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Woman followed home from Stockton market and attacked


Stockton detectives want to identify a man who sexually battered a woman he followed home from a local grocery store.

The attack took place on Wednesday, Oct. 29. The assailant tailed after the 37-year-old woman as she shopped at Food 4 Less at Hammer Lane and Lower Sacramento Road and then went home where the assault was committed, according to the police report.

Police say the accompanying store security camera image shows the man in question. He was described as black, 30 to 35 years old, 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 230 pounds.

Callers with information about this are asked to call the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377, the Investigations Unit at (209) 937-8323, or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600. Callers can remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards up to $10,000 for information leading to an arrest.

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VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Shingle Springs, El Dorado County

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Shingle Springs, El Dorado County

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where our News10 Mornings anchor will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Friday, November 14.

The voting starts Friday, November 7, and ends Tuesday, November 11 at 6 p.m.

This week's picks are in Single Springs, El Dorado County and they are:

Oldest Pacific alum, 107, gives $300,000 days before his death

Oldest Pacific alum, 107, gives $300,000 days before his death

George Knoles, an esteemed historian whose family played a pivotal role in University of the Pacific’s past, contributed to future students’ success by giving $303,000 toward a graduate student scholarship at his alma mater just days before his death on Aug. 27 at the age of 107.

The Barker-Knoles Endowed Scholarship, established in 2000 by Knoles and his late wife, Amandalee Barker, provides scholarships for female graduate students in history and the humanities at University of the Pacific. Barker also graduated from Pacific.

“We are honored by the Knoles family’s great legacy at University of the Pacific,” said Pacific President Pamela Eibeck. “George and Amandalee deeply believed that women should enjoy the same academic opportunities as their male counterparts. They opened the door for more women to pursue graduate education by funding a scholarship endowment that will help students at Pacific for many decades to come.”

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. this Friday, November 7.

Voting began on-air Friday morning October 31 and ended Tuesday November 4 at 6 p.m.

The winner was announced Wednesday November 5 on News10 Mornings.

This week's picks were in Modesto and they were:

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Delta College Fashion Club Presents: JEWELRY ART & GIFT FAIR NOVEMBER 5 & 6

Delta College Fashion Club Presents: JEWELRY ART & GIFT FAIR NOVEMBER 5 & 6

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Jewelry Art and Gift Fair November 5 and 6 - Danner hall

October Observances Part 2

October Observances Part 2

I celebrated Filipino American History Month this October watching three films by Marissa Aroy at Delta College – The Recipe; Little Manila, Filipinos In California’s Heartland and The Delano Manongs, Forgotten Heroes Of The United Farm Workers which detailed Larry Itliong’s involvement.  The films were followed by a panel discussion and Q & A with filmmaker Marissa Aroy, Professors James Sobredo and Debra Louie, Johnny Itliong (son of Larry Itliong), moderated by Journalist Emil Guillermo.

During the discussion several points were made – We have to tell our own story and we need to learn from the past or it will be repeated.  My take away is all voices must be heard for the complete picture to emerge.

Eibeck tapped for NCAA Division I Committee on Academics

Eibeck tapped for NCAA Division I Committee on Academics

Pamela A. Eibeck, president of University of the Pacific, has been appointed to serve on the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Committee on Academics. 

The new committee is chaired by Roderick McDavis, president of Ohio University, and comprises academic and athletics leaders from 18 other institutions of higher education, including Georgetown, Northwestern and Texas A&M. 

“I am pleased to have the opportunity to serve the NCAA and the student-athletes it represents,” Eibeck said. “I look forward to working with my colleagues on the committee to advance the NCAA mission of supporting student-athlete success in the classroom and on the playing field.”

The new committee replaces two previous NCAA bodies: the Committee on Academic Performance and the Academic Cabinet.