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Some Stockton customers remain without power hours after truck crash.


UPDATE: 10:15 a.m. About 474 PG&E customers were still without power Tuesday, according to Pacific and Gas Electric spokesperson Paul Moreno.

Moreno said he anticipated that 90 percent of customers will have power by 6 p.m. Tuesday. There are some damaged electric panels and meters that need to fixed at customers' homes. Private electricians were being hired to inspect and replace electric panels for customers.

Stockton and San Joaquin county gets new librarian

Stockton and San Joaquin county gets new librarian

STOCKTON – Suzy Daveluy will be Stockton’s new Deputy Director of Community Services and City Librarian, according to Stockton Community Services Director John Alita.

Daveluy’s biggest duty in her new position will be to oversee the city of Stockton and San Joaquin Public Library system.

Daveluy has been with the library system for 25 years, holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Criminal Justice from CSU Sacramento, a Masters in Library and information Science from San Jose State University and a Juris Doctorate from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento... Read More

Stockton Honda wins Honda President’s Award

Stockton Honda wins Honda President’s Award

STOCKTON — Stockton Honda was among just 125 American Honda dealerships to receive the Honda President’s Award for 2014, the company announced.

The award is presented yearly to Honda dealerships for exceptional performance in all facets of their operations: profitability, sales, vehicle condition, customer experience, service retention, and brand representation... Read More

Four people injured in shooting at Deja Vu Showgirls nightclub

Gunfire erupted minutes outside a Stockton nightclub Sunday afternoon, leaving four people injured, including a 10-year-old girl.

Deja Vu Gentlemen's Club hosted the show, which included bikers from various motorcycle clubs. Joey Cruz, who worked across the street, said seeing so many bikers at once made him a little nervous.

"We saw a bunch of bikers come through, 20, 30 packs at at time," said Cruz. "I told my friend, there is about to be some shooting over there I bet," he said. "About ten minutes later, that's exactly what happened," Cruz explaiined.

San Joaquin deputies say several bikers got into a fistfight about fifteen minutes into the show. Things took an ugly turn with someone followed up the punches with gunfire

"They started shooting and firing and people started skirting every which way, running for cover," said Cruz.

Foreclosure rates dropping in the Central Valley

Foreclosure rates dropping in the Central Valley

STOCKTON – Foreclosure rates throughout the Central Valley fell in January as compared to the same period in 2014 according to CoreLogic, a company that tracks nationwide foreclosure rates. In the Stockton-Lodi region, rates shrank by 0.29 percent over the same time period last year, according to the company. In January, 2015, 0.68 percent of outstanding mortgages were in foreclosure as compare to 0.97 percent for January 2014.

In January, CoreLogic’s data showed that foreclosures in Modesto accounted for 0.65 percent of outstanding mortgages. That was a decrease of 0.25 percent from the same time in 2014.

CoreLogic said that 2.50 percent of mortgages in Stockton and Lodi were delinquent by 90 days or more in January. That was down from 3.63 percent for the same period last year. Modesto had a slightly higher delinquency rate at 2.52 percent, a drop of 0.86 percent for the same period in 2014... Read More

Huge stolen American flag replaced at Stockton American Legion post

Motorists on Interstate 5 in Stockton will see three flags flying again over American Legion Karl Ross Post 16.

On Saturday, in a flag-raising ceremony, veterans ran the American flag, the California flag and a POW flag up their flagpole to replace the three that were stolen earlier this month.

The new American flag is the same size - 52 feet by 25 feet - as the previous one.

The Legion said hundreds of dollars and replacement flags poured in after March 17 when the theft became public.

The culprit hasn't been caught.

Fire crews extinguish two-alarm fire in Stockton


Stockton firefighters worked on an overnight two-alarm fire on Thursday, fire officials said.

Firefighters were called to an industrial area of Commerce Way where a vacant building caught fire.

"This is not a very safe area," said the Stockton Fire Department's battalion chief.

According to the battalion chief, the roof collapsed within two minute of crews arriving. It took firefighters about an hour and a half to control the flames.

No one was hurt in the fire, but a fire official said possible arson will be investigated.