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Sunnyvale driver accused of plowing into 8 pedestrians was picking up food for Bible group: chief

SUNNYVALE, Calif. (KTVU) - Isaiah Peoples, the 34-year-old Sunnyvale man now charged with the attempted murder of eight people after allegedly plowing into them with his car, was on his way to pick up food for his Bible study group before the violent collision, authorities said on Thursday at a news


Sprouts seeks 150 workers for new San Jose store

SAN JOSE — Sprouts Farmers Market is busy hiring people for a new San Jose store and has scheduled a job fair for Thursday to scout for recruits. The organic and natural foods grocery intends to open a new store at 1771 E. Capitol Expressway in San Jose in June and aims to staff the market with 150


Top San Jose news: Sharks win Game 7 in OT; 2 Girls, 1 Boy arrested in connection with hit-and-run

Missed the the most recent top news in San Jose? Read on for everything you need to know. Kaepernick doll seen chained to truck in San Jose on eve of Texas execution. A doll-size effigy of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was seen chained to a truck's trailer hitch at Safeway


‘Robert accidentally shot me.’ Details emerge in San Jose’s 13th homicide of the year

SAN JOSE — The bullet that killed a 26-year-old man at a San Jose home early Easter morning was fired by a cousin who claimed he did not think the gun was loaded when he playfully aimed it at the victim and squeezed the trigger, authorities said.


Crash Closes Southbound Saratoga Avenue In Santa Clara

SANTA CLARA, CA — A major injury traffic crash has closed the southbound side of Saratoga Avenue between Los Padres Boulevard and Cypress Avenue in Santa Clara, the police department reported Thursday.


Sunnyvale police say 'deliberate' crash suspect 'has not shown any remorse'

SUNNYVALE, Calif. (KGO) -- The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety says a man who "deliberately" plowed his vehicle into a group of pedestrians is showing no remorse for his alleged actions.


Explore the 4 newest businesses to open in San Jose

Interested in checking out the newest businesses to open in San Jose? From restaurants with spring rolls to those serving up Swiss rolls, read on for a rundown of the newest businesses to debut around town.


Oakland boy, 4, who accidentally shot himself in head is now saying 'thank you,' 'Grandpa'

OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) - Last month, 4-year-old Na’vaun Lamarii Price Jackson was able to sip through a straw. This week, the Oakland boy who accidentally shot himself in the head in March, was talking, saying words like "thank you" and "Grandpa," as family members took videos of his progress from h


Suspect in Sunnyvale ramming of pedestrians moaned, ‘Thank you, Jesus’ over and over

Moments after combat veteran Isaiah Joel Peoples careened his car through a crowded Sunnyvale intersection, sending bodies flying through the air, the 34-year-old Sunnyvale resident with a history of mental illness praised Jesus, according to investigators and a witness.


Kaleiya Romero: 16-year-old golf superstar from San Jose

A 16-year-old girl from San Jose is a rising star in the amateur golf circuit. Kaleiya Romero recently competed in the ANA Junior Inspiration, which she says was her favorite tournamet she's played so far.


Video: Sunnyvale crash eyewitness Don Draper describes the scene as 8 people are hit and injured

San Jose resident Don Draper said he was on the way to visit a friend to watch the San Jose Sharks’ playoff game Tuesday evening and had stopped for a red light at the intersection when he saw the Corolla speeding by on his left.


Kaepernick doll hangs from truck by chain in San Jose

SAN JOSE (KRON) - Photos shared on Twitter Tuesday show a stuffed Colin Kaepernick doll hanging from a truck by a chain in South San Jose. Joanna Acevedo says in the tweet that she wanted to share the photo to bring attention to the racism and hate in the Bay Area.


First-Round Knockouts Turn Stanley Cup Playoffs Upside Down

WASHINGTON, D.C. — It was like the hockey gods couldn’t bear to witness their handiwork end just yet, as though they wanted to milk every last drop of drama from this bonkers opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Or perhaps they have just been drunk since the first puck dropped and lost interes


Police came to a California house to serve a citation and found guns, ammo and kids in cage-like cribs

Authorities first approached the rural California home of Ramon Zendejas and Mercadies Williams to address a simple citation. What they found last week has thrust the Tulelake-area couple, their twin toddlers and the Modoc County justice system into the national spotlight.


No charges for parents of Northern California children found in cages

ALTURAS, Calif. (AP) - Prosecutors in Northern California say the parents of two boys found inside enclosed cribs bolted to a bedroom will not face child endangerment charges. Modoc County District Attorney Sam Kyllo tells the Record Searchlight there is no evidence that the children were being care


Campbell crime report for the week of May 3

500 block of E. Hamilton Avenue: Someone smashed the rear window of the victim’s vehicle and stole property. Mona and Lisa: A suspect was contacted in his vehicle and was found to be in possession of marijuana for sale.


6 Vehicles Scorched in Wrecking Yard Fire in San Jose

A fire was quickly extinguished Wednesday evening in a vehicle wrecking yard in San Jose, a fire captain said. The fire was reported at 5:29 p.m. at a yard at Monterey Road and Phelan Avenue, fire Capt. Mitch Matlow said.


Massive sheep herd invades California backyard

This might be the most adorable case of trespassing ever caught on camera. The town of Lincoln, Calif., uses thousands of sheep and goats to prepare for the fire season by cutting down the vegetation. Scott Russo thought it would be a good idea to try and give his daughters a close-up look at the do


Walnut Creek Police Find $1.1M In Cash, Various Drugs In Pittsburg Apartment

WALNUT CREEK (CBS SF) — An alleged East Bay drug dealer was in possession of several pounds of powdered drugs and more than $1.1 million in cash when they searched his Pittsburg apartment in January, according to the Walnut Creek Police Department.


Major penalty video review debate reignited in playoffs

NHL players and coaches were split Wednesday on whether changes are needed to video review protocol a day after a major penalty played a dramatic role in San Jose’s Game 7 victory over Vegas.