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Hundreds of new jobs available at Stockton's 24th annual HIREvent


Hundreds of new jobs will be up for grabs at Stockton's 24th annual HIREvent Tuesday.

According to the event's description, the HIREvent will feature a variety of public and private sector employers looking for hires. There will also be free one-on-one resume help from employment counselors.

The HIREvent is free admission and runs from 12 to 4 p.m. at University Plaza Waterfront Hotel, 110 W Fremont St.

Job titles that recruiters will be looking to fill include:

3 missing Big Sur hikers found safe


Three hikers reportedly missing in Big Sur have been found safe, according to the Monterey County Sheriff's Department.

The Stockton Police Department said Tyler Betteridge, 20, David Betteridge, 23, and Robert Garcia,22, left Stockton at 6 a.m. Saturday to go hiking and did not return home. 

 


Controversial 'Delta tunnels' project could end up on the ballot


A lawmaker from the Stockton area wants California voters to approve Governor Jerry Brown's Twin Tunnels project. Assemblymember Susan Talamantes Eggman will introduce legislation that would block the governor's plan unless it is approved by voters on a statewide ballot.

The "tunnel project" would take water about 30 miles around the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta through two tunnels for use by farms and communities as far away as Southern California.

Food Network celebrity chef Guy Fieri checks out 4 spots in Stockton for Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives


Food Network celebrity chef Guy Fieri was in Stockton Thursday to film a few episodes of his hit show, "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives."

Erin Brockovich weighs in on recent Stockton water controversy


 

One of the world's leading water quality advocates tells ABC10 the city of Stockton is making a major mistake by switching the chemicals it uses to disinfect its drinking water.

Stockton police investigate theft of youth's Hoverboard


Stockton Police are investigating the alleged theft of a juvenile girl’s Hoverboard Wednesday afternoon.

Police report the incident occurred in the Seaport District near McDougald Boulevard and Steve Lillie Circle around 3:30 p.m.

According to police, the girl was in the area of where the alert was reported when the suspect ran up to her and pushed her off of her Hoverboard.

The suspect then picked up the Hoverboard and ran off with it, police said.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic man around 5 feet 3 inches, 140 pounds. The suspect was described wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, grey pants, and red shoes.

Stockton tree removal behind schedule; storms approaching


STOCKTON, CA – About 500 trees in Stockton were marked for removal because the city considered them to be to unhealthy to remain standing.  

As more residents were learning, the removal didn't happen quickly, and those trees were especially vulnerable in strong El Niño storms.