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'Cleveland School Remembers' part of holiday parade


STOCKTON - Towards the back of the 4th of July Parade in Stockton Friday morning was a group becoming more vocal and visible with it's message.

Cleveland School Remembers includes former teachers who were at Cleveland Elementary School 25 years ago when a madman attacked the school with an assault weapon.

"We're moved by the impact that gun violence has on children, because we were impacted at Cleveland school. It carries with you all your life," former teacher Julie Schardt said.

The group is expanding it's efforts to keep people mindful of school violence, and the need to keep searching for answers.

"We've been growing a lot, moving in different directions," Schardt said. "We're doing what we can to prevent gun violence."


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San Joaquin County Fair's fireworks canceled


The San Joaquin County Fair's fireworks show has been canceled.

Officials said dry and hot conditions forced the show's cancellation.

No other information was available.


California Sees Increase in Sexually Transmitted Diseases

California Sees Increase in Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and state health officer, says the number of reportable sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in California increased in 2013 according to data made public today... Read More

House fire in morada burning large home


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Fire crews from Stockton and San Joaquin County battled flames at a large home in the community of Morada, just northeast of Stockton, Thursday afternoon.

The fire was on Tudor Rose Glen. Neighbors discovered the fire and called 911.

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'Sexy' felon indicted on federal charge


A Stockton criminal whose latest jail booking mugshot was a hit with a lot of women, is now facing a federal charge.

STORY:

Ladies love this convicted felon's mug shot

On Thursday, a federal grand jury returned an indictment charging Jeremy Meeks, 30, with being a felon in possession of a firearm, specifically a .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol.

Meeks was arrested last month during a police operation in Stockton. He faces several felony firearm charges. Meeks told News10 that he was a gang member and that he had a gun in the trunk of his car when he was arrested.

Lodi’s Bechthold Vineyard is named California’s “Vineyard of the Year”

Lodi’s Bechthold Vineyard is named California’s “Vineyard of the Year”

Autumn in Lodi’s acclaimed Bechthold Vineyard

I can’t quite put words to why I am profoundly comforted by the fact that a wine can also be a place, that mere fermented grapes can coalesce into a product of such rare beauty and meaning. – Randall Grahm (owner/winemaker, Bonny Doon Vineyard)... Read More

2014 Weekly Challenge #26: Eat LOCAL!

2014 Weekly Challenge #26: Eat LOCAL!

2014 Weekly Challenge #26: Eat LOCAL!

 

You hear it all the time: Eat Local! But why?

Here are 8 reasons to eat local foods (taken from about.com):

1. Local Foods Are Fresher (and Taste Better)

Food that was picked within the last few days tastes way better than food that was picked (unripened) and trucked thousands of miles to get to you. And fresh food lasts longer, too.

2. Local Foods Are Seasonal (and Taste Better)