49ers Hopeful Of Training Camp Return To Santa ClaraThe part of the offseason that has been put on hold in response to the COVID-19 pandemic may be able to return in time for the Niners to be able to hold their training camp in late July at their Santa Clara facility.
South Bay Teen Creates Website To Send Thank You Letters To Nurses NationwideGina Choi, a junior at Santa Clara High School, has created a website to honor the nurses working tirelessly to save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Father, Daughter Stabbed In Santa Clara Neighborhood; Victims' Acquaintance ArrestedA San Francisco resident was arrested following the stabbing of two people in Santa Clara, a man and his 16-year-old daughter.
Woman Killed Trying To Cross Highway 101 In Santa ClaraA vehicle fatally struck a woman who was trying to run across Highway 101 in Santa Clara early Wednesday morning, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said.
Two Injured In Early Morning Santa Clara Stabbing AttackA 58-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl were found injured in a stabbing early Tuesday morning inside a Santa Clara home, authorities said.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara Toll Reaches 103 Victims; 6 More Flu Deaths Reclassified As COVID-19 FatalitiesThe death toll from the COVID-19 outbreak grew to 100 in Santa Clara County over the weekend including six individuals who were previously ruled to have been flu victims but on re-examination by the coroner were found to be infected with the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Supervisor Says Coroner Has Been Undercounting Virus DeathsSanta Clara County Supervisor Dave Cortese says the coroner's office new the number of deaths in the county was trending up in March, but didn't say anything.
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 Pandemic: 1st U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Traced Back To Santa Clara CountySanta Clara County health officials announced late Tuesday night that the medical examiner's office and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention testing has confirmed three county residents died of coronavirus infections in February and early March, the first fatalities trace to the disease in the United States.
Fentanyl Overdose Calls Spiking In Santa Clara County; Murder Charges In Teen's DeathOverdoses of the potent drug Fentanyl have been spiking in Santa Clara County over recent weeks, resulting in numerous calls for medical assistance and murder charges being filed against a San Jose man related to the death of a Santa Clara teenage girl.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Virus Has Taken Deadly Toll At Santa Clara County Long-Term Care FacilitiesSanta Clara County health officials Wednesday released details on how deadly the current coronavirus outbreak has been among staff and residents of long-term care facilities.
San Jose Man Charged With Murder In Teen's Fentanyl Overdose DeathA 22-year-old San Jose man has been charged with murder for allegedly selling pills containing fentanyl to a teenage couple that lead to an overdose death, Santa Clara prosecutors announced Tuesday.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Santa Clara Officials Report 6 New Coronavirus Deaths; 45 New Confirmed Cases The coronavirus death toll continued to mount Monday in Santa Clara County where health officials announced six more residents had died of the disease and there were 45 new confirmed cases.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Santa Clara Officials Report 3 New Deaths, Confirmed Cases Top 1,620Health officials reported three new coronavirus fatalities Sunday, raising the county's death toll to 54 -- the highest number in any of the San Francisco Bay Area's 10 counties.
Coronavirus Pandemic: 5 New Bay Area Deaths; Alameda Tops 800 Confirmed CasesWhile the number of coronavirus patients in ICU units across the San Francisco Bay Area dipped on Saturday, the spread of the illness continued with new deaths reported in Contra Costa, Sonoma, Santa Clara and Alameda counties.