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Man in wheel chair gets extra special escort from Stockton police

"All cops aren't bad."

That's how Alex Flores starts off the video he posted on News10's Facebook page Tuesday afternoon.

The 27-second video shows a Stockton police vehicle closely following a man in a wheelchair as he travels down the South Center Street overpass at Highway 4.

"Look at this one, he's helping out a guy in a wheelchair so he won't get hit by traffic," Flores said in the video.

According to Stockton police Office Joe Silva, the video only captures the end of the incident.

As police officers were driving in the area, they saw the man struggling to get up the overpass. So, one of the officers got out of the patrol vehicle and pushed him up the overpass. When the man said he could take it from there, the officer got back into the SUV.

Sketch, photos released in Stockton fatal house party shooting

Stockton police released a sketch of a person of interest and surveillance photos of vehicles of interest Tuesday in the shooting death of a 41-year-old man at a house party last month.

Office Joe Silva said the photos of the two vehicles were obtained during the course of the investigation. One vehicle is described as a white early-2000’s Lincoln Town Car. The other vehicle is described as a black or dark gray 2000’s GNC of Chevy Suburban with black rims.

Family of Misty Singh sues Stockton police


McNerney to host drought forum

McNerney to host drought forum

STOCKTON — Rep. Jerry McNerney will host a California Drought Solutions Forum in Stockton on Aug. 25.

The forum will feature experts and voices that include farmers, water technology innovators, policy makers, federal and state government and local universities, his office said.

The forum will consist of two panels:

10 a.m. – 11 a.m.: Water, Energy, and Technology: Partnerships and Solutions Panel

Invited panelists include: GE; California Energy Commission, Water Energy Technology Program; U.S. Department of Energy, Water Energy Technology Team; ACWA; and IBM.

11 a.m.  Noon:  Agriculture, Technology, and Water Sustainability Panel

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National police review critical of Stockton police during deadly 2014 shootout

An independent review of the Stockton Police Department's response to last summer's deadly bank robbery and chase has been published. Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones asked the Police Foundation to study how his officers responded to the bank robbery, hostage taking and shootout that killed two of the suspects and hostage Misty Singh.

Goodwill to hold hiring fair

Goodwill to hold hiring fair

STOCKTON — Goodwill is hosting a hiring fair this week to fill positions for its San Joaquin County stores.

Goodwill senior leaders will conduct on the spot interviews from 9 a.m. until noon, Aug. 19 at the Goodwill Hiring Center at 129 S. Grant St. in Stockton. No appointment is necessary.

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State offering cash to help homeowners switch from grass to drought-resistant landscaping

STOCKTON, CA - Up to $2,000 is available to assist homeowners with the switch from grass to drought resistant landscaping.

The program began this week and the fund is $24 million. That translates to assisting about 12,000 homes with the transition.

For information on how to apply, visit the Department of Water Resources website titled.

For Scott Zeiher of Stockton, who's already switched from grass to bark and rock, he's fine not being eligible. To him, the goal of the program was more important.