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150 years since Hayward fault erupted
The bag should include a first aid kit, personal hygiene packet, and most importantly water.
Oakland police asking potential officers if they have been sexually assaulted
Professor Joan Williams, an expert on employment law and sex discrimination at the University ofCalifornia, Hastings College of the Law, called the disclosure requirement “clearly illegal”.
CHP Chopper Helps Police Arrest 2 Suspects After T-Mobile Store Robbery
AMERICAN CANYON (CBS SF) — Two men were arrested Saturday night in Pittsburg, suspects in a T-Mobile cell phone store robbery in American Canyon that was followed by a law enforcement pursuit, mainly from the air, police said.
Hearing for Woodland woman accused of murder rescheduled
A Solano County Superior Court judge rescheduled to next month legal proceedings for a 30-year-old Woodland woman suspected of a stabbing that eventually led to the death of another woman in August in Fairfield.Iyesia Shauna James appeared Friday morning in Department 17 for a readiness conference a
Oakland, S.F. men arrested as North Bay robbery suspects after chase
Around 5:40 p.m. Saturday, American Canyon police responded to reports of a robbery at a T-Mobile Store, 5055 Main Street #104. There, officers learned two men wearing hooded sweatshirts entered and grabbed cell phones and Apple Watches from displays before fleeing north along Highway 29 in a black
Felony Traffic Stop Results Stolen Vehicle Recovery, Martinez Police Locate in Drugs, Firearm
At 11:21pm on October. 20th, 2018, Martinez Police Department (MPD) patrol officers conducted a felony traffic stop of a suspected stolen vehicle on Alhambra Ave. near Brown St. The vehicle, a 2016 Audi, had been reported stolen by the Vacaville Police Department in January, 2018.
Police: Two arrested after cellphone heist in American Canyon, vehicle chase
These nine smartphones and two smartwatches were stolen Saturday from the T-Mobile showroom in American Canyon, where police say two men were arrested in Pittsburg in connection with the heist following a vehicle pursuit. A pistol and magazine also were found in the suspects' vehicle along with the
Two Injured in Explosion, House Fire in East San Jose: PD
Surrounding homes were evacuated, and the San Jose PD Bomb Unit responded to the scene, police said. The bomb squad eventually detonated the leftover fireworks, and residents were allowed to return to their homes.
Oakland man detained after allegedly firing shot at officer Friday morning
OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN)- A man has been arrested after he allegedly fired a shot at an Oakland police officer during a foot pursuit early Friday morning, according to police.
Fire heavily damages market in unincorporated San Leandro
The fire was reported at 2:32 a.m. Thursday at the Mediterranean Market, located in a strip mall in the 16000 block of Foothill Boulevard, officials said.
Man arrested in connection with Oakland shooting
Oakland police have nabbed a man they say shot at a police officer, but didn't injure him, during a foot pursuit in East Oakland early Friday morning. The man, who authorities declined to identify, was taken into custody Friday evening following a multi-agency search that involved deputies from the
San Jose: Suspect arrested in theft of car with child inside
Garcia said a father had gone into a convenience store and left his vehicle running with his daughter inside. The suspect, later identified as Martin Huerta, allegedly hopped into the car and drove off.
Part 2: Hold Sheriff Accountable for Human Rights Violations at Alameda County Jail, Says New Report - Oakland Post
“It kills me mentally to be in jail,” said a young man who was held in Santa Rita.“A 30-minute visit maximum a week … is not enough. It breaks families. They use visits as punishment, taking visits away,” said two men formerly held in Santa Rita.
Hot dog vendor shot in downtown Oakland
OAKLAND — A hot dog vendor was shot in downtown early Saturday, authorities said.A woman standing nearby was also injured. The shooting was reported at about 12:29 a.m. Saturday in the 1700 block of Broadway.Police said a 21-year-old man was selling hot dogs outside a cocktail bar when he got into a
Lit Crawl Live in the Mission - Mission Local
Ghost Tour: Memories of Dolores Park CafeNew SF resident Rebeca Flores prepares for her reading. “I’m a little nervous. It’s my first time reading in San Francisco,” she said. @MLNow #litcrawlsf pic.twitter.com/xY3LTuoH2b— Pedro Cota (@pcota) October 21, 2018
Overturned vehicle blocking left lane on EB Hwy 92 in Hayward
HAYWARD (KRON) - The left lane on eastbound Highway 92 in Hayward is blocked after a crash involving an overturned vehicle. According to CHP, the accident happened around 4:37 p.m. west of Clawiter Rd and injuries were reported. Drivers can expect delays and use alternate routes to avoid the area.
Mayor Orders Removal of OPD's Sexual Assault Question
Legal experts say the inquiry for police officer applicants is odd and potentially problematic, but there is disagreement over whether it's illegal After it was revealed Sunday that the Oakland Police Department asks officer applicants to disclose whether they have been sexually assaulted, Mayor Lib
San Francisco man accused of killing, beheading his grandmother pleads not guilty in hospital
A man charged with murder for allegedly stabbing his 82-year-old grandmother and then severing her head last month in San Francisco was arraigned on Friday at a hospital, his attorney said. Andrew Luke, 30, has been at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital since the Sept. 26 slaying, in which he
Cupertino/Sunnyvale calendar of events for the week of Oct. 19
Cynthia Lam and Brad Mallison sample peaches at the Sunnyvale Farmers Market, held downtown on Saturday mornings (Derek Sijder/SVCN/September 12, 2009)
San Leandro Creek Restoration - Volunteers Wanted!
Join Friends of San Leandro Creek for a few hours of workout and fun for a great cause!We will get our hands dirty pulling out invasive plants like ivy and blackberry from a stretch of creek bank in Chabot Park, and eventually replace them with native plants. Why? To make the creek healthier, more b