COVID Shutdown: San Joaquin Valley, SoCal Enact Stay-Home Order Beginning SundayFaced with a dire shortage of hospital beds, health officials announced Saturday the vast region of Southern California and a large swath of the Central Valley will be placed under a sweeping new lockdown in an urgent attempt to slow the rapid rise of coronavirus cases.
DA: Stockton Man Accused Of Fatally Abusing Infant Was Out Of Prison On Early COVID ReleaseProsecutors say a Stockton man facing child abuse and murder charges after the death of his two-month-old son had been released from prison early due to the coronavirus pandemic.
2 Arrested In Pistol-Whipping, Brutal Sexual Assault In AntiochAn Antioch man and a Stockton man were charged as suspects Monday in what Antioch police describe as a “brutal sexual assault” in the early morning of Oct. 17.
Northern California Jail Guard Arrested For Alleged Rape, Sex Assault Of 3 InmatesSan Joaquin County correctional officer Zachary Simmons was arrested Monday on rape and other charges for allegedly sexually assaulting three women inmates.
Two Injured In Vintage World War II Bomber Crash Near StocktonA vintage World War II bomber made an emergency landing Saturday night in a field near Stockton, injuring two of the three people who were aboard, according to the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department.
Mayors Vow to Launch Guaranteed Income Programs Across USA growing number of mayors across the country support giving cash to low-income families with no restrictions on how they can spend it — part of a growing movement to establish a guaranteed minimum income to combat poverty and systemic racism.
Oldest Living United States Marine Celebrates 105th Birthday in StocktonNot even a pandemic could quash the birthday bash for Maj. Bill White, believed to be the oldest living U.S. Marine, who celebrated turning 105 at his home in Stockton on Friday.
Mayor Schaaf Launching Universal Basic Income Pilot Program To Help Low-Income Oakland ResidentsLow-income Oakland residents may be getting some much-needed cash every month to help make ends meet during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Newsom Says State Should Prepare For Protest-Driven Spike In Coronavirus PandemicGov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday California should prepare for higher rates of positive tests because of both the ongoing protests and the reopening of businesses now underway.
Fire Crews Battling Massive Fire At Stockton Tomato Processing Plant Battling soaring temperatures and towering flames, firefighters fought a 3-alarm blaze Tuesday that erupted among pile of plastic pallets at a Stockton tomato processing plant.
Deputies Conduct Second Raid At SoCal Home Of Kristin Smart's ClassmateFor the second time in the past three months, authorities searched a San Pedro home belonging to a person of interest in the 1996 San Luis Obispo disappearance of Kristin Smart.