held for 13 year old boy killed on his way to school in Stockton


Stockton Police suspect gang violence took the life of 13-year-old Rayshawn Harris Monday morning. Investigators said Harris was on his way to the school bus when he was gunned down.

"This child died for nothing," said community activist Bernice Bass. Bass joined a group of teenagers at Harris' South Stockton home. They stood around several burning candles and signs in Harris' honor. She encouraged the group of teens, many friends of Harris to not let his death be in vain.

13-year-old boy shot and killed in Stockton


A 13-year-old boy was found shot to death and laying in a driveway Monday morning outside a Stockton home, according to Stockton police spokesperson Joe Silva.

Relatives identified Rashawn Harris as the victim and said he was shot and killed as he left his home to catch a van to school.

"He still had his whole life to live. I don't know what to say, it's unbelievable," said Lationna Taylor, a cousin of Harris.