News Network: Stockton
In this week's
installment of News Network we take a look at some major stories in
Stockton right now. Stockton Record
Columnist Michael Fitzgerald
has the latest on the city's efforts to move through bankruptcy and
Daly tells us about "Operation Frontline," the city's undercover
crime fighting effort.
Growing Up Latino
A panel of renowned experts
and speakers, moderated by award-winning journalist and Latino
executive producer and host Maria Hinojosa, will explore
the challenges of growing up Latino/a today. "Growing up Latino and Surviving to 25"
at 6 p.m. at UC Davis. We'll talk with two of the panelists: Dr.
Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola, who along with Dr. Lina Mendez of the UC
Davis Center for Reducing Health Disparities, will share key
findings from a June 2012 study of the landscape of mental health
services for Latinos in California; and Nikko Gabriel Reynoso, a UC
Davis student who will speak about his personal experiences coping
with identity and family. And we'll talk with Hinojosa about why
the panel discussion is happening here.
Spring Gardening It's Spring! It's time to
talk about warm weather plantings. Quentyn Young, Nursery Manager
of the Fair Oaks Boulevard Nursery, comes to give us some insight
on what to plant and when, and Christina Lewis and Tom Pimienta
speaks to the benefits of using native plants in gardens.