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New app to aid medical marijuana users

New app to aid medical marijuana users

Patients in select cities, including Stockton, who have valid medical marijuana cards will be able to order their marijuana via a phone app. ... Read More

Stockton accountant appointed to state board

Stockton accountant appointed to state board

STOCKTON — Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed Jian Ou-Yang, 36, of Stockton to the California Board of Accountancy.

Ou-Yang  is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of Certified Public Accountants.  ... Read More

UOP employee claims Clinton owes university $12K


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STOCKTON - As Hillary Clinton prepares for another run for the White House, an employee of the University of the Pacific wrote over the weekend Clinton still owes the school money from her first presidential campaign.

Events Director Steve Whyte wrote on Facebook the Clinton campaign had not paid UOP $12,000 for hosting an event in 2008.

Whyte finished his post with "she has no integrity."

Whyte first agreed then canceled an interview with News10, saying he was told by school officials not to talk about the story.

Stockton and San Joaquin county gets new librarian

Stockton and San Joaquin county gets new librarian

STOCKTON – Suzy Daveluy will be Stockton’s new Deputy Director of Community Services and City Librarian, according to Stockton Community Services Director John Alita.

Daveluy’s biggest duty in her new position will be to oversee the city of Stockton and San Joaquin Public Library system.

Daveluy has been with the library system for 25 years, holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Criminal Justice from CSU Sacramento, a Masters in Library and information Science from San Jose State University and a Juris Doctorate from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento... Read More

Stockton Honda wins Honda President’s Award

Stockton Honda wins Honda President’s Award

STOCKTON — Stockton Honda was among just 125 American Honda dealerships to receive the Honda President’s Award for 2014, the company announced.

The award is presented yearly to Honda dealerships for exceptional performance in all facets of their operations: profitability, sales, vehicle condition, customer experience, service retention, and brand representation... Read More

Foreclosure rates dropping in the Central Valley

Foreclosure rates dropping in the Central Valley

STOCKTON – Foreclosure rates throughout the Central Valley fell in January as compared to the same period in 2014 according to CoreLogic, a company that tracks nationwide foreclosure rates. In the Stockton-Lodi region, rates shrank by 0.29 percent over the same time period last year, according to the company. In January, 2015, 0.68 percent of outstanding mortgages were in foreclosure as compare to 0.97 percent for January 2014.

In January, CoreLogic’s data showed that foreclosures in Modesto accounted for 0.65 percent of outstanding mortgages. That was a decrease of 0.25 percent from the same time in 2014.

CoreLogic said that 2.50 percent of mortgages in Stockton and Lodi were delinquent by 90 days or more in January. That was down from 3.63 percent for the same period last year. Modesto had a slightly higher delinquency rate at 2.52 percent, a drop of 0.86 percent for the same period in 2014... Read More

officials hoping water hyacinth less of a problem in 2015


STOCKTON - Few people will forget the images of water hyacinth in Stockton and around the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta from 2014. Aerial views over downtown Stockton could have convinced newcomers there was no water under the huge swath of green growth.

"Last year was the first to bring many aspects of the boating industry to a complete halt," RiverPoint Landing Marina owner Richard Dunn said. If it happens again this year, "boaters, fisherman and tourists will finally throw up their hands and go elsewhere."

But at a state Senate hearing held in downtown Stockton Friday, Sen. Cathleen Galgiani, D-Stockton, also heard some encouraging news.