Shelter in place
Police are searching for a man suspected in two carjackings Tuesday morning—one in Milpitas and a second in San Jose as police locked down a neighborhood looking for him.
Air readings show the leak from the 16-inch pipeline does not pose a significant health threat but is releasing a sulfurous odor. However, when the repair process begins, the odor may intensify.
A suspicious device was found on a Fairfield street Friday afternoon, Fairfield police said.
A six-alarm fire at a plastics company in Fairfield sent black smoke billowing into the air above the East Bay Tuesday afternoon, prompting a hazardous materials team to respond.
A suspicious backpack found near San Francisco’s federal courthouse building Friday afternoon has been deemed harmless and the all-clear signal has been given.
A shelter-in-place order was lifted late Thursday morning for a Santa Rosa neighborhood where a fire burned a pile of debris that included a leaking gas cylinder, officials said.
The San Jose Fire Department’s hazardous materials team responded Saturday morning to an aqueous ammonia leak at a Santa Clara Valley water treatment plant.
PG&E crews have capped a natural gas leak that prompted a shelter-in-place warning Monday morning for two San Francisco schools in the city’s Outer Mission neighborhood.
Tesoro Corp. was in the process of restarting its Martinez refinery Thursday after a power outage sent plumes of black smoke into the air, leading to a shelter-in-place order.
Health officials in Contra Costa County issued a shelter-in-place warning for a couple hours Wednesday for residents in Avon, Clyde and North Concord after Tesoro’s Golden Eagle refinery in nearby Martinez spewed black smoke into the sky.