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Ports to host Delta College in exhibition game

Ports to host Delta College in exhibition game

The Stockton Ports will play an exhibition game against the Delta College Mustangs at 7 p.m., April 8 at Banner Island Ballpark.

Tickets for the game will be $6, but those with half or full season tickets can attend the game as part of their package. Season ticket holders can also buy additional tickets for a discounted price of $4. Tickets to the exhibition game will be available at www.stocktonports.com, over the phone at (209) 644-1900 and at the ticket office at Banner Island Ballpark starting in mid-March... Read More

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Man wielding hammer hits Stockton police K9, shot by police

A man who was wielding a claw hammer late Tuesday night hit a Stockton police K9 deployed to take him down, then was shot by Stockton police. He later died of his wounds at a hospital according to Stockton police spokesperson Joe Silva.

The canine, a 3-year-old Dutch Shepherd named Nitro, was taken to the emergency vet but he will be fine according to Silva. No officers were hurt during this incident.

Attorney in downtown Stockton wants company


STOCKTON - A Stockton attorney who bought a downtown building about a year ago is happy he located in that part of the city. He got a great deal, and he's just a block from the courthouse.

But that doesn't mean Jacob Benguerel's completely happy. He hasn't seen the downtown improvements he expected.

"In my opinion, it's the acceptance that it's 'just downtown Stockton, that's just the way things are,'" Benguerel said.

1 dead, 3 wounded in Stockton shooting

Four young men were shot, one of them fatally, at a home in the 1500 block of E. Ninth Street in Stockton Monday evening.

Stockton Police Department spokesperson Officer Joe Silva said a 17-year-old teen was dead, an 18-year-old teen was in critical condition and a 13-year-old boy and a 20-year-old man had non-life-threatening wounds.

The 17 year old was identified by the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday as Jose Novia of Stockton.

What led up to the shootings wasn't clear yet. Silva said investigators don't have a suspect description.

One of the victims lived in the home.

The 911 call came in at after 7 p.m.

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Freedom Is Not Free

Freedom Is Not Free

Ministers and Community United, Inc. held its annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration at the Civic Auditorium on January 18 and 19.  I decided to attend Sunday’s program especially after learning that Geraldine Edwards Hollis, original member of the Tougaloo Nine and author of the book “Back to Mississippi” would be the keynote speaker elaborating on this year’s theme of Freedom, Justice, and Equality.

KeHE Distributors bringing 200 jobs to Stockton

KeHE Distributors bringing 200 jobs to Stockton

KeHE Distributors, LLC announced Friday that the company anticipates adding 200 jobs in Stockton this year. The company, which is the largest distributor of specialty food products and one of the largest distributors of natural food products in North America, plans to open its newest distribution center in the city.

The company will move into 450,000 square feet of the NorCal Logistics Center, near Arch Road and New Castle Road, east of highway 99. They will distribute frozen and fresh grocery products to customers throughout Northern California... Read More

Stockton job fair has more than 1,000 opportunities

The HIREvent job fair in Stockton is bringing 1,100 opportunities to area residents Tuesday afternoon.

The job fair runs from noon to 4 p.m. at the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel.

Organizers recommend bringing 20 to 30 resumes due to the vast number of recruiters. Jobs range from account executives to electricians to transportation agents.

Attendees can also get some one-on-one resume help from employment counselors. News10 is teaming up with the Job Journal to sponsor this event.

Those attending do not need to pre-register. Organizers said just show up ready to network.