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Adults arrested following boys' shooting at Manteca sleepover


Two adults were arrested Tuesday in connection with the shooting of two brothers during a slumber party at a home on the 1100 block of Glenn Dr. in Manteca on September 8.

An 11-year-old boy was shot in the head and his 17-year-old brother received a non-life threatening injury. The 11 year old was transported to hospital where he died a week later. Another 17 year old was detained at the scene and booked into juvenile hall for attempted homicide and assault with a deadly weapon.

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Builders Showcase // Chic Little House A Frame Plant Stand

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West Nile virus poses special September threat

West Nile virus poses special September threat


SACRAMENTO - The West Nile virus continues to be a problem throughout California with more than twice the number of human cases compared to same time last year.

All month, public health officials have focused on preventive spraying across the region to combat the West Nile virus. One recent target was Oki Park, near Rosemont. That was good news for those gathered at the park Saturday afternoon, especially for Lyn Piegaro who was diagnosed with West Nile virus several years ago.

"It's debilitating. It's very hard, and I'm guessing for the kids and older people it's even worse, which is why I'm very happy that they spray," Piegaro said.

The website FIGHTtheBITE.net shows recently sprayed areas like the section of the American River just north of Oki Park.

UPDATE: Elderly Manteca man found within 24 hours


An elderly man who was last seen in Manteca on Thursday was found Friday afternoon.

The San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office said Pablo "Paul" Raymond Corralejo, 90, left the city in his car Thursday evening and was possibly headed to Utah.

A Silver Alert was issued when he went missing because Corralejo has a medical condition and can become disoriented.

The sheriff's department said Corralejo was found safe and cancelled the Silver Alert Friday afternoon.


Stockton Symphony's season launches this Saturday with Cirque de la Symphonie

Stockton Symphony's season launches this Saturday with Cirque de la Symphonie

The Stockton Symphony kicks off their new season this Saturday (9/13) with the return of Cirque de la Symphonie for two new performances. The company wowed Stockton in their debut performance in September 2012 with a “Cirque” style show, complete with aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, balancers and strongmen performing to orchestral works selected by Maestro Peter Jaffe. The company has performed with the San Francisco Symphony and the Boston Pops, to name but a few. The concerts, performed September 13 at 6 pm and Sunday, September 14 at 2:30 pm in the Atherton Autidtorium on the San Joaquin Delta College campus (5151 Pacific Ave, Stockton) , still have seats available. www.StocktonSymphony.org  

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