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Community Fuels Awarded $4.1 Million Grant to Expand Capabilities and Increase Efficiencies

Community Fuels Awarded $4.1 Million Grant to Expand Capabilities and Increase Efficiencies

The California Energy Commission approved a grant award of $4,183,421 to Community Fuels to support the installation of new equipment which will increase efficiencies and expand the range of low carbon feedstocks that can be processed at its existing Port of Stockton advanced biorefinery. Completion of the project will contribute directly towards achieving key policy objectives set forth by the CEC including reducing emissions, and increasing production and use of renewable fuels within California.

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Mayor mixes politics and crime after Stockton murders


STOCKTON - No one who follows Stockton politics would have been surprised to see a Facebook post from Mayor Anthony Silva less than 24 hours after five people were murdered Saturday.

But the message wasn't one of condolences; it was political.

"Don't believe incumbent city council members when they come to your door or mail you flyers saying things are getting better. In the last 24 hours we have had 5 homicides in 3 non related incidents. Please help me help Stockton. Vote for new city council members. Fire the incumbents and spread the word," wrote the mayor.

Silva isn't apologizing for that post.

"I'm passionate about this city and fighting crime. It's a big deal to me. I'm going to continue to be vocal," Silva said on Tuesday.

Do you want to be News10's Halloween "Breakfast in My Neighborhood" winner?

Do you want to be News10's Halloween "Breakfast in My Neighborhood" winner?

News10 is asking you -- Which breakfast restaurant in your neighborhood celebrates Halloween?  Does the staff dress up in costume?  And are there lots of Halloween decorations?  

If so, we want to know about it.

Email us  the name of that restaurant at writer@news10.net.

We'll pick two restaurants out of those submittals, and then you'll get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Halloween - Friday, October 31.

Suspects in skeleton masks rob Stockton man at gunpoint


A man working on his vehicle in his garage was robbed at gunpoint in Stockton Monday night.

The man was in the garage with the door up when two individuals dressed in black hooded sweatshirts, khaki pants, gloves and neon green skeleton masks approached him around 11:46 p.m., according to a Stockton police report.

The report stated one of the men pointed a black, semi-automatic handgun at the man and forced him into the house on the 2100 block of Shelby Creek Court. The second man then ransacked the house.

The robbers fled east on McCloud River Dr. with several pieces of jewelry, the report detailed.

Anyone with information on the suspects or the robbery is encouraged to contact Stockton police.


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Stockton hopes violence prevention office makes a difference


STOCKTON - After his department responded to five people murdered in three separate incidents late Saturday night, Stockton Chief of Police Eric Jones is anxious to see the city's new Office of Violence Prevention get staffing.

"Instead of changing strategies constantly, a community like Stockton needs that keen focus on violent crime," Jones said.

The Office of Violence Prevention is being funded through the recently passed Measure A, which also paid for 120 additional officers. Jessica Glynn was named by the Marshall Plan stakeholders group to head up the office. She starts later this week.

"It's continuing to coordinate all the efforts, so we don't have non profits and clergy going in different directions. It's keeping everyone focused on the problems and focused on what the data is telling us," Jones said.

Agro-Culture LIQUID Fertilizers expands San Joaquin USA operations

Agro-Culture LIQUID Fertilizers expands San Joaquin USA operations

Agro-Culture LIQUID Fertilizers built a 14,400 foot warehouse and distribution operation in East San Joaquin County's Fairchild Industrial Park in 2013. This year it added a 22,000 square feet allowing them to add manufacturing as well as large tanks for overseas shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, Mexico and South America. Agro-Culture LIQUID Fertilizers, a Michigan-based agricultural company, manufactures and markets in-house formulated and branded liquid fertilizer products that are marketed to cropping operations, both large and small, in over forty states, Canada as well as Mexico and Belize. Its entire line of high performance fertilizers and supplements are formulated to help growers achieve the best possible yields while employing sustainable agricultural practices. San Joaquin County is a hub of agricultural activity so was natural that Agro-Culture would choose to locate here.

5 killed in 3 different Stockton shootings


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A string of shootings Saturday night and early Sunday in Stockton left five people dead. Stockton police investigators do not believe the three separate incidents are connected.

The first shooting happened just before 11 p.m. Saturday in the 1500 block of Bordeaux Avenue. Stockton Police Officer Joe Silva said a 28-year-old man was found shot in the front yard of a home. The victim was transported to a local hospital but later died from his injuries.