COVID: Long Wait For Tests As Bay Area Health Officials Brace For Post Holiday SurgePublic health officials are once again racing to meet the demand for COVID-19 testing as the Bay Area braces for a spike in cases after the Christmas and New Year's holidays.
Salinas Police Cite Man For Spinning Donuts in Front of Police StationA driver acted a little too brazenly in front of Salinas Police officers Sunday night and learned there are doughnuts cops don’t like.
UPDATE: Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck By Multiple Cars In San Jose Hit-and-Run CrashPolice are investigating a deadly hit-and-run crash on S. White Road and East Hills Drive in the Alum Rock area of San Jose Sunday night.
Man Suspected of Killing Ex-Girlfriend Leads Milpitas Police on Chase Before CrashingA high-speed pursuit involving Milpitas police and a man suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend and speeding away with her body ended Sunday afternoon in Fremont, when the suspect crashed the car.
COVID Clinic at San Jose Museum Aims to Vaccinate and Educate FamiliesFamilies preparing for the return to school in the new year visited the Children's Discovery Museum in San Jose Sunday for a COVID clinic offering dual doses of vaccine and learning.
Report: South Bay Hip-Hop Producer, 'Hyphy' Icon Traxamillion Dead at 43A Bay Area hip-hop mainstay who was a major producer behind the "hyphy movement" during the 2000s, San Jose beatmaker Traxamillion has died at age 43, according to social media reports.
COVID: San Francisco, Santa Cruz Health Officials Adopt Shorter Quarantine Guidelines After CDC DecisionThe public health departments in San Francisco and Santa Cruz County announced Friday they are aligning with new shortened COVID-19 isolation and quarantine guidelines set by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
2 Arrested, Additional Suspect Sought In King City Double Homicide Over Christmas WeekendTwo people are in custody and more are still at large in connection with a double homicide in King City last weekend, police said.
Pacific Grove’s Asilomar Beach Closed After Massive Sewage SpillThe Monterey County Health Department announced Thursday that it closed parts of Asilomar Beach after 1,000 gallons of sewage released from a manhole into a nearby storm drain.
Resident Dies In Sunnyvale Homeless Encampment FireA 25-year-old woman was killed Wednesday evening when a fire erupted inside a homeless encampment located in the rear of a commercial building in Sunnyvale.
Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones Announces RetirementStockton Police Chief Eric Jones announced his retirement Thursday after 29 years with the department, including nine years as the chief.
Concerns About South Bay Homeless As New Year To Begin With Cold Snap, Lows Near FreezingFollowing a winter storm, unseasonably cold overnight temperatures are going to stick around in the South Bay for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, prompting worries about the unhoused.
Monterey County Judge Sentences Violent Thief To 15 Years In PrisonA judge sentenced 38-year-old Francis Anthony Humes to 15 years in prison for a series of offenses, including leading a high speed chase back in February where he rammed his vehicle into three patrol cars.
The 'Deluge Is Here'; Health Official Warns Of New Year's Eve Gatherings Spreading Omicron With new cases of the omicron variant soaring, health officials were warning of the threat New Year's Eve gatherings presented to the spread of the highly contagious strain of the COVID-19 virus.
Jury In Holmes Trial Continues Deliberating After Closed-Door MeetingFollowing a surprise closed-door meeting, the jury deliberating fraud charges against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes continued Wednesday.