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Arrest made in 3-month-old Stockton homicide

The Stockton Police Department announced investigators made an arrest in connection to the death of a 21-year-old woman on Aug. 8.

Jeffrey Taylor, 24, was taken into custody Thursday. He is suspected of involvement in the fatal shooting of Vanessa Shockley, according to police. Shockley was found shot in the chest near an apartment complex on 3200 block of Blue Ridge Circle.

At the time, police said the shooting took place after an alleged dispute and that they were looking for a second young man in his late teens or early 20s.

The investigation continues.

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VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Turlock

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Turlock

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Keba Arnold will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Friday, November 21.

The voting starts Friday, November 14, and ends Tuesday, November 18 at 6 p.m.

This week's picks are in Turlock and they are:

AJ's Cafe & Grill

Latif's Restaurant

The winner will be announced Wednesday, November 19, on News10 Mornings.

Work begins on Prologis' International Park of Commerce in Tracy

Work begins on Prologis' International Park of Commerce in Tracy

"Will be the finest business park in the world" Groundbreaking ceremonies were held today for a one-million square foot state-of-the-art facility, the first structure at the new International Park of Commerce in Tracy by Prologis (NYSE:PLD), the global leader in industrial real estate. The park's first building will be one of the most advanced of its kind in the United States. Designed for the demands of today's customers, the facility will include 40-foot clear height and significant vehicle and trailer parking with extended staging lanes. It will be constructed to LEED specification with sustainable landscaping. The International Park of Commerce will be one of the largest logistics centers in northern California, with a potential build-out of 20 million square feet.

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Stockton 'Miracle Baby' lives up to her name

A Stockton baby left doctors baffled when she came into this world.

Born premature at 25 weeks, she was the smallest surviving baby ever born in Northern California.

Her name was supposed to be Janay. At birth, she weighed 10.5 ounces. "I held her in the palm of my hand," recalled David Jackson. Doctors gave his daughter less than a 50 percent chance of survival.

Stockton police search for suspect in sexual assault case

Stockton police are searching for man who sexually assaulted a 86-year-old woman Sunday night.

Officer Joe Silva said the man broke into an apartment in the 2700 block of Pacific Avenue around 7:30 p.m. through an open window. After sexually assaulting the woman, the man left the scene.

There was no description of the suspect, Silva said.

"I feel really really bad for her. She's such a sweet old lady," tenant Sky Kim said. "She always comes out in floral dresses and slippers. We say 'hi' to each other every single time she comes out to get mail. She helps the blind man who lives next door to get his mail."

Another sexual assault happened two miles away last month. According to police, a 63-year-old woman was sexually assaulted around 4:30 a.m. on Oct. 8.

Police said a dark-skinned man with a medium build broke into her apartment in the 5600 block of Stratford Circle.

Delta marina owners harmed by water hyacinth explosion

STOCKTON - About a dozen people who depend on delta boating business for their incomes met Wednesday morning to express frustrations with the explosion of water hyacinth.

"We had a group of well-intentioned marina owners here today," said Bill Pease of Rivers End Marina and Storage. "They're being impacted like I was four years ago."

Pease said he once asked the state to reimburse him for $40,000 of business he allegedly lost due to water hyacinth problems. His claim was denied.

Boats with inboard motors can't operate through hyacinth without harming or ruining engines.

The state Division of Boating and Waterways is supposed to deal with the hyacinth. Pease said he and the others need to work with local legislators to have their voices heard.