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UPDATE: Arrest made in south Stockton bystander shooting

STOCKTON, CA - Stockton Detectives arrested a suspect Friday night in the shooting death of Jennette Gaines Wednesday in south Stockton.

Gaines,56, was an innocent bystander in a gun fight between two rival gangs.The incident occurred in the area of Phelps Street and Ninth Street. One group was on the sidewalk and the other group was in an SUV.

Stockton Police Department Detectives developed information that Terrell Washington Black, 18, was involved in the murder, and they were looking for him.

According to the Stockton Police log, Stockton Officers made a traffic stop at Sixth St. and El Dorado St. Friday evening. Detectives interviewed and subsequently arrested Black for Wednesday's shooting and other gang-related charges.

Black was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail.

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Skouts Honor ready for the Transition-CD Release April 1st

Skouts Honor ready for the Transition-CD Release April 1st

This Sunday April First there will be no fooling around, SKOUTS HONOR fresh back from a Eastern European Tour are set to release their long awaited debut CD TRANSITIONS. The band consisting of Stephen Matthews Vox/Bass, Nathan Looney Guitar/Vox, David Whitehouse Vox/Guitar and Chris McClure Drums/Vox are a Pop Punk band with great hooks and harmonies from Manteca/Stockton CA. They have been working hard on this release for the last year and are ready to officially unveil it to the world. This Sunday at The Plea for Peace Center 630 E Weber Ave at 6pm for the very low price of $5.

#69 of 100 Reasons to Smile in Stockton, California

#69 of 100 Reasons to Smile in Stockton, California

Pastries, cakes, and pies, oh my!  M&W Dutch American Bakery has called Stockton home since 2000.  M&W bakes up an array of delicious and mouthwatering baked goods perfect for any birthday, office party, get together, or occasion that you can think of.  Besides a delectable selection of sweet treats, M&W also has breakfast and lunch specials.  Just looking at this picture is driving us crazy!...

 

The Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out Returns

The Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out Returns

     From April 1st to the 15th Stockton will celebrate locally grown asparagus during the 3rd annual Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out.  This event will kick off the month that ends with the 27th Stockton Asparagus Festival, April 27-29.

     The Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out invites Stockton area foodies and families to enjoy a wide variety of delicious dishes prepared with fresh locally grown asparagus by showcasing asparagus related menus at restaurants throughout Stockton.  Our most famous locally grown spear will be featured in appetizers, entrees, desserts and drinks!

     With over 100 menu items available at 30 restaurant locations, here’s a sampling of what diners can enjoy: Asparagus Ravioli, Asparagus Fettuccine, Asparagus Soup, Deep Fried Asparagus, Asparagus Sushi Rolls, Asparagus Quiche, Mushroom & Asparagus Crepes, Asparagus

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Free Community Health & Vision Fair

Free Community Health & Vision Fair

What:  Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired's 5th Annual Free Health & Vision Fair

When:  Saturday, April 7, 2012  10:00AM-2:00PM

Where:  Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, 130 W. Flora St., Stockton

Cost:  Free admission

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Join Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired for our 5th Annual Free Health & Vision Fair on Saturday, April 7, 2012 from 10AM-2PM at our Stockton centerr, 130 W. Flora St.

The San Joaquin Lions Club is partnering with us once again by bringing the Lions District 4-A1 EyeMobile to perform free vision screenings.

University of the Pacific's Audiology Dept.

Thousands gear-up for local 'Hoodie' rallies

More on the Trayvon Martin case

SACRAMENTO, CA - Thousands of people from Sacramento to Stockton to Vallejo are expected to participate in "Hoodie Rallies" in support of an unarmed Florida teen who was shot to death more than a month ago.

Trayvon Martin, 17, was talking on his cellphone when he was killed.

The 17-year-old's death has sparked a national conversation about racial profiling. Trayvon was fatally shot Feb. 26 after a neighborhood watch volunteer followed him because he said the teen looked suspicious.

Man shot in the face in Stockton

STOCKTON, CA - A man was shot in the face during a shooting Wednesday night.

The shooting happened on Gateway Court around 10:45 p.m., Stockton police Lt. Michael Howard said.

The victim is an Asian man in his mid-20s; his condition is listed as critical.

Police don't have a motive, but they do know several cars were seen leaving the area at the time of the shooting.