Santa Clara Police Search for Elderly Man and Dog Who Went Missing SundaySanta Clara police are looking for an elderly man who went for a walk around 2 p.m. Sunday and hadn't returned home four hours later.
Palo Alto Launches Response Team for People Experiencing Mental Health CrisesCity officials in Palo Alto announced on Friday the launch of its Psychiatric Emergency Response Team, which pairs Palo Alto police officers with licensed mental health clinicians to serve people experiencing mental health crises.
South Bay Retailer Shutters Store in Response to Smash-and-Grab Crime WaveA longtime San Jose business owner has cleared out his shop and closed his doors indefinitely amid a spate of brazen retail robberies across the Bay Area.
Small San Jose Merchants Worry About Being Next Targets For Smash-And-Grab RobbersThe recent surge of smash-and-grab robberies in the Bay Area has businesses on edge. But one group of merchants are concerned about being easy targets for the next robbery.
San Jose City Council Implements Residential Irrigation RestrictionsThe city of San Jose this week implemented a rule to limit outdoor irrigation to two days a week as part of an effort to reduce water use by 15 percent amid the ongoing drought.
Man Found Dead In San Jose Home Over Thanksgiving Weekend, Ruled As HomicideThe Santa Clara County Coroner's office has ruled the death of a man whose body was found inside a San Jose home over Thanksgiving weekend was a homicide.
Owner of Acupuncture Clinics Chain Pleads No Contest to Insurance Fraud Santa Clara County prosecutors announced Thursday that the owner of four acupuncture clinics in the South Bay plead no contest to felony insurance fraud and violating California’s aggravated white-collar statute.
Smash-And-Grab Thieves Hit San Jose Eastridge Mall Jewelry Store; 5 SoughtA group of thieves pulled off another smash-and-grab robbery in San Jose at the Eastridge Mall Thursday afternoon.
Santa Cruz Man Sentenced To 6 Years In Federal Prison For Vicious Hate Crime Attack A 45-year-old Santa Cruz man has been sentenced to 6 years in federal prison for committing a federal hate crime in connection with stabbing a Black man 10-20 times while yelling the racial slurs during a vicious assault with a knife on a city street in 2020.
COVID: As Offices Sit Empty, Investors Bet Big On Strong Recovery For Downtown San JoseRecord-setting investments and big commercial office deals are still happening in Silicon Valley, even though many of the big office buildings are still empty during the pandemic.
Arrest Made In Stalking, Sexual Assault Of Legally Blind Woman In CupertinoNearly seven months after a legally blind woman was stalked and sexually assaulted in Cupertino, authorities announced an arrest in the case.