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Corinthian Colleges to shut down remaining campuses, including Heald College

Corinthian Colleges to shut down remaining campuses, including Heald College

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - Corinthian Colleges will shut down all of its remaining 28 ground campuses, displacing about 16,000 students.

The announcement comes less than two weeks after the U.S. Department of Education announced it was fining the for-profit institution $30 million for misrepresentation.

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Man arrested in urgent care burglary attempt


A man who appeared to be under the influence was arrested early Saturday morning after entering an urgent care facility in Stockton.

According to Lt. Mike Reynosa, the man was acting erratic when he entered the Channel Medical Clinic on Stanislaus Street and Channel Way. Police presume the suspect was searching for drugs.

The suspect went through the personal belongings of multiple employees and attempted to gain access to a refrigerator holding drugs, police said.

The building was evacuated after the man's behavior continued to become unpredictable and he was arrested, police said. Authorities have not released the man's name or the charges surrounding his arrest at this time.


Stockton tenants living with sewage and cockroaches


For two years Billy Stewart, a tenant at an apartment complex on North Pilgrim St. in Stockton, has showered in a tub that floods with brown water, and used a kitchen infested with cockroaches.

"You turn the light off at one or two in the morning, come back in here and the whole floor, cabinet, everything is covered in nothing but roaches," Stewart said.

But Stewart says even his living conditions are not as bad as his neighbors' downstairs who had wastewater flooding their apartments.

"My neighbor had to dump out three or four buckets of water like six times a day out of their house," Calen Smith, one of the downstairs tenants, said.

Contract workers say the problem was an old pipe. Those tenants who were most affected have been relocated to a hotel.

News10 hosts 'Breakfast on the Job' at Lodi Fire Station 1 next Friday!

News10 hosts 'Breakfast on the Job' at Lodi Fire Station 1 next Friday!

News10's popular morning segment 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' is morphing into 'Breakfast on the Job' for the next three weeks, when we'll bring breakfast to you on the job.

It's our way of honoring those that serve our community, while letting our viewers learn about potential job opportunities.

We launched it today by bringing donuts to employees and volunteers at the Front Street Animal Shelter and to Rancho Cordova CHP dispatchers.

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Oops! Stockton robber shoots accomplice during alleged home invasion


Stockton Crime Stoppers is offering $10,000 for any information that leads to an arrest in the case of a group of armed men who forced their way into a Stockton home, then had to leave in a hurry after shooting one of their own.

Friday morning, the four men broke in to a house along Blossom Circle where at least three people were home at the time.

Stockton police said at some point after they got inside, one of the suspects shot another suspect. The four men then ran from the home, and drove away in a green Ford Explorer.

The man who was shot was dropped off at a nearby hospital and is being treated. No word if they took anything from the home.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Stockton Police at 209-937-8377, the Stockton Investigations Unit at 209-937-8323 or Stockton Crime Stoppers at 209-946-0660. All callers will remain anonymous.


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Family of Shermantine victim claims sheriff withheld 43 bones, remains


Cyndi Vanderheiden was laid to rest 14 years after she went missing. At her April 2012 service, Vanderheiden's family had an urn containing the cremated remains of just a few of Cyndi's bones. The Vanderheiden family claims they were only given a few remains of their daughter after they were uncovered on a Calaveras County property that once belonged to serial killer Wesley Shermantine.

However, according to a field investigation report filed in May 2012, the California Department of Justice Bureau of Forensic Services uncovered more than 40 bones and fragments belonging to Vanderheiden over the course of three days of searching.

"No one told me they went out on a second search," John Vanderheiden, Cyndi's father, said.