The FBI and police in San Mateo County are searching for a man they dubbed the “Valentine’s Day Bandit.” Authorities said he is the suspect in two recent bank robberies on the Peninsula.
A new law is being proposed in California, after hundreds of advanced placement test scores were invalidated due to testing irregularities at Mills High School in Millbrae.
The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office wants the public’s help in locating a man who robbed a bank in Millbrae at gunpoint on Friday.
A mountain lion was reported in a residential backyard in Millbrae early Friday morning, according to San Mateo County emergency officials.
Earlier this week, the city of Millbrae’s Planning Commission voted unanimously to revoke FlightCar’s conditional permit to operate – citing a long list of problems, including illegally operating a generator, poor maintenance of shrubbery and fire code violations.
A federal appeals court has upheld the death sentence for a former Bay Area policeman who killed six people in 1983.
The FBI and San Francisco police released more information Tuesday about two separate series of bank robberies recently in the city and along the Peninsula.
One firefighter was treated at a hospital after being injured in a fire in Millbrae Friday that damaged five apartments.
Mills High School students who had their Advanced Placement tests invalidated due to seating irregularities turned to help from Congresswoman, who held a meeting in Washington on Monday night in an attempt to reinstate the their test scores.
The College Board and Educational Testing Service has invalidated more than 200 Advanced Placement tests at a Millbrae high school due to “seating irregularities.”