Wildfire Smoke Triggers Health Caution In San Joaquin CountyHot, humid, and hazy. Fires continue to burn across the region as weather conditions grow more unbearable.
Northern California Heat Wave: How You Can Get Help With High Electricity BillsWith many people out of jobs, bills are stacking up and some may choose to not turn on the air conditioning, but this isn't recommended. 
New Data Reveals Who Is Dying From COVID-19 In San Joaquin CountyAs COVID-19 cases continue to rise, new data from our region's hardest-hit county is shedding light on people who are bearing the brunt of coronavirus.
ICUs Remain Overwhelmed In San Joaquin, Stanislaus CountiesThe coronavirus is showing some signs of slowing down in California, with the exception of the Central Valley, which is now the state's main hotspot.
Man Allegedly Leads Stockton Police On Chase, Ends Up Driving Into CanalA man who allegedly tried to run from police ended up in the water and in need of rescuing. 
Sheriff: Man Suddenly Attacked On His Doorstep By Teenage Neighbor Who Claims To Have MMA TrainingA man was badly injured after opening the door to his MMA-trained teenage neighbor who then severely beat the man, according to authorities. 
James Coose Arrested In Sexual Assault Of 92-Year-Old Stockton Woman With DementiaSan Joaquin County Sheriff deputies arrested James Lee Coose Wednesday for the attack a day earlier.
Two Men Accused Of Killing Man Whose Body Was Found In Manteca OrchardPolice are looking for more information in connection with the killing of a man whose body was found dumped in a Manteca orchard.
Inmate Known As 'Vampire Slasher' Arraigned For Stabbing Death Of Fellow InmateA San Joaquin County inmate serving a life sentence for a 1998 homicide was arraigned Tuesday for the stabbing death of a fellow inmate last month. 
Are Strike Teams A Success? State Points To Improvements In Imperial CountyCounty leaders there say they are looking for answers on what a strike team may look like.
Governor Announces Two-Tiered Strategy To Slow Spread Of Coronavirus In Central ValleyThe funding will be used to improve isolation, quarantine and testing protocols, as well as to help essential workers. It's part of a $499 million grant from the CDC.