Man Arrested on Warrant, Weapons Charge by Sunnyvale DPS A Sunnyvale man was tracked down by authorities and arrested Tuesday after he fled from a traffic stop in a vehicle that contained a loaded weapon, drugs, and stolen property.
Hundreds Gather in Livermore to Honor Teen Killed in Car CrashOn Saturday night, hundreds from the Livermore community came together for a vigil at Livermore High School, honoring the teenager killed in a recent crash and to show support for the five others who all ended up in the hospital.
Former Cisco Executive Sentenced to 3 Years by Federal CourtA former executive at Cisco Systems, Inc., received a 3-year prison sentence and was ordered to pay more than $3 million in restitution to the San Jose-based technology conglomerate and to the IRS.
COVID: Lawsuit Names State Prison Leaders in Death of San Quentin GuardThe family of a San Quentin State Prison guard who died from COVID-19 after an outbreak among inmates and staff last year filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Tuesday against the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Registered Sex Offender Arrested for Indecent Exposure in SunnyvaleSunnyvale police are seeking additional information on a sex offender who may have recently exposed himself to one or more victims.
COVID: San Joaquin Co. ICUs Above Capacity Due To Spike In CasesSan Joaquin County Public Health officials reported Tuesday a rise in COVID-19 cases throughout the county, leaving intensive care units above capacity.
Concord City Council Meeting Saturday To Select New Naval Weapons Station Master DeveloperThe Concord City Council is holding a special meeting Saturday morning to consider the selection of a new master developer for the former Concord Naval Weapons Station, a redevelopment project that has been mired in delays and controversies for years.
Former Alameda Deputies Convicted on 11 Felony CountsOn Wednesday, two former Alameda County Sheriff’s deputies, both convicted of assaults against jail inmates, were each sentenced to four years and four months in prison.
2 Arrested, Ghost Gun Seized at San Jose SideshowsTwo arrests were made and several vehicles were towed following a series of sideshows Saturday night, according to authorities in the South Bay.
Officers Stop Theft Suspect at Salinas BusinessPolice in Salinas stopped a suspect who was about to get away after allegedly stealing pressure washers and other tools from a business early Friday.
VTA Light Rail Service Remains Suspended Ahead of 49ers Preseason GameThe Valley Transportation Agency is offering direct bus service in lieu of light rail service for Saturday's 49ers pre-season game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
New Veterinary Surgery Center in Pleasanton to Open Next Year but Still Needs Help Meeting CostsThe Valley Humane Society announced it will open a new community veterinary surgery center in early 2022, but it still needs the public's help to meet the project's final cost.
Some San Mateo County Residents Eligible For Up to $4K to Purchase Electric VehiclesPeninsula Clean Energy, San Mateo County's official electricity provider, announced Tuesday it is expanding its used electric vehicle rebate program.
PG&E Questioned Over Policy On Power Shutoffs at CPUC HearingPG&E faced questions and criticism about its power shutoff policies during a public briefing Tuesday with the California Public Utilities Commission.
Facebook Says 'Today In' Local News Service Hindered By Lack Of ReportingFacebook's effort to establish a service that provides its users with local news and information is being hindered by the lack of outlets where the company's technicians can find original reporting.