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50th Annual Industrial & Technology BBQ Honors 23 Companies

50th Annual Industrial & Technology BBQ Honors 23 Companies

At least 300 people turned out to celebrate companies including Amazon for its new fulfillment Center in Tracy with more than 1,000 employees, Trinchero Family Estates for a $300 million expansion of its Lodi winery and Delicato Family Vineyards, the Manteca- area winery that has been here for more than 90 years.

Nine companies that been in operation in San Joaquin County for 50 or more years were honored at the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce 50th Annual Industrial & Technology Barbeque last night at the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel in downtown Stockton. Fourteen companies that recently located to or expanded in the county will also be honored. Pacific Gas & Electric Company presented a special "Green Award" to Wilmar Oils & Fats LLC; recognizing the company's recent efforts in energy efficiency through the installation of eight energy efficiency measures to reduce the plants electricity and natural gas consumption.

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Stockton algae problem grows worse with no solution


STOCKTON - The algae situation on Stockton's waterfront is so unpleasant, people walking by talk of literally getting sick.

"(It smells like) sewer water, it's horrible, it makes me want to throw up half the time," said Samantha Myles, who walks near the water to reach school.

Each summer in Stockton, algae blooms along the waterfront, but this year's crop is worse than anyone can remember.

"It's frustrating and embarrassing, as we try to re-brand the city," Mayor Anthony Silva said.

Tracy City Manager and Staff Respond to Mayor's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. this Friday, September 12.

Voting began on-air Friday morning September 5 and ended Tuesday September 9 at 6 p.m.

The winner was announced Wednesday September 10 on News10 Mornings.

This week's picks were in Davis and they were:

Caffe Italia



Viewers chimed in and OVER 10,300 votes were cast.


We want to thank the viewers, Caffe Italia and Konditorei for participating in our voting poll.


And the winner is Caffe Italia!

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Update: Delta College approves new stadium after field mistake

UPDATE at 11:45 p.m.

Delta College trustees approved a new soccer field by a 4-0 vote Tuesday night, paving the way for a new field to be in place possibly as soon as August 2015.

"Some mistakes were made on that practice field and so we're kind of trying to rectify some of those mistakes and finally get the field that was in the original plans out there for our soccer teams to play on," Delta College Athletic Director Dr. Daryl Arroyo said.

The new field will integrate the soccer program into the existing facilities for football and baseball.

"We have a field house out there. We have bathrooms, we have a concession stand," Arroyo said. "Only soccer doesn't use it."

"This is a facility that we absolutely need," Delta Board of Trustees President Taj Kahn said. "Soccer is growing in the United States tremendously."

I-5 south through Stockton a challenge

STOCKTON - Drivers already frustrated by never-ending construction on Interstate 5 in Stockton have a new challenge to face. South of March Lane, the southbound traffic is separated, with the far right lane taking cars away from the middle and left lanes.

Two exits in that area aren't accessible if drivers make the mistake of staying to the left and not moving into that right lane.

The southbound lane separation is expected to last for about six months. The freeway construction projects on I-5 in Stockton won't be completed until 2016.

How to use social media to manage your brand

How to use social media to manage your brand

MODESTO — Social Media is no longer a tool of the future; it’s the here and now. In fact, Adrenna Alkhas, president of the Central Valley Public Relations Organization, says social media is today’s biggest brand management trend.

The most important part of brand management is “consistency in your messaging,” Alkhas said. Everything a company puts out should display the same message. From color schemes, to taglines, to what platforms you use to engage your audience, everything should be synonymous with your message.