A Rohnert Park man was arrested after tearing apart a Starbucks and assaulting a police officer in Santa Rosa Saturday morning.
As an ex-cop, Christopher Dorner knows the police playbook back-to-front, which makes the job of tracking and taking him down even tougher.
Some merchants in the Mission District plan to join the party if the San Francisco 49ers win the Super Bowl this Sunday, even as several make plans to board up windows and guard their stores in case the fans start to run wild.
A naked man was shot and killed by police in Vallejo early Sunday and another naked man arrested after a bizarre, drug-fueled disturbance that also included a house fire and the decapitation of three birds, according to police.
A fleeing suspect who struck an officer with her car and later tried to ram her way through police lines injured two police officers in San Jose Thursday, a police spokesman said.
For the first time since Monday’s shooting at Oikos University in Oakland, students were allowed to go inside the school to retrieve belongings.
The suspect charged in the nation’s largest school shooting since Virginia Tech changed his name a decade ago because he felt his birth name sounded like a girl’s name.
Ellen Cervellon, director of the nursing program at Oikos University, wasn’t on campus Monday when her former student, One Goh, came looking for her then went on his rampage.
One L. Goh was arraigned Wednesday on the seven counts along with three counts of attempted murder. He did not enter a plea during the brief court appearance.
Six students and one employee died when a gunman opened fire at Christian-based Oikos University in Oakland. Three other people were wounded.