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News10 hosts 'Breakfast on the Job' at UC Davis Children's Hospital next Friday!

News10 hosts 'Breakfast on the Job' at UC Davis Children's Hospital next Friday!

News10's popular morning segment 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' is morphing into 'Breakfast on the Job' during the next few weeks, when we'll be bringing breakfast to you on the job.

It's our way of honoring those that serve our community, while letting our viewers learn about potential job opportunities.

ENCOURAGEMENT AND APPRECIATION ARE CONTAGIOUS

ENCOURAGEMENT AND APPRECIATION ARE CONTAGIOUS

This week, notice the people around you (young and old).  The clerk at the grocery store.  Your next door neighbor.  A co-worker.  A barista at your favorite coffee house.  Offer a few words of encouragement or appreciation...

WATCH: 'Breakfast on the Job' honoring Lodi Firefighters this Friday!

WATCH: 'Breakfast on the Job' honoring Lodi Firefighters this Friday!

'Breakfast on the Job'  is our way of spotlighting those that serve our community, while letting our viewers learn about potential job opportunities.

This week News10 will be honoring Lodi firefighters at Lodi Fire Station 1.

Look for News10 Meteorologist Rob Carlmark, who will be having breakfast with the firemen, while broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. this Friday, May 1. 

Watch 'Breakfast on the Job' this Friday at Lodi Fire Station 1

Watch 'Breakfast on the Job' this Friday at Lodi Fire Station 1


Corinthian Colleges to shut down remaining campuses, including Heald College

Corinthian Colleges to shut down remaining campuses, including Heald College

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - Corinthian Colleges will shut down all of its remaining 28 ground campuses, displacing about 16,000 students.

The announcement comes less than two weeks after the U.S. Department of Education announced it was fining the for-profit institution $30 million for misrepresentation.

News10 hosts 'Breakfast on the Job' at Lodi Fire Station 1 next Friday!

News10 hosts 'Breakfast on the Job' at Lodi Fire Station 1 next Friday!

News10's popular morning segment 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' is morphing into 'Breakfast on the Job' for the next three weeks, when we'll bring breakfast to you on the job.

It's our way of honoring those that serve our community, while letting our viewers learn about potential job opportunities.

We launched it today by bringing donuts to employees and volunteers at the Front Street Animal Shelter and to Rancho Cordova CHP dispatchers.

SCOE Offers the new ETS High School Equivalency Test - HiSET

SCOE Offers the new ETS High School Equivalency Test - HiSET

The Stanislaus County Office of Education (SCOE) is proud to introduce the new ETS High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) a national testing program that provides an accessible and affordable alternative to the GED (General Education Diploma) test.

Beginning on April 14, 2015, the HiSET Testing Services will be available at SCOE’s Petersen Educational Pathways testing center located at 715 13th Street, Modesto.  HiSET test-takers must schedule testing dates/time and payment through hiset.ets.org.  For general questions not found on the HiSET website contact SCOE at (209) 238-6506.  SCOE is the only testing site in the Stanislaus County and provides both GED and HiSET testing.

Are New Melones lake releases for fish necessary?


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Fish biologists who study fish populations on the Stanislaus River near Oakdale said Thursday large releases of water from New Melones Lake to help fish were not necessary.

"We don't feel the releases are doing anything to benefit fish populations. The monitoring we've done for 20 years, the current releases are no benefit to the fish," Fishbio's Doug Demko said.

Endangered bighorn sheep moved to Yosemite, Sequoia parks


FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - Wildlife officials say bighorn sheep have been relocated to their ancestral range in the Sierra Nevada, putting the endangered animal on a path to recovery.

Tom Stephenson of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife said Monday that herds of bighorn have been moved to parts of Yosemite and Sequoia national parks.

Thousands of the sheep once roamed the High Sierra, but over-hunting and disease nearly caused their extinction.

Stephenson says the 600 bighorn sheep that still exist occupy areas critical to their survival.

Yosemite wildlife biologist Sarah Stock says only the most intrepid park visitors to will see the sheep because the animals were released at high elevations.