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'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Good Morning co-anchor Keba Arnold will be live during the following Friday's 5 and 6 a.m. newscasts.

Voting began last Friday morning Sept. 13 and ended Tuesday Sept. 17 at 6 p.m.

The winner was announced Wednesday Sept. 18 on News10 Good Morning.

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood'

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood'

News10 Good Morning is coming to Lodi for Breakfast in My Neighborhood on Friday, Sept. 20!

Keba Arnold will be live at either Denis' Country Kitchen or the The Omelet House from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. depending on YOUR vote.

Voting ends at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, so cast your vote right away!

Search for 2014 Women of Tracy Volunteer

The Tracy Women’s Forum Association has a long history of recognizing the outstanding women volunteers that keep our community strong through our Women of Tracy Program. Each year we honor three women in Tracy who give of themselves to make our city a great place to live.

TWFA will be accepting nominations for the 2014 Women of Tracy Awards September 1, 2013 through October 15, 2013. This year we are asking the community, those who see the impact our volunteers make to our schools and community organizations in the greater Tracy and Mountain House area, to nominate those women who have made a difference in our community. We invite the public to nominate their outstanding volunteers as candidates for the 2014 Women of Tracy.

The individuals selected will be honored at our 16

Ripon girls make pet trinkets to help city

Proceeds donated to Ripon Animal Shelter

Three young Ripon girls, 8 to 11 years old, used their ingenuity to raise funds to support the Ripon Animal Shelter so that dogs and cats can be adopted.

First Sergeant Steve Merchant said the police department had been seeking donations from the community to assist with efforts to improve the Ripon Animal Shelter.  In June the shelter opened its doors to the community, holding tours and offering dogs and cats as pets.  It was apparently that tour that spawned the girls' thinking about what they could do to help.

Just prior to school opening for the new semester the girls, accompanied by their parents, visited the police department to donate the monies they had earned creating and selling beaded "Critters for Critters" that are used as key chains, keepsakes and decorations.

Annie Wild, 8, Kiley Holland, 10, and Alana Holland, 11, were thanked by Chief Ormonde for their donation of $31.10.

VIDEO: 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' goes to Dixon

News10 enjoyed breakfast with local residents and the Dixon Mayor at A Street Deli Friday, August 9.

A Street Deli was chosen by viewers in an online vote, beating out Shaw's Family Restaurant .

Morning anchorwoman Keba Arnold broadcast news live at the Dixon's 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' winner and had a chance to interview Dixon Mayor Jack Batchelor, Jr., too.

PHOTOS: 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' goes to Dixon

News10 thanks A Street Deli owner Michael Merritt and staff for the hospitality and fine food.

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