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Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out to return in April

Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out to return in April


Asparagus is back in season and Stockton is ready to celebrate with the sixth annual Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out. Locally grown asparagus will be showcased at more than 30 participating restaurants throughout Stockton as they put the vegetable to creative use in a variety of main dishes, drinks and desserts.

“The trend of focusing on local cuisine that utilizes locally grown and sourced ingredients is growing nationwide,” said Visit Stockton CEO Wes Rhea.

The Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out (GSADO and pronounced “ja-saw-doh” ) will run the entire month of April.

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Theft hits Stockton little league

STOCKTON – Items were stolen from the Pacific Little League just hours before its season debut.

Police were called to investigate the league's temporary storage container that was burglarized on Wednesday night or early Thursday morning in Victory Park. The shipping container itself was only a few days old and locked.

"We actually moved in the generator and the food yesterday so it was kind of interesting to get the call from the city it had been broken into," said Pacific Little League Vice President Justin Rabara.

Rabara said it appears the person or people involved cut open the metal container leaving the locks in place.

He said their generator was taken, along with food items, including nachos, nacho cheese, and candy.

Thursday night was the league's Opening Ceremonies and just before it, they realized their American flag was also taken.

Stockton residents finally face tougher water restrictions

STOCKTON - New state rules on water usage means Stockton residents finally face tougher restrictions on how often they can water lawns and gardens.

The State Water Resources Control Board announced this week that water company customers can water just twice a week. Until that decision, Stockton residents were only limited to what time of day they could water. That rule was no landscape watering between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Stockton didn't have the two-day-a-week regulation earlier because the city isn't facing the same water shortages as other cities. A new treatment facility on the city's north side provides water to about a third of Stockton's population.

"The city did a lot of investment to make sure the water supply to the city, even in drought years, will be constant, regular and reliable," said Mel Lytle of Stockton's Municipal Utilities Department.

Stockton FedEx freight drivers vote to join Teamsters

Stockton FedEx freight drivers vote to join Teamsters

STOCKTON — Fifty FedEx freight drivers in Stockton voted last week to join Teamsters Local 439.

The vote, 33-12, was taken March 12 and 13.

The vote to join the Teamsters union follows three previous elections in 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina; South Brunswick, New Jersey and Croydon, Pennsylvania, which added a total of 382 drivers to the union... Read More

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A letter to our community on News10's 60th anniversary

A letter to our community on News10's 60th anniversary

March 19, 2015 marks the 60th anniversary of KXTV's first broadcast. We at News10 are privileged to be part of our vibrant and beautiful communities. So much has changed over the decades—from entertainment like Gunsmoke and Lassie to Modern Family and Shark Tank, and technology like film and fuses to digital media and the Internet.

But one thing has never changed: KXTV's commitment to serve the people of Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto and all the surrounding areas with quality news, information, programming and advertising.

Stockton victims involved in drive-by shooting identified

Three people who were killed in a drive-by shooting in Stockton Tuesday were identified by the San Joaquin County Coroner's Office Wednesday afternoon.

Aliyah Taylor, 20, Kabin Kennebrew, 23, Arniska Lofton, 27 were all residents of Stockton according to San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office.

Stockton police said the shooting happened at Madison Market, near Madison and Park streets. Stockton police Officer Joe Silva said this was a high-crime area with gang activity.

There is no suspect information, Silva said. Police are uncertain if there were multiple shooters, but "there's a lot shell casings out here," Silva said.

Homicide and gang unit detectives are at the scene and continue to investigate the shooting.

Gunman involved in drive-by shooting that killed 3 and injured 4 still at large

STOCKTON, Calif. -- The gunman responsible for shooting seven people Tuesday evening remained at large.

On Tuesday at 8:22 p.m. Stockton police officers responded to a report of a shooting outside a market in the 700 block of N. Madison Street. When officers arrived they found seven gunshot victims according to a Facebook post by the department.