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Michelle Obama addresses ‘the worst question in the world’ in San Jose
Michelle Obama, the former FLOTUS and current best-selling author, delivered an evening of empowering messages to the roughly 12,500 fans who filled the SAP Center in San Jose to capacity on Dec. 14.
Manresa Bread Opens First-of-its-kind Cafe In Campbell
CAMPBELL, CA -- South Bay foodies may rejoice as. Head Baker Avery Ruzicka pulled out all the stops with debuting a new concept for the Los Gatos-based bakery company's third location -- an all-day café in Campbell.
San Jose: Man found shot to death near downtown identified
SAN JOSE — The Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office has identified a man found shot to death in a neighborhood south of downtown San Jose on Dec. 5 as 49-year-old Mark Edward Jones.
Recalled judge asks for help paying court judgment
Recalled Judge Aaron Persky is asking his supporters for help covering the $135,000 he owes to attorneys hired by Michele Dauber’s recall campaign. Persky, a Los Altos Hills resident, sent an email to his supporters on Tuesday asking that they donate to his campaign finance account, which can be acc
Woman sexually assaulted near Sunnyvale Caltrain station
SUNNYVALE — Authorities are searching for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman just south of the Lawrence Caltrain Station in Sunnyvale early Thursday morning. The incident occurred about 6 a.m. near the intersection of Willow and Aster avenues, according to the Sunnyvale Department of Pub
Michelle Obama brings book tour to Bay Area
SAN JOSE (KRON) - Former First Lady Michelle Obama will meet with young adults and promote her autobiography during a visit to San Jose Friday. Her new book "Becoming” details her childhood, her education and careers in law and non-profits.
Bay Area forecast: Weekend storm to deliver widespread rain, big waves
The second and more powerful of a pair of storms marching toward Northern California is expected to deliver widespread rain Sunday to the Bay Area and create hazardous conditions along the shorelines, with an increased risk of rip currents and likely the biggest waves of the year.
City Releases More Body Cam Footage from Reuben Foster Domestic Violence Call in Santa Clara, Starts Investigation
On Tuesday afternoon, the City released body cam video from Reuben Foster domestic violence call in Santa Clara on October 12. This time the video was unredacted. We posted a story on Tuesday morning linking to the original video from the ABC7 News site.
West Valley briefs for the week of Dec. 14
The nonprofit Butter Paddle Gift Shop/EMQ Auxiliary is looking for volunteers to help in its store at 33 N. Santa Cruz Ave. in Los Gatos, and to assist with other volunteer activities for approximately 16-20 hours a month.
South Bay Rock Musician's Unique Take On Christmas Music Selling Out Shows, Helping Chairities
A full-time job as a rock and roll musician is very often a collection of part-time ones. That has certainly been Robert Berry's path to a successful career in music. Berry, of Campbell, has played guitar, keyboards, and sang with some of the most iconic names of rock over the past thirty-plus years
Santa Clara County Releases Landmark Report on Stanford University Expansion
Santa Clara County has released its final environment review of Stanford University’s expansion plans. The massive document, which runs about 2,400 pages with another 8,000 in appendices, suggests ways to temper the impact of building 2.3 million square feet of new academic facilities and 3,150 hous
Parks Guru Takes Director Job For Santa Clara County
GILROY, CA -- Santa Clara County announced the hiring of Don Rocha as the new director of the Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department. Rocha, who has served as interim director since July 2018, joined the department as a park ranger three decades ago.
Santa Clara: Passenger dies from injuries in wrong-way crash; driver arrested
SANTA CLARA — A 24-year-old woman died from her injuries in a head-on car collision on Stevens Creek Boulevard early Wednesday, and the wrong-way driver who caused the crash has been arrested, according to police.
Michelle Obama to Meet ESSJ Youth Before Book Tour Event
Michelle Obama is in San Jose today to promote her new autobiography, Becoming, for a sold-out event at the SAP Center. But before her 8pm appearance at the sports and concert venue, the former First Lady will visit a lucky group of East Side school kids as part of an educational workshop at the Sev
Campbell Water Tower At Sunset: Photo Of The Week
CAMPBELL, CA -- Patch Reader Marni Rae, who works in a photography studio, caught this colorful doozy of the Campbell Water Tower as the Photo of the Week. Here's your shot at featuring your work, as Patch is always looking for photos.
7 amazing SF Bay Area things to do this weekend, Dec. 14-16
Sure, the news is crazy these days, the traffic is terrible and the world’s best basketball player suspects that the moon landing was faked. But none of that matters! Well, OK, it matters, but the weekend is upon us and it’s time to put it all behind you and have fun. So here are seven ways to enjoy
Judge Recalled Over Brock Turner Sex Assault Sentencing Seeks $135,000 in Donations for Legal Fees
The first California judge to be recalled in more than 80 years, who was ousted from office amid public outrage over a light jail sentence he handed down in a high-profile sexual assault case, is asking supporters for donations to pay off legal fees by the end of the year.
Rain, wind forecast throughout the Bay Area this weekend
OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN) - By Bay City News Service. The National Weather Service is forecasting rain and wind that will impact the Bay Area and Central Coast Friday through Monday, with a strong storm arriving on Sunday.
Apple picks Austin for $1 billion campus that can hold up to 15,000 workers
Apple has chosen Austin as the site for a new, $1 billion campus, ending an almost yearlong search for what will be its biggest facility outside its Cupertino headquarters. The tech giant said Thursday that it will build a 133-acre campus that will initially hire 5,000 workers but could eventually h
California man survives two days trapped in grease vent
Authorities in California rescued a man who was trapped inside a restaurant's grease vent for about two days. Sheriffs and firefighters in Alameda County, California, received a call from a citizen claiming they heard a voice calling from help at a vacant Chinese food restaurant.