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Stockton police impound cars involved in sideshows, high-speed chase


Stockton police say sideshows have gotten out of hand.
Hundreds of cars often show up; d
rivers usually do donuts and other tricks in a parking lot or in the middle of the road.



Tuesday, police started cracking down on the drivers, taking away what could be their most prized possession - their car.

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Lathrop woman buys $1 million lottery ticket in Stockton


A $1 million California Lottery ticket was sold to one lucky woman in Stockton on Monday.

Sandeep Kaur, 29, of Lanthrop bought a $1,000,000 Jackpot! scratcher ticket at Delta Liquor on West Charter Way. She was sitting in her car when she discovered that she was suddenly a millionaire.

"I'm planning to buy a new house," Kaur told the California Lottery.
"I'll pay all cash. I won't have to pay a mortgage."

Kaur and her husband moved to California from another state after their business wasn't making a lot of money.

Delta Liquor will also receive $5,000 for selling the winning ticket.


Stockton residents encouraged to “imagine” the future

Stockton residents encouraged to “imagine” the future

STOCKTON – Stockton will be one of more than 15 cities that will host an “Imagining” event from 3 to 6 p.m., June 13, at Café Coop, 42 N. Sutter Street in Stockton. An “Imagining” event is part of a nationwide initiative by the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture that asks community members to envision their cities in the year 2034.

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One man wanted in Stockton homicide




A man was killed in what investigators believe was a gang related homicide outside a home on Saturday night in Stockton.

Police said the 34-year-old victim was confronted by brothers Salvador Alexander Castro, 19, and Joseph Anthony Castro, 23, on the 2300 block of Alma Avenue where the suspects fatally stabbed the man.

The brothers then fled the area in a blue 2001 Extended Cab Chevrolet Silverado truck. Late Sunday night Stockton police tweeted that Joseph Castro had turned himself in and that his brother and the truck were still outstanding.

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Central Valley foreclosure rates continue to drop

Central Valley foreclosure rates continue to drop

MODESTO – The foreclosure rate in Modesto dropped in March from the same time last year across the Central Valley. In Modesto and Merced, .62 percent of outstanding mortgages dropped into foreclosure in March. ... Read More

California wines sales, popularity continue to grow

California wines sales, popularity continue to grow

SAN FRANCISCO – California domestic wine shipments were up 4.4 percent form last year while retail value of the state’s wine rose 6.7 percent, according to the California wine institute.  ... Read More

It's a bike... uh... an electric bike... no it's both! GenZe Bike tours San Joaquin USA this week

It's a bike... uh... an electric bike... no it's both!  GenZe Bike tours San Joaquin USA this week

Touted as the "electric vehicle for the urban commuter", electric bike and scooter manufacturer GenZe stopped by the San Joaquin Partnership Board of Directors' meeting this week to demonstrate its new products. CEO Gurmeet Naroola, looking for the opportunity to collaborate with San Joaquin County cities in reducing street congestion and air pollution, offered to work with public agencies by lending them 1,000 bikes. Partnership President & CEO Mike Ammann met Naroola at the May 15-17 TiECon conference in Santa Clara and believing it would be a mutually beneficial experience, has arranged for Naroola and GenZe head of sales, Kevin Barnett, to tour San Joaquin County. They met with Esperanza Vielma at Cafe Coop who helped facilitate the tour. "This meeting and tour demonstrates the importance of the Partnership's connection with TiE (The Indus Entrpreneurs) and our "Greater Silicon Valley" marketing program," said Ammann at the conclusion of the Board meeting.