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The director of child welfare and attendance for Stockton Unified School District was escorted off the district premises last week and placed on administrative leave after coming forward about enrollment drops and alleging he was pressured to approve unethical expulsions.


The city of Stockton has approved a $6 million wrongful death settlement with the family of a man who died while in police custody in 2020, the family’s attorneys said.


The California Department of Justice has ended its monitoring of the Stockton Unified School District and its Department of Public Safety after five years, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced.


San Joaquin County submitted more than $13.7 million in federal funding requests recently for six projects that will enhance programs, services, and infrastructure.


A town hall meeting to address human trafficking will be held Wednesday at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton. 


A DAY BEFORE a vote by the Stockton City Council regarding his tenure on the Charter Review Advisory Commission, Motecuzoma Sanchez announced his decision to resign from the post.


The 38th San Joaquin Asparagus Festival will be returning to Stockton this month for three days. 


Federal prosecutors are charging a Stockton beekeeper with allegedly smuggling in illegal pesticides from Mexico, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.


The city of Stockton on Wednesday will host the first of two open house meetings for the community to discuss planned safety improvements on two streets.


The artwork of a fourth-grade student at an elementary school in San Joaquin County was turned into a vehicle wrap this month for the South San Joaquin Irrigation District’s service truck tailgates.


A bike rodeo to help children learn about safe biking skills will take place in April at a Stockton elementary school.


A $250,000 settlement between a former San Joaquin County deputy public defender and the county Public Defender’s Office was approved Tuesday by the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors.

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