The media circus came to town Wednesday as dozens of reporters from near and far flocked to Lodi following the arrests of two local men for their alleged links to the al-Qaida terrorist network. Reporters from USA Today, New York Times, San Jose Mercury News and San Francisco Chronicle newspapers prowled the Lodi on Wednesday looking for sources, and news vans from various stations including FOX, CBS and ABC were parked on both sides of Acacia Street and Poplar Street.
A yellow taxi from Beach Cities Cab Co. was parked off the shoulder of Lower Sacramento Road as the meter inside slowly ticked, reaching $725 before 9 a.m. That didn't count the $550 return fee.
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