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KeHE Distributors bringing 200 jobs to Stockton

KeHE Distributors bringing 200 jobs to Stockton

KeHE Distributors, LLC announced Friday that the company anticipates adding 200 jobs in Stockton this year. The company, which is the largest distributor of specialty food products and one of the largest distributors of natural food products in North America, plans to open its newest distribution center in the city.

The company will move into 450,000 square feet of the NorCal Logistics Center, near Arch Road and New Castle Road, east of highway 99. They will distribute frozen and fresh grocery products to customers throughout Northern California... Read More

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Sheriff: Modesto cockfighting operation busted


Stanislaus County sheriff's deputies broke up a cockfighting operation in south Modesto on Saturday.

The sheriff's department said responding deputies found several people participating in rooster fighting, approximately 50 roosters in cages, three dead roosters, a cockfight ring and items used to prompt the roosters to fight in the backyard of a home in the 2000 block of Poland Road.

Deputies arrested the home's resident, 42 year old Felix Burciago on suspicion of animal cruelty - fighting animals or birds, and possession of implements used to fight roosters.

Animal Control removed the birds.


Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts campus gets accreditation

Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts campus gets accreditation

MODESTO — The Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts Physical Therapy program has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). Gurnick has campuses across Northern California, including one in Modesto... Read More

Fashion designer turns attention to Ecco Domani Wines

Fashion designer turns attention to Ecco Domani Wines

MODESTO — Ecco Domani Wines announced Thursday that fashion designer Zac Posen will dress its Pinot Grigio bottle in an exclusive limited-edition design for summer 2015.

This is the first time that Ecco Domani Wines, which is marketed and distributed by Galo Wines in the U.S., will use a fashion designer to dress one of its bottles... Read More

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Bird flu found in commercial turkey flock in Stanislaus County


WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal agriculture officials say they have found avian influenza in a commercial turkey flock in central California.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Saturday that the facility in Stanislaus County has been quarantined and birds from the affected flock will not enter the food system.

Testing occurred after the flock experienced a spike in deaths.

Officials said there is no immediate public health concern and the detected strain - H5N8 - is not known to harm humans. There have been no human cases of this strain of the bird flu reported in the U.S. or internationally.

The bird flu strain H5N1 ravaged poultry across Asia in 2003 and is more easily spread among humans.

Reminder: To kill bacteria and viruses in poultry and eggs, cook food to an internal temperature of 165 degrees.


Boy bitten, wounded by Tracy police K9


A teenage boy was bitten and injured by a Tracy police K9 Thursday night, police said.

The teen was treated at a nearby hospital and then released. Police said the boy suffered minor injuries.

The incident happened around 8:45 p.m. on the 1700 block of Cherry Blossom Lane. Police said an on-duty officer parked and secured his patrol car with the K9 in the back seat before walking away from his unit.

At some point, the K9 got out of the car and attacked the boy.

A good Samaritan, who was driving by, saw the dog jump at the teen. The driver got out of the car and pulled the dog off the boy. Neighbor Gary Manuel ran outside after hearing the boy's screams.

Women's center opens new shelter for domestic violence survivors in Tracy


A new shelter for women and their children leaving a home with domestic violence was opened Friday in Tracy.

The location has 12 beds and is operated by the Women's Center-Youth and Family Services.

Director Joelle Gomez said it was important for a shelter to be created in that part of San Joaquin County.

"People access services in their community, far more than they do reaching out to the unknown," Gomez said. "She may not have transportation, work and school may not be in that community. It makes so much sense to have a facility and safe place for women and children in their community."