Former East Union graduate and 11th congressional district hopeful Jeff Takada is throwing in the towel.
Its one thing to go to a high school drama production based on the works of a famous playwright.
It starts with changing the time of the microwave and the VCR – a tandem that makes the Rubik's Cube look like a maze that goes in one direction.
For 35 years J&J Printing has been a fixture of the downtown commercial landscape.
It garnered the Motor Trend "Truck of the Year" award for its redesigned style and timeless reputation.
The occasional rainstorms and unpredictable weather are just part of the package of being a South County resident as spring quickly approaches.
RIPON – It's one of the premier JROTC programs in the nation.
Those hoping to score their medicinal marijuana in downtown Manteca are going to have to wait.
RIPON – Mitchell Evans didn't expect to see his Ripon Indians surrender double-digit runs to Modesto's Central Catholic when they squared off Friday afternoon.
Upwards of 200 people flooded the Manteca Visitors Center Friday morning hoping to get their hands on one of the 30 jobs that Hampton Inn and Suites administrators were interviewing for.
What started out as just a brainstorming session at Fisherman's Warehouse has become a local bass angler's dream-come-true.
George Janis is quick to say that "whenever one door closes, another will open."
The old TV in the garage is about to get a whole new set of channels.
RIPON – "Go look it up" is something that third grade students in Ripon are about to hear a lot more often.
RIPON – When Ripon Christian walked into their locker room during halftime of Friday's second round Sac-Joaquin Section Division V playoff game, the Knights could feel their season slipping away.
They came in droves.
LATHROP – All that Lathrop needs is the green light.
Zacharie Arteaga got an unexpected surprise when he walked out of a friend's house in Lathrop on Friday afternoon – a greeting by the Manteca Police street crimes unit and a pair of handcuffs.
In nearly three decades Shiloh Foust has never had to worry about missing a season.
For the dozens of people that are flooding into a converted movie theater in Downtown Stockton, it's a seemingly average Saturday night.
East Union High graduate Andrew Bell has become a permanent fixture in the Sacramento hip-hop scene since moving to the State Capital from the Bay Area several years ago.
LATHROP – It's not as simple as looking at a picture and giving it the thumbs up.
Can't all the downtown merchants just get along?
The number of trains that come through Manteca in the next five years is set to double.
LATHROP – Planning on having a drink or a toke for the road?
Vern Gebhardt knows firsthand what an afterschool program can provide children who don't have anywhere else to turn.
LATHROP – Just how clean is that wastewater after it goes through its tertiary treatment and chlorination process?
Federico Chavez knows the struggles of the field.
FRENCH CAMP – Edward Blake was facing the possibility of spending the rest of his life behind bars.
LATHROP – Barber poles let people know where they can get a trim.