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  • Asian Gangs Leave Footprint

    Asian Gangs Leave Footprint
    The 28-year-old survivor of Tuesday's deadly shooting in Modesto is in critical condition at a local hospital. But what hospital we don’t know because police are withholding that information and the identity of the victims. The suspects are...
  • Busted for Underage Dancers, Bar Loses Liquor License

    A bar, busted in March for allowing underage performers to enter and work, will have their liquor license revoked. Thursday afternoon, the California Alcoholic Beverage Control posted a sign at Los Limones Bar in Modesto. The Notice of Revocation...
  • Stockton Faces Huge Cuts to Police, Fire

    Stockton Faces Huge Cuts to Police, Fire
    As they left City Hall on Tuesday night, the Stockton City Council faced the very real possibility of having to eliminate 210 jobs from the police and fire departments. You don’t have to tell the residents of Stockton that’s a chilling...
  • Moving Truck Carrying Family's Possessions Catches Fire, Blocks Northbound I-5

    Moving Truck Carrying Family's Possessions Catches Fire, Blocks Northbound I-5
    A family moving from Texas through California has lost the majority of their belongings when a moving truck crashed and caught fire. Just after 8 a.m. the truck lost its trailer and caught fire after going off I-5 near Eight Mile Road in Stockton....
  • Even in this climate, there's no rule like an old rule

    Whether you're a buyer, seller or borrower, chances are you're confused. With the mortgage and housing markets in such flux, how can you make a sound decision? Experts point out that traditional "rules" of real estate still apply. Here is a how the...
  • Market Watch: How to buy the best cherries

    Market Watch: How to buy the best cherries
    Growing cherries is always a roll of the dice for farmers, because if rain falls when the fruits are ripe on the tree, a large portion of them can split and be ruined. You'd think that by late May the main danger would have passed, but J.P. Barbagelata,...
  • 'Wildwood: A Journey Through Trees,' by Roger Deakin

    Wildwood A Journey Through Trees Roger Deakin Free Press: 392 pp., $26.95 Can someone tell me why old-fashioned naturalists write so beautifully and present-day environmentalists write so badly? Deakin's writing, in this and his previous book,...
  • State's first colleges, by definition

    Higher education in the state got its start in the Gold Rush era, when Jesuits and Methodists both established institutions in the Northern California town of Santa Clara. And 155 years later, it's still unclear which group should be deemed the...
  • In California, a cellphone call to 911 can be hit or miss

    "My mom needs help!" Susana Tupou was frantic as she raced across the street toward a neighbor mowing his lawn. Moments before, the 16-year-old had discovered her mother face-down on the living room carpet. The neighbor, Antonio Zamora grabbed his...
  • The return of the American chestnut

    On a hill just outside the Gold Rush town of Nevada City, Calif., about an hour northeast of Sacramento, stands a sweet 1890s Victorian farmhouse surrounded by several acres of venerable-looking gardens. There are craggy cherry and plum trees and an...
  • Market watch: Hard times for California asparagus

    Market watch: Hard times for California asparagus
    The long ranks of asparagus bunches standing at attention at the Zuckerman stalls at local farmers markets look much the same as in previous years, and the green, herbaceous spears are just as tender and delicious. But according to Roscoe Zuckerman, who...
  • Silverado Building Materials