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Stockton mayor moves to clean homeless tent city


STOCKTON, CA – Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva made good on a promise to have dumpsters and portable toilets delivered to a downtown Stockton homeless camp.  Silva and several volunteers quickly dove into piles of trash and it wasn’t long before the dumpsters, donated by Waste Management, were nearly full.

Stockton changes water treatment plan


Stockton is making a major change to improve the quality of its drinking water.

Officials begin cleanup of Stockton homeless camp

Stockton mayor Anthony Silva is making good on plans to rid the city of homelessness within the next 10 years, arranging the delivery of large garbage bins near the crosstown freeway.

Was it you? 5 Powerball numbers matched in Stockton

Was it you? 5 Powerball numbers matched in Stockton


SACRAMENTO - No Powerball Jackpot winning ticket was sold in California on Saturday, but six people got very close, according to the California Lottery.

Six California tickets matched five of the six numbers. One was sold in Stockton.

The winning numbers for the record-breaking $949.8 million jackpot are:

32, 16, 19, 57, 34, and Powerball number 13.

The California Lottery said the six tickets that matched five numbers were sold at the following locations:

1.       7-Eleven, located at 4193 Central Avenue in Fremont (Alameda County)

2.      Parkwood Gas & Food, 1612 West Hammer Lane in Stockton (San Joaquin County)

3.      Nice Market, located at 3794 Highway 20 in Nice (Lake County)

Stockton homeless camps grow; action planned


County Supervisor Kathy Miller said it's time for a fresh look at a plan to make a dent in Stockton's homeless program that was developed in 2009, and then shelved. 

"The economy crashed and everyone's funds dried up. This draft plans to address homelessness in San Joaquin County languished," Miller said.

The plan is titled "10 year plan to end homelessness," and it includes several objectives and 12 strategies. Miller stressed there are no quick solutions.

"This is not an issue with a quick and easy fix. I'm not a person who meets for meetings sake. It's going to take a lot of teamwork. It's having mental health, and behavior health at the table. It's having affordable housing advocates at the table," she said.

Stockton man found shot dead in his car

Police officers found a Stockton man shot dead is his car shortly after midnight on Tuesday. 

The Stockton Police Department said officers  found the 38-year-old man when responding to reports of a shooting in the 3000 block of Phelps Street.

The victim was pronounces dead at the scene. The department said there is no motive or suspect information at this time. 

This story is developing. Return to this page for the latest information. 

Two arrested, two outstanding in Stockton alleged attempted kidnapping

Stockton Police Department have arrested two in what they are describing as an attempted kidnapping Sunday.

Police report a woman was walking near the intersection of California and Park streets when she was confronted by four people.

According to police, the four encircled the woman when one of the suspects told her he was a gang member and “owned the block.”

The victim told police the suspects opened the door of a car parked nearby and attempted to pull the woman into the vehicle.

The victim was able to break free, according to police, and run from the area.

Following an investigation of the area, police arrested Brandon Staples, 33, and Natasha Perryman, 40, on attempted kidnapping and false imprisonment charges.