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Police continue to investigate shooting death of man near Lodi Grape Festival grounds

Police continue to investigate shooting death of man near Lodi Grape Festival grounds

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Lodi police are still investigating a drive-by shooting on Saturday night one block from the Lodi Grape Festival that left a 20-year-old man d…

Vehicle fire closes one lane on Highway 99

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A van caught fire on Highway 99 near Armstrong Road around 4:25 p.m. Monday, according to California High Patrol spokesman James Smith.

James and Marian Cross inducted into Lodi Community Hall of Fame

James and Marian Cross inducted into Lodi Community Hall of Fame

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Those who worked with Dr. James Cross and Marian Cross in the community saw the two as determined to help those in need. The couple worked in …

Report: Truancy rates increase in Sacramento County, decrease in San Joaquin County

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Sacramento County truancy rates increased more than 6 percent in one year, according to figures released by the California Attorney General’s Office.

Dozens expected at Lodi Lake for annual Coastal Cleanup Day

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More than 200 volunteers are expected to gather at Lodi Lake Park this Saturday to clean up the “Jewel of Lodi” for an annual national event.

Missing Lodi boy found safe

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A Lodi boy was found and brought home Saturday after he had been missing for roughly six hours.

News-Sentinel looking for info on blue helicopter

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no it’s a blue helicopter! Have you seen it?

Lodi Recreation Commission to hold special meeting on strategic plan

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The Lodi Parks and Recreation Commission will hold a special meeting Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. to discuss the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services…

Tule Lake exhibit weaves story with artifacts, photos left behind at Japanese internment camp

Tule Lake exhibit weaves story with artifacts, photos left behind at Japanese internment camp

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Local Japanese-American Suga Moriwaki experienced internment firsthand during World War II when she was born in Topaz Internment Camp in Utah.

Mexican folk dances bring color to the Lodi Grape Festival

Mexican folk dances bring color to the Lodi Grape Festival

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Lively music, flowing dresses, tapping boots and spinning machetes graced the Foster Lumber Stage at the Grape Festival on Sunday afternoon.

Local Sports

Alumni update

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The latest news on local athletes who are continuing to play at the college or professional levels.

Girls golf at a glance

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Here’s a snapshot of this year’s varsity girls golf teams at Lodi and Tokay high schools:

Lodi Reds win Fall Brawl

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The Lodi Reds 18 and under baseball team won the Fall Brawl this past weekend in Elk Grove, going 4-0 and outscoring their opponents 30-7.

Volleyball: Flames hold off Hawks in four sets

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Lucia Eusebi had 26 digs to help the Lodi Flames varsity volleyball team hold off the visiting Liberty Ranch Hawks 25-18, 25-23, 16-25, 25-17 …

Girls water polo: Tokay Tigers junior varsity team fifth at tournament

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The Tokay Tigers junior varsity water polo team finished fifth out of 18 teams in tournament play this past weekend in Modesto and Oakdale.

Michael Valencia lives up to the name at Tokay High School

Michael Valencia lives up to the name at Tokay High School

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Accomplishment: Tokay High School lost one good Valencia but appears to have gained another.

Football: Eagles put out Wildfires

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Dominic Spadafore had 24 carries for 142 yards and a touchdown to lead the Elliot Eagles varsity football team to a 20-7 win over the Foresthi…

Boys soccer: Flames tie Bulldogs

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The Lodi Flames varsity boys soccer team had a man-up advantage for about 15 minutes late in the match but couldn’t capitalize and settled for…

Boys soccer: Tigers dominate Rams

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The Tokay Tigers varsity boys soccer team earned its first win of the league season, routing the St. Mary’s Rams 6-0 in Stockton on Friday.

Football: Turnovers prove costly as Cougars deny Warriors’ bid to start 3-0

Football: Turnovers prove costly as Cougars deny Warriors’ bid to start 3-0

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The Galt Warriors varsity football team produced far too many turnovers and handed the game over to the Weston Ranch Cougars, losing 33-20 at …

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Car fire on Highway 99

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Lodi Fire Department and CHP responded to a car fire on southbound Highway 99 and Armstrong Road on Sept. 16, 2014.Video submitted by Red, owner of Emerald Tattoo in Lodi.

play White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility

White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility

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"Cake," the final product after waste is processed at the White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility, is used for fertilizing feed crops in the Lodi area.

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Boat tour of the Port of Stockton

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Opportunity Cruises is offering free tours of the Port of Stockton.

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North County Recycling Center and Sanitary Landfill

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Scenes from the North County Recycling Center and Sanitary Landfill

play Yolex club shows of yo-yo tricks

Yolex club shows of yo-yo tricks

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Members of Roseville club Yolex visit Lodi to share their love of yo-yos

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