UPDATE: Southbound Hwy 17 Lanes Cleared After Woman Jumps Off Pedestrian BridgePolice in San Jose have cleared the scene of an incident Saturday where a woman jumped off a pedestrian bridge onto Highway 17, forcing the closure of southbound lanes for over an hour.
Fatal Crash Snarls Traffic on Northbound 101 Near Alum Rock Avenue in San JoseAn investigation into a fatal crash reported by the California Highway Patrol Saturday morning on northbound U.S. Highway 101 near Alum Rock Avenue in San Jose is snarling traffic in the area.
South Bay Congressman Welcomes Afghan Refugees Arriving in FremontThere's a new life awaiting Afghan refugees landing in Fremont after the Taliban takeover and, on Friday, Rep. Ro Khanna met with some refugees and told them they are welcome here.
UPDATE: 3 Charged In Hate Crime Spree Targeting Asian Women Across Bay AreaThree suspects have been charged in a hate crime spree involving dozens of purse snatches and robberies throughout the San Francisco Bay Area targeting Asian women, authorities announced Friday.
Heroic Rescue By Surfer After Vehicle Plunges Over Santa Cruz CliffA surfer rescued three people Friday after their vehicle plunged off a cliff at Santa Cruz's Sunny Cove Beach and crashed into the water, authorities said.
DA Rules Fatal San Jose Police Shooting Of Demetrius Stanley Was Justified The Santa Clara County District Attorney's office has ruled that an undercover San Jose police officer acted lawfully when he shot and killed Demetrius Stanley in May.
Family: Woman Fatally Shot By 15-Year-Old Brother In East San JoseA 26-year-old woman died in East San Jose Wednesday night, after being shot by her 15-year-old brother, according to family statements.
VTA Light Rail Set To Resume Full Operations For First Time Since MassacreThe Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority announced Light Rail service will be fully operational starting on Saturday.
COVID: Millbrae City Council Puts Vaccine Mandate to a HaltMillbrae's City Council will not move forward with a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for certain businesses in the city, including outdoor dining, after a councilmember floated the idea during a council meeting on Wednesday.
San Jose Man Charged In 'Horrific' Torture Murder Of 72-Year-OldA 25-year-old San Jose man was charged with the murder Thursday of a 72-year-old man who was tied to a chair, repeatedly stabbed and then drowned in a bathtub, prosecutors said.
Spraying To Take Place In Palo Alto, Mountain View After West Nile Virus DetectedSanta Clara County's Vector Control District will conduct mosquito control treatment in parts of Palo Alto and Mountain View on Friday after detecting the West Nile virus in mosquitos in those areas.
Mountain View May Transform Stretch Of Castro Street Into Pedestrian Mall, PlazaThe charm of Downtown Mountain View could soon be changing with plans of transforming busy Castro Street into a pedestrian mall or plaza.
John Getreu Convicted Of 1974 Cold Case Murder On Stanford CampusA jury convicted 77-year-old John Getreu Tuesday of first-degree murder in one of two cold case murders on the Stanford University campus from the 1970s he was charged with after new DNA evidence was uncovered.
Campbell Police, District Attorney Honor Local Man, Officers For Stopping Potential Mass ShootingOfficials from the Campbell Police and the county’s district attorney’s office honored a local man Wednesday for his role in preventing a possible mass shooting.
Santa Cruz County Supervisors Appoint First County Public DefenderThe Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors has appointed Heather Rogers as the county's first-ever public defender.