Options - Mobile

back Side Panel

Sign Out

Sign up

Sign Up

Local News

Schools candidates report contributions to their campaigns

Posted:

Candidates in the November general election have entered their final stretch, but the last campaign donations for Lodi-area educational races …

Six candidates on ballot for Galt high school race

Posted:

Six candidates will vie for three open seats in the Galt Joint Union High School District board of trustees race.

Halloween event roundup

Posted:

Looking for something to bring out your Halloween Spirit? These events around Lodi are perfect for an evening of kids, costumes, candy and may…

Jury deliberations begin in Joseph Corey murder trial

Posted:

SACRAMENTO — Joseph Francis Corey shot and killed animal control officer Roy Marcum in November 2012, attorneys in the case don’t dispute.

Former San Joaquin County agricultural commissioner Scott Hudson enters Hall of Fame

Posted:

Scott Hudson, who served as San Joaquin County’s agricultural commissioner from 1996 until his retirement this year, was inducted into the Agr…

Two suspects held in home invasion; police seeking third

Posted:

Three are suspected in a home invasion at 11:12 p.m. Friday on the 800 block of Woodrow Street, Lodi police said. Two men were taken into custody.

Deadline nearing for Lodi Parks Department survey

Posted:

The deadline to take part in a survey evaluating Lodi’s parks is the end of this week.

Grape Bowl Classic returns on Saturday

Posted:

Fans of Lodi’s high school and middle school bands, get ready for some great musical entertainment and competition on Saturday at the 37th ann…

Lodi man killed in suspected DUI accident

Lodi man killed in suspected DUI accident

Posted:

A Lodi man was killed early Sunday morning when he was rear-ended by a suspected drunk driver on Davis Road, according to the California Highw…

Familiar campaign signs provide key part of election strategy — name recognition

Familiar campaign signs provide key part of election strategy — name recognition

Posted:

The approach of the November election has triggered the arrival of a collage of red, blue and white political signs, filling every street corn…

Local Sports

Alumni update

Posted:

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

Volleyball: Flames use furious rally to top Tigers in five sets

Posted:

The Lodi Flames varsity volleyball team finished what’s been a tough season on a high note.

Boys soccer: Warriors blank Hawks

Posted:

Isaac Martinez had three goals and Carlos Oropeza had an assist as the Galt Warriors varsity boys soccer team wrapped up the Sierra Valley Con…

Water polo: Tokay girls pull off rivalry upset; Lodi boys roll

Water polo: Tokay girls pull off rivalry upset; Lodi boys roll

Posted:

On Wednesday, Tokay’s Julia Coon weathered the toughest final minutes of a game as she’s had all year. A junior, Coon was in goal for the Toka…

Boys soccer: Tigers top Flames, clinch second place

Posted:

The Tokay Tigers varsity boys soccer team clinched second place in the Tri-City Athletic League with a 3-1 victory over the rival Lodi Flames …

Tokay Tigers-Lincoln Trojans football classic was encore to 1999 thriller

Posted:

There aren’t many games I’d revisit the following week, but last Friday night was the exception.

Soccer: Warriors closing in on soccer title

Posted:

The Galt Warriors varsity boys soccer team moved closer to a league championship with a 2-0 win over the El Dorado Cougars in Galt on Monday.

Pacific Strikers take first at Octoberfest Tournament

Posted:

The Pacific Strikers girls soccer team took first in the Octoberfest Tournament last weekend in Turlock.

Volleyball: Rams sweep Flames

Posted:

Samantha Smothermon had seven digs for the Lodi Flames varsity volleyball team in a 25-14, 25-19, 25-14 loss to the St. Mary’s Rams in Lodi on Monday.

Football: Eagles slice Knights for seventh straight victory

Posted:

The Elliot Eagles’ young football program made history with the beating it put on the Brookside Knights on Saturday.

Most Popular

Sign Out

Multimedia

play Lodi City Council candidates talk jobs, safety at forum

Lodi City Council candidates talk jobs, safety at forum

Posted:

2014 Lodi City Council Candidates Forum hosted by the Lodi News-SentinelFor easier viewing here we have provided a list of topics discussed and what time they appear in the video.Introductions - 0:00:00General Mills - 0:19:15Job Creation - 0:30:45Council Diversity - 0:42:55Pension Reform - 0:52:10City Council Benefits - 1:02:40Meeting Attendance - 1:10:37Gangs - 1:19:34Admired Public Figures - 1:29:45Closing Statements - 1:35:37

play Heavy Lifting

Heavy Lifting

Posted:

On Sept. 22, 2014, Western Water Constructors, Inc. removed an 86,000 pound lid at the White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility in Lodi, CA.

play Car fire on Highway 99

Car fire on Highway 99

Posted:

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

Posted:

"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.

play Boat tour of the Port of Stockton

Boat tour of the Port of Stockton

Posted:

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

play

North County Recycling Center and Sanitary Landfill

Posted:

Scenes from the North County Recycling Center and Sanitary Landfill