Even though the mysterious Google barge is closed to the public, it’s not stopping fans from finding ways to find good views of it.
Police are investigating a hit-and-run crash that has taken the life of one man.
After the nearly 8-hour journey, the Google barge parked at its new home, where the city and port welcomed the tech giant with open arms.
Police say that two people were arrested in Stockton for stealing an I-beam from an abandoned building.
In what’s a very secretive process, it seems nobody knows for sure where the barge is going, except Google themselves—and they aren’t saying a word.
The baby barn owl will be one of many helping protect levees and keep the future home of Google’s mystery barge rodent-free.
Ruben Mitchell will spend 20 years in federal prison in a scheme that unraveled when he lost track of a carry-on bag containing more than 40 pounds of cocaine.
An intersection was closed in Stockton after a pedestrian was killed in a hit-and-run crash.
Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva went off-script and discussed school shootings and condom use with elementary school students on Thursday.
Rumors have been flying, and word came down late on Wednesday that the mysterious Google Barge is on the move, and its destination and new home may come as a surprise to some.
A Stockton man suspected of breaking into mailboxes and stealing the contents has been arrested, police say.
Stockton’s new city manager is speaking out about his plans to get the city of bankruptcy now that he says he has a clear picture of its challenges.