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?
Last year the Swing for Youth benefit golf tournament helped cover the cost for 100 kids who wouldn't otherwise been able to participate in Manteca Parks and Recreation programs.
RIPON – When Scott Huerta first got an e-mail telling him that his band – French Cassettes – were selected as one of four finalists in the MySpace Artist Discovery contest, he immediately dismissed it as spam.
Garrett Graham stood steadfast in his Manteca Fire Department-issued turnouts as he awaited the next order.
Phil Waterford's emotions got the best of him Friday morning when California Assemblyman Bill Berryhill presented him with the Small Business of the Year Award for the 26th district.
The future of Measure K – the half-cent sales tax for transportation maintenance and repair that was initially approved by San Joaquin County voters in 1990 and then extended for another 30 years in 2006 – is in safe hands right now.
TRACY – The Nissan Frontier is anything but a small truck.
Despite losing, following SJ Fair ponies is a lot of fun.
The City of Lathrop has money.
On an agenda the item seemed pretty routine.
Lew Templeton turns the nozzle on his faucet in the front yard of his house and grabs the spray handle.
Politicians – or elected officials as they like to call themselves – tend to grow thicker skin as time goes on.
Last year 130 people were arrested for driving under the influence in Lathrop.
San Joaquin County health officials are urging residents to take precautions after a bat found in a residential home tested positive for the rabies virus.
The Manteca Dolphins have welcomed back a few familiar faces.
You have $80,924 and can do with it practically anything you wish.
There wasn't much that six-year Manteca Youth Focus veteran Liana Bassett didn't know when it came to the scholarship competition.
Andy Wright dropped the tailgate on his 1970 Chevy Silverado and leapt up.
The family of a Lathrop man believed to be jailed in India are turning to the State Department for help in determining why the American citizen was imprisoned and why he hasn't been able to contact his family back in the United States for help.
For the first time since it was formed in 1909 the South San Joaquin Irrigation District will restrict the irrigation water it delivers to customers to 36 inches per acre for a mandatory 16 percent reduction.
It was a beautiful Saturday morning and my wife and I were going to be heading to San Francisco with her aunt and uncle to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city.
SACRAMENTO - What a difference a decade and a half makes.
By JASON CAMPBELL