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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • David Gerber dies at 86; TV executive produced 'Police Story' and 'Police Woman'

    David Gerber dies at 86; TV executive produced 'Police Story' and 'Police Woman'
    David Gerber, an award-winning television producer and executive whose career included roles as executive producer of the 1970s series "Police Story" and "Police Woman" and the 2006 TV movie "Flight 93," has died. He was 86.. Gerber died of heart...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • California housing may have a new foundation

    Other than perhaps McDonald's hamburgers, what is selling better today than it did a year ago? Resale homes in California. Sales in the last six months have gone up 89% compared with sales for the same period a year ago, according to the California Assn....
  • The Teflon cardinal

    At first glance, it seems difficult to imagine how Cardinal Roger M. Mahony can survive the pedophile scandal. Far from putting the matter to rest, the $660-million settlement that the Archdiocese of Los Angeles has agreed to pay the victims of the...
  • 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...
  • Mom Abandons Newborn At Mortuary In Stockton

    STOCKTON - A newborn baby was found around 3PM today at the DeYoung Shoreline Chapel on the 7600 block of Shoreline Drive in Stockton. Authorities say the baby's mother, a 21-year-old from Los Angeles, was located at a nearby apartment complex around 4:...
  • 4th Annual Run / Walk Against Hunger

    Event Date : 11/27/2008 Type of Event : Run and Walk Time of Event : 6:00 am County : San Joaquin Contact Person : Kristine Gibson Contact Address : 7 W. Scotts Ave., Stockton, CA 95203 Contact Phone Number : 209-464-7369 Contact Email :...
  • Three Arrested In Federal Correction Officer's Death

    STOCKTON - Three people have been taken into custody by Stockton Police in the death of a federal correctional officer found shot on his front lawn Wednesday morning. Authorities say 19-year-old Joel Lewis, 19-year-old Gerell Whatley and 40-year-old...
  • High Crime Rankings For Two Local Cities

     SACRAMENTO - Are you living in a city with the nation's highest crime?   According to Congressional Quarterly, both Stockton and Sacramento rank high in crime among the nation's cities, at numbers 45 and 51 respectively.  The publication looks at crime...