Fire Races Through Fremont Apartment Complex; 17 Residents Flee Flames And SmokeA fire quickly spread within a Fremont apartment complex Wednesday evening, driving 17 residents from their homes and destroying two vehicles, authorities said.
Resentment Builds When COVID-19 Reopening Rules Apply To Some Businesses, But Not OthersWhen the COVID-19 shutdown began, we were “all in this together,” but as some businesses like Tesla are allowed to reopen, there is growing resentment among those that can’t.
Fremont Educators Celebrate 'Day Of The Teacher' Feeding Essential WorkersWednesday may have been designated as "Day of the Teacher" in California, but members of the Fremont Unified District Teachers Association decided to mark it by honoring local frontline workers with a free lunch.
Man Accused Of Attacking Grocery Store Worker, 2 Others In FremontPolice in Fremont arrested a man on Monday after he allegedly attacked three people unprovoked, including a grocery store employee.
Coronavirus Update: Defiant Musk Confirms Tesla Fremont Plant Reopening; Gov. Newsom UnawareTesla founder Elon Musk took to social media and filed a lawsuit over the weekend to force the reopening of his Fremont assembly plant and threatening to move the operation out of California. On Monday, shift workers were seen streaming in and out of parking lots at the sprawling plant.
Bat Found In Fremont Neighborhood Last Week Tests Positive For RabiesAuthorities in the East Bay on Monday announced that a bat found in the Cherry/Guardino area of Fremont last week has tested positive for rabies.
Coronavirus Update: Elon Musk Says Tesla Going To Court To Force Reopening Of Fremont Assembly PlantTesla founder Elon Musk took to social media Saturday, posting that the automaker was headed to court to force the reopening of its Fremont assembly plant and threatening to move the operation out of California.
Coronavirus Update: Flouting County Lockdown, Tesla Brings Workers Back to Fremont FactoryOne major Bay Area company is doing it's best to get its workers back on the job. The only problem? The call to return to work is against current Alameda County health orders.
Manhunt For Masked Suspects In Armed Fremont Home Invasion RobberyFremont police were investigating an armed home invasion robbery in broad daylight, involving suspects wearing masks, on Tuesday.
16 Vehicles Damaged In 2-Alarm Fire At Fremont Auto Dealership Repair ShopFire crews in Fremont were able to extinguish a two-alarm fire that broke out in the repair shop of a Mercedes-Benz dealership Tuesday afternoon, but not before over a dozen vehicles sustained damage from water, smoke or fire, according to authorities.
Tesla Posts Surprise First Quarter Profit Despite COVID-19 Plant Shutdown, LossesTesla surprised investors and managed to eke out a small first-quarter net profit just as the coronavirus started to affect the electric car and solar panel maker.
Fremont Police Arrest Man For Domestic Disturbance, StandoffPolice in Fremont Sunday night arrested a man after what started as a domestic violence situation involving a firearm turned into a two-hour standoff, police officers said.
Suspect Cited, Released By Fremont Police After Abandoning Stolen Car, Fighting With OfficersFremont Police arrested a suspect late Wednesday who had stolen a vehicle, abandoned the still-moving car and fought with officers in Union City, but were forced to cite and release him due to current judicial orders keeping suspects out of custody over coronavirus concerns. 
Fremont Serial Burglary Suspect Re-Arrested Days After $0 Bail Release; 3 Others Arrested, Released AgainA Fremont man who was arrested on numerous charges including multiple counts of commercial burglary - and then released on zero bail - was re-arrested nine days after his release after another major crime spree in Santa Clara County and then released again on zero bail, according to authorities.
Coronavirus Update: Fremont Property Crime Jumps 30 Percent During Shelter In Place; Beefed Up Patrols At SchoolsFremont police took to social media Sunday, posting photos of increased patrols at shuttered schools that have been targeted by property thieves.