Large, Invasive Rodents, Nutria, Still A Problem In San Joaquin CountyDespite the state spending more money to get rid of nutria, the problem seems to be getting worse in San Joaquin County.
Sheriff: 2 Juveniles Shot In San Joaquin CountyTwo juveniles were struck by gunfire in Victor around 8:15 p.m. Monday, according to a tweet from the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department. 
Father Of Cold Case Murder Victim Reacts To San Joaquin County Case BacklogThe San Joaquin County Sheriff wants to hire two new detectives to investigate cold cases.
San Joaquin Co. Man Facing Charges After Allegedly Contacting Detective Posing As Minor For SexA San Joaquin County man is facing charges after allegedly soliciting sex from a minor online.
San Joaquin County Cracks Down On Sideshows, Makes 81 Traffic Stops In One NightOfficers from the San Joaquin County Side Show Task Force made more than 80 traffic stops Sunday in an effort to combat slideshow activity in the county. 
Thieves Break Into 72 Mailboxes, Leaving Community Without Safe Way To Get Mail At HomeA rural area is rocked by a series of mailbox break-ins.
Cherry Farmers Predicting A Record Harvest Are Concerned There Won't Be Enough Labor To Pick The CropIt could be a record year for San Joaquin Valley Cherry Farmers if the weather continues to cooperate until harvest next month. 
DA: Stockton Officer Justified In Using Lethal Force To Stop Carjacking SuspectThe San Joaquin County district attorney has issued a report three years after a Stockton police officer shot and killed a carjacking suspect.
On-Demand Ride Service Makes Eye-Catching Splash In San Joaquin CountyIt's a moving piece of art designed to compete with popular ride-share services like Uber and Lyft.
Last Asparagus Farmer In San Joaquin County Considering Calling It QuitsStockton's last asparagus farmer is considering ditching the crop after retailers switched to importing the vegetable from Mexico.
San Joaquin, LA Counties Aim To Wipe Out More Than 50K Old Pot Convictions Using AlgorithmsLos Angeles prosecutors are joining other California district attorneys to tap technology that could wipe out or reduce more than 50,000 old marijuana convictions.