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Located south of Sacramento and north of Modesto, Stockton hosts an annual Asparagus Festival and has been home to Haggin Museum since 1931. Recently, from about 1995-2005, Stockton experienced an influx of new residents who sought to get away from the higher cost of living from the San Francisco Bay area. As a result, Stockton's housing prices increased and subsequently suffered a dramatic drop when the bubble burst in 2007.

Population: 290409
Local Newspapers: The Record
Local Sports Teams: University of the Pacific National University Kaplan College of Stockton San Joaquin Delta College Humphreys College and School of Law Heald College
Local Colleges: Stockton Cougars (PASL soccer) Stockton Ports (High-A California League baseball) Stockton Thunder (ECHL ice hockey) Stockton Lightning (arena football)

Zip Codes associated with stockton, california: 95033 95202 95203 95204 95205 95206 95207 95209 95210 95212 95215 95219
Towns/Cities near stockton, california : Garden Acres Kennedy Taft Mosswood AugustLincoln Village Morada French Camp Country Club

Stockton News
Man dies after freakish highway accident

STOCKTON - An 84-year-old Stockton man involved in Friday's freakish accident at the Highway 4/99 interchange died Saturday in a hospital, the California Highway Patrol reported. According to its report, the CHP stated the elderly driver was initially stopped on the right shoulder of the southbound 99 transition ramp to westbound Highway 4 at approximately 9:37 a.m. Friday when he attempted to get back on southbound 99, making a left turn across both lanes of the transition ramp that put him perpendicular to oncoming traffic.

Fitz's Stockton: Robby Rowe's mini-museum of Stockton stuff

Robby Rowe boasts what may be the largest collection of Stocktoniana, perhaps 3,000 pieces of Stockton stuff arrayed around his home. "If it says 'San Joaquin' or 'Stockton,' that's all it has to say for me to put it into my collection," said Rowe.

Veterans can get free breakfast at six SJ locations

A free veterans appreciation breakfast, open to any vet showing their dog tags, is available at several area restaurants on Monday. All veterans must show their dog tags.

Port official named Stocktonian of the Year

Port of Stockton Commission Chairwoman Elizabeth Blanchard believed she was being summoned to a Friday morning meeting to greet Norwegian port officials about a tour. Much to her surprise, members of the Central Valley Association of Realtors and the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce swarmed into a conference room to announce Blanchard as the 64th recipient of the Stocktonian of the Year award.

Omalu says he, Parson willing to withdraw resignations

STOCKTON - Dr. Bennet Omalu said today that he and Dr. Susan Parson are willing to withdraw their resignations if San Joaquin County agrees to separate the Coroner's Office from the Sheriff's Office. Omalu, the county's chief medical examiner, and Parson, a forensic pathologist, submitted their resignations in the past two weeks, alleging interference by Sheriff-Coroner Steve Moore in the doctors' death investigations.

A Year in Reading: Jenny Zhang

Nature Poem by Tommy Pico and There Are More Beautiful Things Than BeyoncA© by Morgan Parker were the two books of poetry that touched what is left of my soul. And because of these two astounding poets, I may have even expanded my soul-finally-a little.

Candlelight vigil for victims of violence

TOP LEFT: Four-year-old Kassandra Rivera was one of about 200 to 300 people participating in the Victims of Violent Crimes of San Joaquin County Support Group's 20th annual candlelight vigil held at the Weber Point Events Center in downtown Stockton. TOP RIGHT: Leticia Galvan hangs an ornament on a wire frame in memory of her son Luis G. Alvarez, Jr., who was shot and killed in Lodi in 2016, during the Victims of Violent Crimes of San Joaquin County Support Group's annual vigil.

Nearly 50 arrested in Northern California gang crackdown

In this Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, photo released by the Stockton Police Department's Gang Suppression Unit shows some of the 35 seized weapons including 10 assault rifles, after nearly 50 people were arrested in a crackdown on gangs in Stockton, Calif. Also seized was nearly $44,000 in cash, 34 pounds of marijuana, two pounds of methamphetamine, and two pounds of cocaine.

Nearly 50 arrested in Northern California gang crackdown

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Fitzgerald: It's decision time for SUSD on Davalos

If I may, I have a few questions about the policy governing Eliseo Davalos, Stockton Unified's superintendent, out on paid leave since Aug. 10. Superintendent Davalos - head of San Joaquin County's largest school district since June 2016 - went on leave to care for his dying wife. Lupe Davalos died of cancer on Sept.

Stockton police arrest 47 on gang charges

The Stockton Police Department announced this morning the arrests of 47 people who authorities say are members or associates of south Stockton's most violent gangs. The roundup is a culmination of a three-month investigation led by Stockton police, the San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office, the California Department of Justice and the California Highway Patrol.

Some states aim to get more foster youth graduating from college

Foster children don't always have the support system they need to navigate adult decisions for a successful college experience. Some states are hoping to change that by providing counseling and funds for individuals transitioning from foster care to college life.

'There's always magic': 'The Nutcracker' comes to the Bob Hope Theatre on Saturday

Isabella Galvez was 4 when she first took a ballet class, 6 when she performed - as Clara - in a ballet school production of "The Nutcracker" and is something of a seasoned dancer as she joins 28 other local ballet students in Bay Pointe Ballet's production of "The Nutcracker" on Saturday at the Bob Hope Theatre. The 13-year-old St. Luke's eighth-grader was in the Bay Pointe production last year and returns in the same roles: a cake girl, a party girl and a big soldier, as she describes them.

Mother Seeking Justice for 2-Year-Old Son Worried After Two San Joaquin County Forensic Pathologists Resign

A grieving mother seeking justice for her 2-year-old son is now worried about the next steps in her son's murder case. Her fear comes as the allegation against the San Joaquin County Coroner's Office and Sheriff Steve Moore continue to pile up.

Cabrillo announces president pick: Matthew Wetstein, from Stockton

The college announced its governing board reached a tentative agreement with Matthew Wetstein to lead the administration after President Laurel Jones' upcoming retirement in January. Wetstein, currently vice president of instruction and planning at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, is anticipated to start Feb. 1. Wetstein's appointment won't become official until the board of trustees signs off on a finalized contract at its Jan. 8 meeting.

Resolution of Stockton medical cannabis saga pushed back to February

STOCKTON - Two competing businesses vying for the coveted fourth and final city permit to establish a medical cannabis dispensary in Stockton will have to wait at least until late February for a resolution. Stockton regulations allow a maximum of four legal medical cannabis dispensaries.

On the Road: Downtown Stockton shines for the holidays Updated at

The city's huge holiday tree, downtown and the waterfront bedecked with holiday lights, movies at the Cineplex, a classic movie at the Bob Hope Theatre, the Haggin Museum aglow and a host of delectable and new restaurants bursting upon the epicurean scene - holidays are the perfect time to travel to resurgent downtown Stockton. Come in the evening and enjoy the city's 60-foot Holiday Tree at Weber Point Events Center and the holiday lighting in the cineplex's Janet Leigh Plaza.

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