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Cupertino woman arrested for attempted murder after walking into ocean with baby

HALF MOON BAY (KRON) - A Cupertino woman has been arrested for attempted murder after she was seen holding a baby and going into the water at Poplar Beach in Half Moon Bay Tuesday afternoon.


Accuweather Forecast: Heavy rounds of rain coming to Bay Area

Hope you enjoyed the relative calmness of light rain and breezy conditions during the morning commute, because heavy rounds of rain are coming to the entire region. Beginning at 12 p.m., our strong storm begins with scattered moderate to heavy showers. The fastest winds arrive shortly thereafter aro


Santa Clara Police Names Officers In Fatal Shooting Of Gas Station Clerk

SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) – Santa Clara police have released the names of the officers who shot and killed 54-year-old Shaun Kennedy of San Jose after he reportedly started a fire and shot up a convenience store on Jan. 5.


California Bill Would Mandate Full-Day Kindergarten

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Full-day kindergarten could become law in California by 2021. A new bill introduced in the California Assembly to extend kindergarten piggybacks on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s goal to invest $2 billion for early learning.


49ers Marquise Goodwin opens up about 2018 family crisis

SANTA CLARA — Marquise Goodwin opened up Wednesday about his 49ers season that went askew in the opener and bottomed out with all-too-familiar personal tragedy in November. Goodwin and his wife, Morgan, revealed they lost twin boys after she went into pre-term labor, just over a year after they lost


Crash On NB Hwy 101 So. Of N Lawrence Expwy Blocking Left Lane

SUNNYVALE, CA -- Motorists will find it slow going on U.S. Highway 101 Wednesday morning as a crash with injuries on the northbound side south of the N. Lawrence Expressway in Sunnyvale is blocking the left lane.


Three Fremont residents, including young child, killed in rain-fueled crash near Placerville

EL DORADO COUNTY (KRON) -- A 1-year-old child was among three killed Tuesday night in a rain fueled, two-car crash on Highway 50 near Placerville. The California Highway Patrol identified the three crash victims as residents of Fremont.


Protesters Plan to Descend on Louis C.K.’s San Jose Gigs

Pressuring women to watch him fap apparently didn’t do enough to sabotage his career. So Louis C.K., by several accounts, rebranded himself as a reactionary old geezer. In leaked audio of a New York standup set widely flayed as mediocre and unfunny, C.K. punched down with japes against non-binary fo


Homicide Victim In S.J. Shooting Identified As Santa Clara Man

SAN JOSE, CA -- A man who died in San Jose's second homicide of the year on Sunday has been identified as 41-year-old Matthew Cintas of Santa Clara, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office.


Santa Clara Resident Emma Kaliterna is 100 and Fabulous

In 1918, Irving Berlin composed the original draft to “God Bless America” and Woodrow Wilson was the U.S. President. 1918 also marked the year that Emma Kaliterna, a Santa Clara native, was born.


California’s ranking falls to 19th best state to raise a family

California lost its Top 10 ranking as a place to raise a family in WalletHub‘s annual scorecard on child-rearing qualities. A year ago, California ranked 10th best. But this year the Golden State scored a No. 19 ranking — between Illinois and Virginia — in the 2019 edition of this family yardstick t


Milpitas calendar of events for the week of Jan. 18

Stanford Blood Drive: As part of its Give Good initiative, for every person that donates blood in January, Stanford Blood Center will make a financial contribution to Humane Society Silicon Valley. HSSV will, in turn, use this to provide vaccinations and other medical care to shelter animals. Jan. 1


San Jose Police Seek Help In Identifying Liquor Store Killing Suspects

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Police on Tuesday released surveillance images of two suspects connected to a shooting last month at a San Jose liquor store that killed a 43-year-old man.


New luxury movie theater opening at Westfield Valley Fair

The bar will be raised on going to the movies in the South Bay when the new ShowPlace ICON Theatre opens for business Thursday night at Westfield Valley Fair. It’s the latest piece of the shopping center’s $1.1 billion renovation and expansion and amps up the mall’s entertainment factor big time.


Santa Clara temporarily bans motorized scooters

SANTA CLARA —Motorized electric scooter and bike share companies are temporarily banned from operating in the city of Santa Clara, after a unanimous vote by the City Council Tuesday evening to extend an emergency ban they passed in December.


19-car pileup leaves 35 injured in Southern California's Cajon Pass

(AP) - Numerous vehicles have collided in a foggy mountain pass as a storm system passes through Southern California. The San Bernardino County Fire Department says 19 vehicles collided Wednesday morning on the southbound side of Interstate 15 in Cajon Pass, about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.


Where are Bay Area Women’s Marches?

Marches and rallies across the Bay Area begin as early as 10 a.m. Saturday, when tens of thousands of people are expected to fill the streets from San Jose to Oakland to support the third annual Women’s March.


Woman carjacked at gunpoint in San Jose

SAN JOSE (KRON) - Police are investigating an armed carjacking that happened Wednesday morning in San Jose. At around 7:11 a.m., officers responded to a report of a carjacking in the 300 block of Tuers Road, according to the San Jose Police Department.


Simitian, Chavez Reelected On Santa Clara Board As President, VP

SAN JOSE, CA -- Supervisor Joe Simitian was reelected Tuesday to head the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors as its president. The board voted unanimously for Simitian's second term, also reelecting Vice President Cindy Chavez. Simitian and Chavez were the only supervisors nominated for the rol


City Water/Sewer Rates To Go Up To Pay For Upgrades

MILPITAS, CA -- Granted, water and sewer users never want their rates to go up, but at least in this San Francisco Bay Area town, it's not money going down the drain. On the contrary, the Milpitas Public Works Department has major plans to overhaul its network of pipes for the water and wastewater f