COVID Schools: University Of Pacific To Require Vaccination To Attend In-Person ClassesUniversity of the Pacific announced Thursday all students returning to in-person instruction this summer and fall, new and continuing, will be required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before returning back to campus.
COVID: San Joaquin County Mired In Red Tier; Hospitalizations Up As Vaccinations SlowOn the outskirts of the Bay Area, San Joaquin County continues to remain in the state's Red Tier of COVID-19 restrictions for the fourth week in a row.
San Joaquin County Free Meal Program Distributes Food to 21 LocationsSan Joaquin County Human Services Agency's "Food For You" program plans to distribute foodstuffs at 21 different locations throughout the county starting Wednesday.
ACE Train Adds Additional Stockton-To-San Jose Trip As Collapsed Ridership Inches BackThe Altamont Corridor Express, a commuter rail service connecting Stockton and San Jose, announced the reactivation of ACE train 05 westbound and 06 eastbound that will begin operating again Monday.
Stockton Man Gets 17-Year Prison Sentence For Child Sex TraffickingA Stockton man was sentenced to a lengthy prison sentence Monday following his conviction on child sex trafficking.
Oakland Civil-Rights Attorney Shows Police Bodycam Footage of Stockton Teen's Brutal ArrestA crowd gathered in Stockton on Saturday to demand justice after seeing newly-released police body camera video of four officers savagely beating 17-year-old Devin Carter late last year.
Study: Gun Violence Prevention Program Saves Lives, Money; Provides Model For Police ReformResearchers at the University of California, Berkeley studying a gun violence reduction program found it has helped decrease gun homicides and assaults in several California cities and saved taxpayers millions of dollars while serving as a model for police reform.
Police: Man Who Last Saw Kristin Smart Alive In 1996 Now Considered A Prime SuspectPolice have named Paul Flores a prime suspect in the case of Kristin Smart, a Cal Poly student who disappeared after a party in 1996.
Stockton Police Seek Public's Help In Search For Missing 15-Year-Old GirlPolice were asking for the public's help in finding a 15-year-old girl who may have left her Stockton home with an older male.
Newsom Appoints Former Stockton Mayor Behind Guaranteed Income Test As Economics AdviserFormer Stockton mayor Michael Tubbs, who gained national attention for running the country’s highest-profile experiment with a guaranteed income, is joining Gov. Newsom’s administration as an unpaid special adviser.
Study Shows Stockton Universal Basic Income Experiment Led to Increased EmploymentAfter getting $500 per month for two years without rules on how to spend it, 125 people in Stockton paid off debt, got full-time jobs and reported lower rates of anxiety and depression.
Update: Suspect Arrested in Antioch First Responders Drive-By Shooting; Discovery Bay Man's MurderA Stockton man who attempted to flee police during a two-county pursuit that ended in a crash in Richmond, was in custody Sunday after he allegedly wounded a firefighter and paramedic in a drive-by shooting in Antioch which followed the slaying of a man in Discovery Bay.
San Quentin Death Row Inmate Louis Peoples Found Dead In His CellA Stockton man sentenced to death for the murders of four people in 1997 was found dead in his cell on at San Quentin State Prison, prison officials said Wednesday.
Dozens of Cars in Stockton Neighborhood Hit in Smash-and-Grab Attack New Year MorningStockton police said as many as 31 cars were hit in a smash-and-grab spree early New Year morning along Shoreline Drive in a residential area on the west edge of the city.
COVID: State Obtains Vaccines For Stockton Prison Medical FacilityInmates and staff at a Stockton prison facility for convicts with special medical needs received COVID-19 vaccinations, which will be some of the first administered in the state.