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Jim Stone with San Joaquin County Public Works says it comes down to the fact the cost to provide the water far exceeds how much residents are paying in. North Morada’s small water district is underwater.
Four years ago, the city required at least half of all food and drinks to be healthy in vending machines at city buildings, parks and community centers.
Spindola reported a series of what she calls racially, sexually and religiously offensive remarks by her boss, Superintendent Gerry Dobbs, after other employees came to her with similar complaints.
What appeared to be dead horses hung up from their hind legs in the backyard of a home was actually something much less cruel.
Many banks are unwilling to do business with marijuana dispensaries, saying they aren’t worth the risk. But for the first time, the state tax authorities are stepping in to help dispensaries do business.
The family of Sarah Douglas finally got its chance to address Orville Fleming, a former first responder turned murderer.
Overwhelming vet bills are a big reason seniors are forced to give up their loved ones, according to the SPCA.
Homeowners are picking up the pieces, but they’re still rattled by how the flames spread quickly across the island.
Stephanie Koussaya jumped out of the speeding car during the police chase and shootout that followed last July’s bank robbery that claimed the life of fellow hostage Misty Holt-Singh.
A former California fire battalion chief faces sentencing in the slaying of his girlfriend.
A Manteca couple facing child molestation charges has been arrested in Salt Lake City after being on the run for 17 years.