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Raw court video

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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Geraldine Hollis, one of Tougaloo Nine, recounts early years

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 […]

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What’s in a (violin’s) name?

I headed out to Marshall Elementary last week with Reporter Roger Phillips and Photographer Calixtro Romias. You can read the story, published in today’s paper, here. The final video is here. Here is a moment that didn’t make it into the final video: When instructor Luana Hernandez asked the children to think of names for […]

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There can be only one

Tara’s already blogged a bit about our experience shooting video out at Lincoln High as football season gets underway. As she mentioned, it was my first time doing football video. And despite being in pep band all four years in high school, I had retained astonishingly little knowledge about the game. But I think it […]

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I don’t want to be the crutch

I’m a runner. It’s my form of exercise and stress relief away from work. A short run for me is a five-mile jaunt around the city of Tracy. I run with two friends for six or more miles in Mountain House up to three times a week. I spend a lot of time putting foot […]

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The art of not falling in

This past weekend, Scott Linesburgh wrote a story about making the most of the Delta waterways, using a trip out on Jim Painter’s BottomLine as the launching point for the story. I went along for the ride with Scott and Record Photo Editor Craig Sanders. The easy part was motoring out of the Stockton Sailing […]

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Full video of Mayor Ann Johnston’s State of the City address

From the May 19, 2011 State of the City address at the Port of Stockton:

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More from ‘Stockton is Magnificient’

I shot video at the “Stockton is Magnificent” block party on the Miracle Mile Saturday afternoon. I got to Pacific Avenue at about 11:30 a.m., just in time to see the line up happen for the photo shot and displayed on A1 of The Record on April 24 – that will also be enlarged and […]

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When llamas attack (Or is it kissing?)

I covered AgVenture at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The annual event brings out third-grade students from all over Stockton. It’s a day of fun, facts and animals. Near the end of my trip to the fairgrounds (documented in video by Web Content Producer Katie Combs), I ended up over near the animals […]

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Merry Cherpumple!

In November, Record copy editor Genette Brookshire and me embarked on a never-before-done fete for the newspaper. We baked and built a Cherpumple. The monster pie-cake, invented by Los Angeles humorist Charles Phoenix, was a crazy venture that took us nearly 10 hours when all was said and done. (To be fair, Genette did most […]

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