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Boys wrestling: Lodi 55, Bear Creek 13

LODI, CA - The Lodi Flames boys wrestling team defeated Bear Creek 55-13 Thursday night.

The Flames travel to Chavez on Thurday. The Bruins host Lincoln in two weeks.

Boys Wrestling: Lodi 55, Bear Creek 13

LODI, CA - The Lodi Flames boys wrestling team defeated Bear Creek 55-13 Thursday night.

The Flames travel to Chavez on Thurday. The Bruins host Lincoln in two weeks.

Girls basketball: Lincoln-Stockton 66, Lodi 36

LODI, CA - The Lincoln Trojans girls basketball team remained undefeated by beating the Lodi Flames 66-36.

The Trojans (13-0) will host Kennedy this Saturday. The Flames (10-8) will travel to Bear Creek on Tuesday.

Lodi police to hold DUI checkpoint Saturday

LODI - Police officers will conduct a DUI/Driver's license checkpoint on Saturday, Jan. 15 at an undisclosed location within city limites between the hours of 6 p.m. and 2 a.m.

Officers will be checking drivers through the checkpoint for signs of alcohol or drug impairments as well as checking for proper licensing. If officers suspect a driver has been drinking, a field sobriety test will be conducted. If you fail, expect jail, vehicle storage fees, license suspension, insurance rate increases, along with fines, DUI classes and other expenses that could exceed $10,000.

Lodi police Sgt.

Woodbridge neighborhood sues neighbor

WOODBRIDGE, CA - Nine neighbors in an Old Woodbridge community worked together to successfully sue another neighbor.

The neighbors say their neighborhood was held hostage by Juanita Herrera's three sons since they were preteens.

"It started when they moved in," said Joanne Donadio, who has lived in Woodbridge for twenty years.

"When they were kids, they would bully the other kids in the park. Not let them play on the swing set and steal their basketballs."

Other neighbors said the boys' harassment and criminal acts grew worse as they grew older.

"They would throw their garbage over my fence and dead animals," said Karen Soliz, who moved to her Chestnut Street home two years ago.

Alejandriana Soto moved from her home, because of the Herrera family.

"I was scared. They broke two windows in my house and they threw panties and bras in my front yard."

AAA offers free 'Tipsy Tow' service on New Year's Eve

 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA - AAA says there no excuse for drinking and driving this holiday weekend. The company will offer free "Tipsy Tow" service for revelers on New Year's Eve.

From 6 p.m. Friday until 6 a.m. on New Year's Day, in Northern California, anyone who has been drinking, can call (800) 222-4357 and a tow service will take you and your car home for free, up to ten miles. Just tell the AAA operator you need a Tipsy Tow and a truck will be dispatched to your location, whether your a AAA member or not.

The service will provide a one-way ride for the driver and vehicle to the driver's home. If there are additional passengers who need a ride, they will be taken to the driver's home as long as there is sufficient room for them to be transported safely in the tow truck.

Look Up: Lunar eclipse happening Monday night

LOS ANGELES  -- Just in time for Christmas. The year's only total lunar eclipse will happen Monday night or early Tuesday, depending on where you live.

North and Central America and a tiny sliver of South America will have the best view. Weather permitting, skygazers in those regions should be able to view the entire eclipse, expected to last 3 1/2 hours.

The moon is normally illuminated by the sun. During a total lunar eclipse, the full moon passes through the shadow created by
the Earth blocking the sun's light.

Total eclipse begins at 11:41 p.m. PST Monday or 2:41 a.m. EST Tuesday. The totality phase -- when the moon is entirely inside Earth's shadow -- will last a little more than an hour.