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San Jose carjacking, kidnapping suspect involved in shooting with Stockton police

STOCKTON (KRON) -- A parolee wanted in connection to a kidnapping and carjacking ordeal in San Jose was shot by police officers in Stockton tonight after a confrontation. San Jose police received information tonight around 5:15 p.m. that the suspect was at a home on the 4500 block of Mist Trail Driv


Local ways to celebrate MLK Day

Find out which local agencies will be closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 21, in addition to information on events honoring the civil rights leader in the Midpeninsula.


Bay Area teachers getting help with housing, down payments

One of the major issues Bay Area teachers face is trying to afford a place to live that's anywhere near the districts where they teach. While teacher salaries in California are among the lowest in the country, the cost of housing here is one of the highest. Here's a look at a San Francisco startup t


Man arrested after firing gun inside apartment to scare wife and child

MOUNTAIN VIEW – The Mountain View Police Department has made an arrest after a male suspect fired a handgun inside an apartment where he lived. According to police, 34-year-old Fernando Bautista was inside an apartment near the 100 block of Calderon Avenue when he became angry and started brandishin


Cupertino community briefs for the week of Jan. 18

Child Advocates of Silicon Valley is seeking volunteers to serve as friends, mentors and advocates to children in the Santa Clara County foster care system. Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers are empowered by the courts to provide critical emotional and educational support to a foste


A Louis C.K. Protester Was Reportedly Punched In The Face By One Of The Comic’s Fans At A Show In San Jose

The Louis C.K. redemption tour hasn’t gone as smoothly as the embattled comedian would have hoped. His film I Love You, Daddy, may never see the light of day, and rehabilitating his image through stand up has brought out protesters and those skeptical that he has made amends for his years of sexual


El Camino Hospital took big hit on $1B investment

While El Camino Hospital is still profitable, the Mountain View, Calif.-based hospital lost money on its nearly $1 billion portfolio, according to the Mountain View Voice. El Camino Hospital posted operating income of $8.7 million for October 2018, according to its latest financial report, which is


Silicon Valley Reads explores family identity

With DNA testing becoming more popular and immigration increasingly in the news, the 2019 Silicon Valley reads theme of “Finding Identity in Family History” is more ubiquitous than ever.


Real estate: Top producers share thoughts, hopes for new year

The Silicon Valley Realtors Association Los Gatos-Saratoga District got off to a good start for the new year, with more than 100 members in attendance at the first 2019 District Realtor meeting last week. An upbeat Jim Hamilton, 2019 District Chair and past California Association of Realtors preside


What you need to know about Bay Area Women's March 2019 in Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- On Saturday, thousands of women are expected to unite around the Bay Area and in cities all over the world for the third annual Women's March. This year's theme is #TruthToPower and the#WomensWave.


Santa Clara County Seeks Rightful Owners of $3.5M in Unclaimed Tax Savings

More than $3.5 million in unclaimed local property tax revenue awaits its rightful owners. Santa Clara County released a list of 4,900 taxpayers who potentially have a right to some of the cash, which is on deposit with the Department of Tax and Collections.


Food Bank Assists NASA Ames Employees Furloughed During Shutdown

MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF) – As the partial government shutdown entered its 28th day on Friday, furloughed employees at the NASA Ames Research Center are getting a helping hand from local food banks.


How Banks Woo Rich Heirs: Silicon Valley Tour Ending at Dive Bar

It’s karaoke Thursday in Silicon Valley, and the song that ought to be playing is Travie McCoy’s “Billionaire.” After all, the young people gathered at Fred’s Place, a dive bar not far from the Googleplex in Mountain View, California, were fabulously rich. But while McCoy sings of making a hypotheti


Redwood City man jailed in connection with robbery of 4 teenagers

A Redwood City man was charged yesterday (Jan. 17) with two counts of robbery after he and two others robbed four teenagers in a car during a drug deal, a prosecutor said. On Monday at 11:10 p.m., four teenage boys were driving on the 500 block of Oakside Avenue in North Fair Oaks, where two of the


Women’s Marches And MLK Day Events Will Have Big Effect On Bay Area Roads

Get ready for your weekend with traffic reporter Bob "Major Timesaver" Pryor's traffic tips and overview of the biggest special events from around the Bay Area. Every Friday, he delivers his guide for things to do and ways to get there. But be sure to follow @KCBSAMFMTraffic on Twitter for the lates


California leaders move to help federal workers during the shutdown — but how far can they go?

As the federal government shutdown stretches into its fifth week and the impact ripples across the national economy, California leaders are mobilizing to support federal government workers who are working without pay.


Auto burglaries, car thefts on the rise

Reports of stolen vehicles and car break-ins rose in Mountain View in 2018 while residential burglaries took a dip, according to preliminary data released by the Mountain View Police Department.


PUBLIC AGENDA: GreenWaste agreement; school board retreat

A preview of Palo Alto government meetings for the week of Jan. 21. CITY COUNCIL ... The council will meet in a closed session to discuss the status of the city's labor negotiations with Service Employees International Union, Local 521, and to consider a new agreement with GreenWaste of Palo Alto fo


Mountain View Home Offers Ideal Layout

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- To top it off, you can be a great cook. Features: This detached home offers a great layout. On the 1st floor is a convenient bedroom with full-sized bathroom. On the second, an open layout among the gourmet kitchen, dining area & great room which are flanked by balconies on both


Suspicious Person Call Nets Arrest, Stolen Firearm In Milpitas

MILPITAS, CA -- Following up on a suspicious activity call, police arrested a Sacramento man for possession of stolen property, a firearm and a controlled substance as well as a probation violation.