Chinatown Businesses Say They're Targets Of Frivolous ADA Lawsuits; DA InvestigatesSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin's office is launching an investigation after several Chinatown merchants were hit by potentially fake lawsuits and so-called "demand letters." Andria Borba reports. (7/21/21)
Newsom Signs Bill Aimed at Cracking Down on Organized Retail TheftKenny Choi reports on Gov. Gavin Newsom signing a new bill aimed at expanding law enforcement focus on organized retail theft (7-21-2021)
San Jose Woman Sentenced To 6 Months For DUI Pedestrian CrashA San Jose woman with dreams to run for city council will instead spend the next six months in jail for hitting and killing a pedestrian. Maria Medina tells us more about her day in court.
San Francisco Officials Announce Police Deployment Aimed At Protecting TouristsAndria Borba reports on increased police patrols aimed at deterring crime in areas of San Francisco frequented by tourists (7-19-2021)
RAW: Citizen App Video of Sunday Night Sideshow in San FranciscoPolice in San Francisco are investigating a wild sideshow that happened Sunday night at the intersection of Harrison and Fremont streets (7-19-2021)
One Dead, 3 Wounded in Shooting Outside Walnut Creek NightclubOne person was dead and three others wounded in an early Sunday morning shooting outside a popular Walnut Creek nightclub. Da Lin reports. (7-18-21)
Safety Patrol Volunteers Rally in San Mateo Against Asian Hate AttacksSan Mateo residents rallied to mobilize a safety patrol Saturday, inspired by the robbery of an elderly Asian woman near the city's Central Park in April. Wilson Walker reports. (7-17-21)
Caught on Camera: Violent Street Robberie in Oakland ChinatownFor the second straight day a violent robbery in Oakland's Chinatown was caught on surveillance camera. Da Lin reports. (7-16-21)
State Allocates Funds to Combat Asian HateJustin Andrews reports on California allocating funds to fight acts of Asian hate and to help victims of attacks and harassment (7-16-2021)
2 Bay Area Men Indicted for Planning to Firebomb Democratic Headquarters in SacramentoTwo Bay Area men were indicted in San Francisco federal court Thursday, charged with conspiring to firebomb John L. Burton Democratic headquarters in Sacramento after the 2020 presidential election, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-15-21)
RAW: Surveillance Video of Armed Robbery at San Francisco Doughnut ShopSurveillance video shows an armed suspect holding up a San Francisco doughnut shop at gunpoint last month (video courtesy SFPD)
Oakland Police: Woman Says She Was Sexually Assaulted After Meeting Man Via Dating AppPolice in Oakland are investigating an incident of a woman falsely imprisoned and sexually assaulted by a man she reportedly met via an online dating app. Juliette Goodrich reports. (7-15-21)
Los Gatos Man Arrested, Police Find Weapons, Racist Manifesto Detailing Shooting PlotA Los Gatos man was charged with possession of assault weapons, multiple silencers, drugs and the makings of a pipe bomb after Campbell police found him prowling outside of a business and discovered an arsenal and a racist manifesto in his car. Kiet Do reports. (7-15-21)
Napa Naturopathic Doctor Accused Of Selling Fake COVID Pills, Providing Fake Immunization CardsA Napa doctor has been arrested for handing out fake COVID-19 vaccine cards and defrauding patients with a vaccine alternative. Andrea Nakano reports. (7/14/21)
San Jose Files Lawsuit to Shut Down Troubled Agave Sport BarLen Ramirez reports on San Jose's City Attorney filing suit to close bar where drunk patron backed truck into crowded outdoor table (7-14-2021)
San Jose Business Owner Frustrated After Shop Targeted by Homeless BurglarsKiet Do reports on vandals and thieves from San Jose homeless encampment targeting nearby businesses (7-14-2021)
VTA Mass Shooting: Light Rail Restart Postponed; Buildings Could Be Torn DownThe VTA mass shooting site could be demolished so survivors never have to step foot in the buildings again. Maria Medina reports the agency is also postponing its original plan to restart light rail service.
No Date Yet For Restarting Light Rail Service Nearly 2 Months After VTA Mass ShootingNearly two months after nine Santa Clara VTA light rail employees were killed in a mass shooting at the railyard, the agency has postponed the date for restarting light rail service. Len Ramirez reports. (7/13/21)
San Francisco Police Chief, Mayor Call For More Officers With Mid-Year Crime Stat ReportAndria Borba reports on San Francisco's police chief and mayor calling for additional officers to be hired to deal with spike in violent crime (7-12-2021)
4 Arrested, Guns Seized at Denver Hotel Near All-Star Game EventsFour people have been arrested and more than a dozen weapons seized Friday night at the Maven Hotel, a block from Coors Field where the MLB All-Star Game will be played. (7-11-21)
Antioch House Fire Highlights Human Toll of Illegal FireworksSaturday night, someone setting off fireworks destroyed a house in Antioch, forcing a woman out onto the street and leaving a community wondering why so little is being done to stop the illegal, nightly pyrotechnics. John Ramos reports. (7-11-21)
Campbell Jewelry Store Owner Plagued by Repeat Smash-and-Grab HeistsCampbell jeweler Aaron Peleg says he's been robbed by brazen smash-and-grab burglars four times and the crooks seem to get bolder every time. Kiet Do reports. (7-9-21)
San Jose VTA Outlines Plan to Return Light-Rail System to Full ServiceA VTA spokeswoman announced Thursday there is a five-point plan to get its light-rail system up and running by the end of July. Maria Medina reports. (7-8-21)
Graffiti Vandalism Soars in San JoseSan Jose's graffiti problem is getting out of hand and neighbors and business owners are fed up. Len Ramirez reports. (7-8-21)

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