Bicyclist Surrounded, Stabbed, Robbed In Stockton

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STOCKTON- Yesterday around 8PM a person was sourrounded, robbed, and stabbed on South San Joaquin and East Church Streets in South Stockton while riding their bicycle. According to a statement from police: “The adult male victim was riding his bicycle in the area when he was surrounded by the 5 suspects. The suspects assaulted the victim, and one of them …

State Senator Wants No Speed Limits On Freeways To Fight Climate Change

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SACRAMENTO- No speed limits are being proposed as a means of fighting climate change by California State Senator John Moorlach, a Republican of Orange County. He has introduced a Bill , SB319, in Sacramento that if passed by the legislature would require the Department of Transportation to build two additional traffic lanes, both northbound and southbound I- 5 and the …

Police Need Help Finding Person Who Shot At Car 20 Times With 2 Year Old Inside

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STOCKTON- San Joaquin Sheriffs Office is seeking the public’s help in catching an assailant who shot over 20 times into a vehicle yesterday with a 2 year old inside yesterday around 7:15 PM. The following is a statement they’ve released to the public:  “While over twenty bullets were shot at a vehicle, miraculously a mother and her two year old …

Mayor Tubbs Falsely Claims SEED Univeral Basic Income is “City-Led”

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STOCKTON- While Mayor Michael Tubbs has continued to give interviews and make appearances around the country concerning the mis-labeled “univeral basic income” program or Stockton “experiment” as being “city-led”, the truth of the matter is that it is not. Tubbs’ project, funded by millionaires from Silicon Valley, being called Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration or SEED, is neither universal nor basic. …

Houseboat Found Under Freeway In Stockton Homeless Camp

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STOCKTON- Today as Caltrans and the CHP were clearing out homeless encampments from underneath Stockton’s freeways, workers found something you don’t see everyday – a full house boat. Perhaps the homeless situation in Stockton, which has gotten worse under the leadership of Mayor Michael Tubbs and County Supervisor Kathy Miller, both who have championed the Homeless Task Force, is even …

Tokay High Student Escapes Kidnap Attempt In Lodi

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LODI- According to Lodi Police yesterday around 6:30AM a 14 year old girl walking to school was nearly kidnapped on Scarborough Drive and Brandywine Drive. Lodi Police have released the following statement on the incident seeking the public’s help: “The victim reported, as the two passed  each other on the sidewalk, the male suspect grabbed her and attempted to lift …

Tips Lead to Arrest in Two Stockton Homicides

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STOCKTON- Today the Stockton Police Department announces the arrest a person connected to two homicides in Stockton in 2018. They released a statement: “Today, Stockton Police homicide detectives arrested Joseph Henderson, 21, in connection to the June 5, 2017 shooting death of a 21-year-old man who was located at Lebaron Drive and Davis Road. Henderson was also arrested in connection …

Governor Newsom Ends Highspeed Rail in California

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Sacramento- During his state of the state speech today, Governor Newsom announced he will end the project known as California High Speed Rail (or “train to nowhere”) championed by Stockton state senator Cathleen Galgiani. However, he said the section from Merced to Bakersfield will be finished. This comes after years of delays and $5.4 billion already wasted.

Reinvent Corruption: Elected Officials, A School District, Student Records, and Dark Money

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February 12, 2019 Stockton- After failing to be passed last November, a proposed contract between Stockton Unified School District and Reinvent Stockton Foundation is back on the agenda for today’s board meeting. This move is undoubtedly the result of two of Mayor Michael Tubbs’ endorsed candidates getting elected to the board in November and now being in a position to …