An East Bay woman is out of jail Monday, two days after Central Valley authorities cited and arrested her for speeding three times in a one-hour span.
The San Jose City Council has approved a plan to slow traffic around some school zones. Under phase one, speeds are being lowered around three schools. One of those schools is Booksin Elementary in Willow Glen, where speed limits will go from 25 mph to 15 mph.
The California Highway Patrol is stepping up patrols on the Bay Bridge to make sure that the 40 miles an hour speed limit is enforced on the s-curve.
The California Highway patrol cited 24 people for speeding Friday in Santa Rosa in only an hour and a half, officials said Saturday.
A pickup truck driver who was pulled over for speeding near Lake Sonoma on Saturday afternoon was found with several unregistered guns in his truck, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The CHP has decided to double the number of patrols during a twelve hour stretch, beginning at nine o’clock at night.
As schools go back in session, public safety officials are reminding drivers to slow down in school zones.