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  • Driver in Deadly Bus Crash Had History of Substance Abuse

    WILLIAMS, Calif. -- A bus driver with a string of motor vehicle offenses and a history of substance abuse was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Monday after his casino-bound charter bus ran into a ditch, killing eight people....
  • Race for California Governor Gets Underway

    The long campaign is over.  And so a new one begins: the race to succeed Arnold Schwarzenegger as governor of California. A crop of would-be candidates is already preparing -- some openly, others behind the scenes -- with two years until the state's...
  • One Year Jail For Tracy Substitute Accused Of Touching Girls

    One Year Jail For Tracy Substitute Accused Of Touching Girls
    A former substitute teacher from George Kelly Elementary School in Tracy will spend one year in jail after touching several female students. The Stockton Record reports 39-year-old Jesse Llorente III touched and massaged several young girls between the...
  • MILITARY DEATHS

    They were playing R&B and hip-hop at the Tejano club that night. Army Spc. Mark Ryan Climaco Caguioa, 21, was passing the sweltering Texas night drinking with fellow soldiers -- a bunch of guys barely out of their teenage years, trying to meet girls....
  • Beat L.A.'s heat by going to these cool places

    The place: Moaning Cavern, Vallecito, Calif. Why there? Why now? In the hot summer months, everyone goes to the beach or the mountains. Few people think to go underground. Far, far underground. This is one of California's largest caves and drops visitors...
  • Stimulus Money Is Hit And Miss For Local Law Enforcement

    Stimulus Money Is Hit And Miss For Local Law Enforcement
    The Sacramento Sheriff's Department is getting stiffed by Washington, but other local agencies are receiving a windfall. Sacramento Sheriff John McGinness asked the Federal Government for $32 million of the $8.3 billion available from the Obama...
  • Swine Flu Deaths

    Swine Flu Deaths
    In the past month two deaths have occurred in San Joaquin County from the pandemic H1N1 influenza virus - a 5-year-old female from Stockton, and a 34-year-old male from Lathrop. We would like to convey our deepest sympathy to the family of bothpatients,"...
  • Judge Sues San Joaquin County Over Courthouse Attack

    Judge Sues San Joaquin County Over Courthouse Attack
    A Stockton judge who was attacked in her courtroom in March is taking the first steps toward suing San Joaquin County. Judge Cinda Fox was attached in her courtroom by a murder suspect wielding a six-inch metal spike. The suspect was shot and killed by a...
  • Foreclosure-proof homes?

    Who owns your home? That seems like a pretty straightforward question. But the answer might not be as clear-cut as you think. A U.S. District Court judge in Cleveland tossed out 14 foreclosure cases Oct. 31 on the grounds that the bank suing to...
  • Exploring Moaning Caverns, a Calaveras County adventure

    Vallecito, Calif. Deep under the wooded hills of Calaveras County -- in the belly of one of the state's largest caves -- I worm my way through a rocky slot that our cavern tour guide calls the "pancake." It's a rectangular gap, 3 feet wide by about 18...
  • Fed looks to rein in lenders

    The Federal Reserve on Tuesday proposed new mortgage lending rules to protect consumers against fraud and deception, but consumer advocates said lenders would still have the ability to make the kinds of bad loans that triggered the sub-prime lending...
  • Adjustable loans spur new worries

    The no-worries lending that inflated the housing bubble is resulting in a flood of soured option-ARM loans, adjustable-rate mortgages that allow borrowers to pay so little every month that their loan balances rise rather than fall, sometimes sharply....