Alfredo Reyes Reyes appeared briefly in court today for a formal indictment in connection with the 31-year-old murder of two teenage Stockton girls. The former fugitive had been hiding out in Mexico. As it turned out, the court waived a reading of the indictment, so the raw video is mostly procedural and doesn’t give much [...]
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At the Marshall Plan Symposium on Friday, Stockton City Manager Bob Deis opted for a musical finale. Record photographer Calixtro Romias shot this video: What’d you think of the song? Is there another song that you feel represents Stockton?
Motivational speaker Derek Clark performed Jan. 11 as part of the San Joaquin County Office of Education’s Anti-Violence Symposium. Record photographer Calixtro Romias shot this clip:
In our election chat on Tuesday night, we posted a few videos in which Record reporter Kevin Parrish spoke with voters about the election. Here’s a few that didn’t make it into the chat: Abdurrahman Muhammad, 66, lives in Stockton and is a retired draftsman and a Vietnam War veteran. He worked as a precinct [...]
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Here’s an extra from our week one high school football coverage. Edison High School football coach Andre Horace knows a thing or two about being a Viking — or a Soul Vike, as he put it. Horace played football himself at Edison, graduating in 1993 and went on to play at Boise State. In the [...]
It’s no secret that I’m kind of a geek. It’s kind of what my job is all about really. I get to seek out and test new technology. Web Content Producer Katie Combs and myself are always looking for new ways to tell stories on recordnet.com. We’re always looking for something else to give us [...]
The majority of yesterday’s meeting with The Record’s editorial board focused on the Marshall Plan, the city’s strategy for combating Stockton’s high crime. However, Mayor Ann Johnston, City Manager Bob Deis and Vice Mayor Kathy Miller did briefly address the eviction of the Mormon Slough shantytown. Here’s video of their comments:
Reporter Lori Gilbert and I had the opportunity to speak with 70-year-old Geraldine Hollis last Thursday. She is one of the Tougaloo Nine, a group of students who staged a sit-in at a whites-only library in Jackson, Miss., in 1961. Hollis has a very vivid memory and weaves wonderful tales of life in the Mississippi [...]
On Friday, Stockton firefighters, police and Food 4 Less teamed up to donate $4500 worth of turkeys to the Emergency Food Bank. Here’s a quick video in which the Emergency Food Bank’s Yvonne Derby explains the event and the organization’s needs.