Gun Store Shutdowns In California During Early Days Of Pandemic Ruled Illegal By 9th Circuit CourtTwo California counties violated the Constitution's right to keep and bear arms when they shut down gun and ammunition stores in 2020 as nonessential businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.
Man Held After Crime Spree Involving Stolen Vehicle Pursuit, Break-Ins In Hercules, RodeoA man was taken into custody for an alleged crime spree that involved a stolen vehicle pursuit in Hercules and multiple home break-ins in neighboring Rodeo on Thursday morning, authorities said.
UPDATE: Authorities Lift Shelter In Place In Rodeo NeighborhoodAuthorities in Contra Costa County issued an all clear for a neighborhood in the community of Rodeo, after residents were told to shelter-in-place due to police activity.
UPDATE: No Victim, No Shooter Found After Gunfire Sends Shoppers Fleeing From Oakridge Mall In San JoseFour hours after issuing a shelter-in-place order due to shots fired, San Jose police said the Westfield Oakridge Mall was 'all clear' after a store-to-store search turned up no shooter or victim. Mall employees were instructed to return to secure their stores.
UPDATE: Suspect Dead Following Lengthy Standoff With Antioch PoliceAn hours-long police standoff with a suspected gunman in an Antioch neighborhood ended Friday evening when the suspect, believed to be a man in his 30s, was shot and killed by officers.
UPDATE: Marin County Sheriff Shares Photo of Man Sought During Novato Shelter-in-Place OrderAuthorities in Marin County have shared a photo of a possible burglary suspect they were searching for when they ordered residents in a Novato neighborhood to shelter in place late Wednesday morning.
UPDATE: Man Shot Dead in Campbell, Suspect Arrested; Shelter-In-Place Lifted at 2nd LocationA man was fatally shot in Campbell Tuesday morning and a suspect was arrested in another part of the city shortly after, an operation that led to a neighborhood shelter-in-place.
UPDATE: Underground Gas Leak in Cupertino Capped; De Anza ReopenedAn underground gas leak in Cupertino on Friday shut down a stretch of De Anza Boulevard for over two hours, according to authorities.
Suspect Arrested Following Moraga-Orinda Police Chase, Shelter-In-Place AlertA shelter in place alert for residents living near Altamount Drive and La Cresta Road in Orinda was lifted after about 20 minutes Monday afternoon, following the arrest of a suspect who fled into the neighborhood.
UPDATE: No Curfew Enacted After San Leandro Police Receive Threat Of Possible Looting At Bayfair MallOfficials in San Leandro decided against enacting a curfew late Wednesday night, after receiving what they described as "credible threats of criminal activity" targeting a local shopping center.
UPDATE: Alameda Gas Leak Capped; Evacuations, Shelter-In-Place LiftedA gas leak has closed a major intersection in Alameda and prompted evacuations in the area Thursday morning, authorities said.
UPDATE: Shelter-In-Place Near Los Gatos Elementary School LiftedA shelter-in-place order for a Los Gatos neighborhood near an elementary school issued by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office Thursday morning has been lifted by authorities.
COVID: Small Crowds In San Jose Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 1 Year After Shelter-In-Place – ‘A Glimmer Of Hope’Nearly a year to the day the Bay Area was ordered to shut down and stay home at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, hundreds gathered to celebrate St. Patrick's Day Wednesday.
Chemical Found in North Fair Oaks Not Hazardous; Shelter-in-Place LiftedThe San Mateo County Sheriff's Office on Friday afternoon announced that a chemical found near a school in North Fair Oaks has been determined to be non-hazardous.
COVID: CA Allows Camping To Resume On State-Owned LandsThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife allowed camping to resume Monday on state-operated lands and wildlife areas and federal wildlife refuges.