Phil Abba's family has been growing grapes in Acampo since the 1930's. “This time of year, they’re going into dormancy as the cold weather goes on," said Abba. But now, Modesto-based wine giant Gallo is proposing to build a massive winery directly across the street from his home. "We're not opposed to the project, the Gallo project. We think it's great for the county and would be a great project, but we feel it doesn't fit the area," Abba added.
The man who was caught in northern California, after escaping a psychiatric hospital in Hawaii, entered a courtroom in Stockton for a hearing Friday afternoon. Wearing red, indicating an elevated security risk, 59 year old Randall Saito appeared in a San Joaquin County courtroom facing a "fugitive from justice" charge. Randall Saito, 59, escaped from the hospital Sunday and got on a chartered plane in Maui where he headed to California, said Honolulu police.
Navy veteran Albert Revives suffers from depression and anxiety. The conditions stem from serving aboard a ship following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. "We were warned big time about what's up there," the honorably discharged Stockton veteran Revives said. "And my life changed, as well as my shipmates at the time. We were a combative ship,"He served in the Navy from 1997 to 2003 using his skills as part of the military's anti-air missile defense.
Attorneys for Miracle Mile landlord Christopher Bennitt file a "cross complaint" against the city of Stockton. They allege "retaliation" against him in order for the city to "ultimately gain possession" of his property. His building shut down in June for code violations. @ABC10
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Selecting a term
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