Pinkie Rideau seemed at home while clutching her retro carbon microphone in the gazebo at Library Park.
It's been nearly 15 years since the Kolor Blind Souljas – a Northern California hip hop group with extensive roots in Manteca – formally came to pass.
Angel Two Feathers makes his way around the grounds of the Three Rivers Indian Lodge spreading white sage among the elders, the tribal people, and the regular folk alike.
It's been a year since Tevanie Deanne Lantz, 35, was stabbed to death in a neighbor's front yard by her husband who is currently facing murder in the first degree with a special circumstance enhancement.
As if a complete redesign for the 2010 model year wasn't enough, the Kia Forte is making its mark on the automotive world.
By JASON CAMPBELL
Bill Brown brushed aside the balmy summer air Tuesday evening and continued browsing for the perfect ear of corn at the Manteca Farmer's Market.
Not even triple-digit temperatures were able to stop Manteca Police Sergeant Mike Aguilar from doing his part to help the community.
There aren't many places you'll find a high school athletic director dressed up as 1990s superstar Vanilla Ice or get to see the newly elected Superintendent of San Joaquin County Schools cutting a rug with a former Oakland Raiderette.
SACRAMENTO – It's something that we use every day, in multiple ways, and pay little mind to the systems or the intricate network that makes it all possible.
It was seniors dancing with seniors Friday night.
Randy Greer is hoping that his notebook full of lyrics will be the final piece of the musical puzzle that so many groups try to piece together.
STOCKTON – It's no secret that cars have become part of our daily lives – from picking the kids up from soccer practice to commuting to work.
Big League Dreams, Bass Pro Shops, and Costco all top the list of recent projects that wouldn't have been possible without the assistance of infrastructure funding from the Manteca Redevelopment Agency.
Afraid to get up in front of that crowd and show them what you've got?
It has been more than seven months since vagrants discovered the body of Kelly Marelich in a dumpster behind a dental suite on South. Main Street.
A woman in her 60s is the first San Joaquin County resident to die this year after it was discovered that she had contracted West Nile Virus.
It doesn't work just to pressure Jack Weaver.
For the last 51 years Janis Music has been a generational go-to for families with musically gifted children – offering lessons to help them make it to the next level on their given instrument.
New Melones reservoir is now 15 percent lower than it historically has ever been in mid-October
One is a book about a gang of scalp hunters on the US-Mexico border in the 1850s and the harsh, brutal violence that they enact on anybody that they please.
Most downtown merchants are happy with the location of their businesses.
Paula Treick DeBoard can't write from home.
A rooftop chase late Tuesday night didn't end well for a suspect that mistimed his jump and crashed through a pine tree and down onto the ground where police officers – and a canine – were waiting for him.
It's a state-of-the-art water delivery system that makes life easier for both the growers and those charged with making sure that their crops get everything that they need.
Motorists could have a hassle-free trip down Lathrop Road by Christmas.
Omar Ornelas is running for election to the Lathrop City Council.
SANTA CLARA – Luis Reyes saw a loose ball bouncing around and knew that he had to make a play.
The general consensus about potholes?
MODESTO – East Union, meet Justin Rice.