If someone calls 911 and they say I’m very sick, I have a high fever, I’m throwing up, that immediately triggers the protocol in the system.
Police arrested a man and a woman Tuesday in connection with a home invasion and severe beating of an elderly couple in El Cerrito last month.
Observances are being held Thursday morning at the sites where Americans were killed by 9/11 terrorist attacks 13 years ago. Around the Bay Area, public transit and law enforcement joined in with their own memorials.
Relatives of Californians who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will get a second chance to apply for college scholarships under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown after investigations found that the state mishandled the program.
A Marysville dispatcher’s training was put to the test when she got a call from her own home saying her toddler was in danger.
A computer failure has crippled the emergency dispatch center for the Brentwood and Antioch area.
A home was destroyed in a one-alarm fire in East Oakland early Wednesday morning.
Oakland’s 911center has undergone a $750,000 upgrade in technology and equipment. The center, which receives an estimated 1,500 calls a day, now meets current standards and improves communications between the public and police.
CBS News Correspondent and former KCBS Reporter Jim Taylor describes the feeling after attending the dedication ceremony for the National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York.
Miami police now say they don’t think Kaepernick was there when police answered two 911 calls — about a naked woman refusing to leave a room at the Viceroy Hotel.