DA: Stockton Man Accused Of Fatally Abusing Infant Was Out Of Prison On Early COVID ReleaseProsecutors say a Stockton man facing child abuse and murder charges after the death of his two-month-old son had been released from prison early due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rising Sacramento Rapper Bris Killed In Weekend ShootingAn up-and-coming rapper named Bris has been identified as the person who died after a shooting in south Sacramento over the weekend
Coronavirus Update: Tracy Safeway Warehouse Workers Scared After Fatal COVID-19 OutbreakFrightened workers at a Safeway distribution center in Tracy were speaking out Friday after one of their colleagues died from complications related to coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Berkeley Reports City's First COVID-19 DeathBerkeley Health Officer Dr. Lisa Hernandez announced Thursday that a resident in their 40s has died of the new coronavirus, the first such death the city has seen so far in the pandemic.
'I Want To Live' - Friends, Family Stunned By The Death Of East Bay Woman From COVID-19Friends and family awakened to the news of the death of Barbara Johnson Hopper, one the first five deaths from COVID-19, in Alameda County. She was 81.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Monterey County Reports First Coronavirus-Related DeathMonterey County Health Department officials on Saturday reported the first COVID-19 coronavirus-related death of a county resident.
First Coronavirus-Related Death Of Homeless Person Sets Off Race To Find Shelter In Santa Clara Co.Homeless advocates in San Jose were highly critical of the response of public health officials and local governments to California's first reported death of a homeless person from novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: San Mateo County Confirms First Coronavirus Death; State Toll At 6Health officials in San Mateo County on Sunday confirmed the county's first coronavirus death, raising the death toll for the state of California to six.
Elderly Nursing Home Patient Dies Becoming 3rd Coronavirus Death In CaliforniaA resident at an assisted living facility in Sacramento has died of complications of COVID-19, according to the Sacramento County Department of Public Health, bringing California's death toll from the coronavirus to three.
Santa Clara County To Ban Gatherings Over 1,000; Confirm First Bay Area Coronavirus DeathPublic Health Department officials in Santa Clara County on Monday evening announced a pending ban on public mass gatherings over 1,000 people that will be enforced by authorities.
Man Who Was On Cruise Ship With Coronavirus Patients Dies In SunnyvalePolice in Sunnyvale on Thursday announced the death of a 72-year-old man who was later determined to have traveled on the same cruise ship with passengers suspected of having the coronavirus.
Stanford Student's On-Campus Death Ruled A Fentanyl OverdoseA Stanford student's death at a campus fraternity last month has been ruled the result of a fentanyl overdose, the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner's Office announced Wednesday.
Palo Alto Utility Worker Killed Doing Work On Electrical TransformerAn employee of the City of Palo Alto's utilities department died Saturday in an accident that happened while a city crew was working to upgrade an electrical transformer.
Man Who Laid Down In San Leandro Road Fatally Struck By A CarA 43-year-old man who apparently deliberately laid down on a road in San Leandro late Thursday night was hit a vehicle and killed, police said.
Coroner: PG&E Power Shutoff Did Not Caused Death Of Pollock Pines Man On OxygenNorthern California fire officials say a man dependent on oxygen died about 12 minutes after Pacific Gas and Electric shut down power to the area as part of a massive effort to prevent fire.