3rd Of 3 Suspects In August Stabbing At Campbell Gas Station ArrestedPolice have arrested the third of three people suspected of being involved in an August gang-related stabbing in Campbell.
BevMo To Settle Lawsuit Over Items Charged Higher Than AdvertisedRetail beverage giant BevMo! will pay $359,000 to resolve a consumer protection lawsuit brought by a group of district attorney's offices contending that the Concord-based company sometimes charged customers more than the lowest posted or advertised price for items.
South Bay Law Enforcement Agencies Report They Didn't Cooperate With ICE This YearSanta Clara County supervisors held an annual meeting Tuesday night to inform the public about whether local law enforcement agencies had cooperated with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in the last year.
Santa Clara Prosecutor Allegedly Used Daughter As Bait To Catch Her Accused MolesterA Santa Clara County prosecutor could face child endangerment charges for allegedly using his 13-year-old daughter as bait to catch the man accused of molesting her.
FAA Takes Moves To Keep Reid-Hillview Airport Open In East San JoseThe FAA is stepping in to try and block the possible future closure of a small Santa Clara County airport.
Santa Clara County Supervisors Vote To Ban E-Cigarette SalesThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to ban the sale of e-cigarettes in the unincorporated part of the county
Santa Clara County Supervisors Push Action Plan for the Mentally Ill HomelessSanta Clara County supervisors Cindy Chavez and Dave Cortese want come up with a comprehensive plan for people who are "severely mentally ill, dually diagnosed and unhoused."
PG&E Announces Possible Third Consecutive Power Shutdown TuesdayOfficials with Pacific Gas and Electric have announced a possible third consecutive Public Safety Power Shutdown due to dangerous fire conditions that would affect customers in 32 counties starting Tuesday.
Massive Power Shutoff Disrupts Sunday Routines; New Wind Event ForecastNearly two million Northern California residents have had their Sunday rituals disrupted by a historic PG&E preventive power outage as Red Flag Warning wind conditions fueled a wildfire in Sonoma County and threatened to spark blazes elsewhere.
Lights Going Out For Millions In Unprecedented Preventive PG&E Power OutagesWith red flag warning conditions packing howling winds predicted for late Saturday, Pacific Gas & Electric officials went forward with the second planned power shutoff this week because of mounting fire danger conditions from the Bay Area to the Sierra.
Weekend Power Shutoffs For 'Historic Wind Event' Could Impact Nearly Entire Bay AreaThe potential high winds this weekend have PG&E warning that another round of power shutoffs may hit nearly every county in the Bay Area starting Saturday night, affecting 400,000 customers.