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Sacramento to Celebrate Heart Month with Go Red For Women Event at Arden Fair

Sacramento to Celebrate Heart Month with Go Red For Women Event at Arden Fair

Featuring a Macy’s fashion show, healthy cooking demos, CPR trainings, giveaways and more

WHAT:  The American Heart Association in Sacramento will celebrate American Heart Month with its own Go Red fashion show at Arden Fair on Saturday, February 6. The fashion show will feature local adult and children heart disease survivors, cardiologists and volunteers. The event will also feature healthy cooking demos, free health screenings, CPR trainings and giveaways. Women, men and families of all ages are invited to attend the celebration and to help raise awareness of heart disease as the number one killer of women by wearing red.       

WHO:  The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women is asking everyone to help America Go Red!


Lodi, Calif. – The Grape City Con, returns to the Lodi Grape Festival Grounds on Saturday, February 13, 2016. The one-day pop culture convention will run from 10am-4pm. The first Grape City Con, held this past February exceeded expectations with over 2,500 fans turning out for the event.

Ticket prices for the one-day event are $7 at the door and $5 in advance at select locations and online at http://grapecitycon.com/tickets

American Heart Association Seeks Heart-Healthy Woman For Go Red Total Makeover

American Heart Association Seeks Heart-Healthy Woman For Go Red Total Makeover

44 million women in the U.S. are affected by heart disease and stroke and each of them have a story to tell. Join ABC10’s Dina Kupfer at The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement as she emcees the Go Red Total Makeover on Saturday, February 6 at Arden Fair from 10am to 2pm. The event will spotlight one local heart-healthy woman who is in the process of making herself over from the inside out.

Nominees should be a female resident within the community or surrounding area and have taken action to improve her heart health.  The heart-healthy makeover recipient will receive a $500 Macy’s gift card at the Go Red Total Makeover event, and additionally, will participate in local media and in-studio interviews.

2 people arrested in Lodi homicide

Edgar Corrales, 20, and a 16-year-old male were arrested and will be booked for murder with gang enhancements according to the Lodi Police Department.

The two suspects were arrested after Stockton police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle they were in, causing one of them to flee on foot and discard a firearm. Another firearm was located inside the vehicle, Lodi police said. 

Both suspects were affiliated with local street gangs. Corrales was booked into county jail and the 16-year-old was booked into juvenile hall, Lodi police said.

No arrests yet in 2 separate Lodi shootings that happened 14 hours apart

LODI, CA – Though no arrests have been made following two Lodi murders in a 14-hour period, police are investigating the possibility the killings are connected and gang related.

The first murder happened Sunday afternoon when a 20-year-old man was shot in the back in a driveway on South Garfield Street.  Police only knew that a light-colored SUV was where the gunfire came from.   The victim was identified as Silvestre Guzman Bedolla Jt.

The second murder happened about 4:30 Monday morning, just 14 hours later, several blocks away.   Relatives identified the victim as 27-year-old Louis Delatorre. They said Delatorre was involved in gang activity as teenager but changed his ways for his two daughters.

Police said he was shot in his truck as he prepared to leave for work.

Second fatal Lodi shooting in less than 24 hours

It’s been less than 24 hours since Lodi Police Department responded to a fatal shooting along S. Garfield Street, but investigators were back in the area Monday morning responding to another.

The incident occurred around 4:38 a.m. on East Oak Street, less than half a mile away from the scene of another fatal shooting that occurred at the corner of South Garfield and E. Tokay streets.

When police arrived at the scene of the Monday shooting, officers discovered a 27-year-old Hispanic man in a vehicle parked on the street. According to police, the man had suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police report an investigation is already underway, searching the area for evidence and conducting neighborhood interviews for possible witnesses.

Lodi bat attack victim is back home

Chronic headaches is one of the consequences Jackie PIckett has to live with after police say a teenager beat her with a bat, leaving her unconscious.

The obvious question after the attack was, "Why?" But Jackie just wants to pick it up from here.

“Everything happens for a reason,” Jackie said. “I'm so excited for life.”

She doesn't know her suspected attacker, 17-year-old Dulce Rios who is being charged as an adult. Rios is being examined to determine if she's mentally stable for a trial.

Jackie says she holds “no anger or hostility towards anyone,” including the suspect.

She was attacked when she was walking her dogs in Beckman Park in Lodi. Although she doesn’t remember the moments before or after the beating, she has been told if it wasn’t for a man who called police, maybe she wouldn’t be alive today.

Man killed in Lodi shooting

A man is dead in Lodi after a drive-by shooting around 2 in the afternoon. Investigators say the victim is a 20-year-old man who was shot near Garfield and Tokay streets. 

San Joaquin County to Launch Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Services for HIV Prevention

San Joaquin County to Launch Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Services for HIV Prevention

Submitted by Krista Dommer, San Joaquin County Public Health Services

Approximately 80 San Joaquin County Residents become newly infected with HIV every year

San Joaquin County Public Health Services (PHS) will begin offering HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in February. 

PrEP is a way for people who do not have HIV, but who have an increased chance of getting it, to prevent HIV infection by taking a pill called Truvada every day. Truvada has been shown to be safe and to help HIV-negative people to stay that way. PrEP is used along with other prevention methods, such as condoms. When taken daily, PrEP can reduce the chance of getting HIV by more than 90 percent. If not taken daily, PrEP will not be as protective against HIV infection.

Cosies for the Win

Cosies for the Win

Modesto-Con's Cosie Weekend at the Westside Theatre January 9th was a great sucess raising $1425.00 for the Haven's Women Center of Stanislaus Co.

Modesto-Con brought to the Westside Theatre in Newman, CA, the first ever Awards show of it's kind, the NorCal Cosies, along with a Mini Con(Cosie Con) during the day that had nearly 650 people in attendance over the 5 hours.

The NorCal Cosies Kicked off at 6pm sharp, with 10 categories with 3 finalist with a capactiy crowd who were the judges. The only trouble anyone had was in choosing who the winners would be.

Carrie Shea and Nick Silva kept the night flowing and the crowd entertaine, along with special dance performance by Spotlight Dance Company.

See you all July 9th and 10th at the Modesto Centre Plaza, for Modesto Con.