Hiram Johnson - the reform minded governor from the early 20th century - would be disgusted with what the government oversight commission he helped create to keep corrupt railroads in line has morphed into.
Earthjustice is pressing the federal government to enforce its rules when it comes to clean air attainment for the San Joaquin Valley.
"God must really love poor people because, otherwise, he would not have made so many." - Fifteen words that Abraham Lincoln scholars contend the Great Emancipator never said but are attributed anyway by many to the 16th President of the United States
Cost recovery could quickly become the Pandora's Box of Manteca politics.
Everything you need to know about government you can learn at Kids Zone.
Joe DeAngelis can be entertaining.
One size does not fit all.
Spreckels Avenue is Manteca's street of the future.
The family running Delicato Winery is the epitome of character demonstrating what is right in our world – specifically what is right in Manteca – quietly setting a high standard in their everyday operations that other firms could well emulate.
During jury selections, I always respond that I think the police are probably right 90 percent of the time, 9 percent of the time there may be a gray area and the last one percent they may have made a wrong call. Police officers are human just like everyone else.
Sorry to spoil the party, Arnold.
Would seeing a photo of a corpse covered with a white sheet and identification tag hanging from the big toe make you give up the habit if you smoke?
Once upon a time, the YMCA was the No. 1 fitness club.
It definitely isn't your father's water park.
I was walking through the Kankakee Daily-Journal offices during a visit with friends in Illinois back in 1989.
The world isn't just about you or I.
Martha Grisham was truly a big part of Manteca's heart and soul through much of her 91 years before she passed away on Christmas Eve.
Pain is relative. In my case it's a first cousin.
It was there, stark as heck.
Forgive me for not jumping up and down and screaming "First Amendment rights" as some of the jubilant folks did who managed to secure a ticket for the first showing of "The Interview" on Christmas Day.
Bob McBrian was a unique fixture at Ripon's Veterans' Museum.
Manteca wasted hundreds of thousands of gallons needlessly during the recent storms
The Dec. 16 and 17 editions of the Manteca Bulletin were special to me for 45 reasons.
Hey there, Spirit, shadow of the year past or yet to come.
It is not a perfect world.
I'm a bachelor.
The traditional tangible Christmas card is alive and well.
Next month thousands of parents will unwittingly give the government the ability to snoop into their private lives.
Tech-savvy parents with a little bit too much money are forking out $29.99 to firms such as JibJab Media to allow their kids unlimited video chat time with an actor playing Santa.
Contrary to popular belief, Santa's helpers come in all shapes and sizes.