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More home burglaries in Atherton

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Man charged with killing California boy in 1990 cold case

INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Authorities say a 50-year-old man is in custody in connection with the kidnapping and killing of an 11-year-old boy in Southern California nearly three decades ago.


East Bay woman pleads guilty in employment tax fraud case

SAN FRANCISCO — The former owner of three San Francisco Bay Area assisted-living facilities pleaded guilty to an employment tax-fraud charge, a Justice Department spokesman said Tuesday.


Pickle Family Circus scion brings her own troupe back to SF Bay Area

Our ancestors set us on paths that we still walk today in many ways that we don’t even see. San Francisco native Gypsy Snider of Montreal contemporary circus troupe the 7 Fingers (or Les 7 doigts de la main) wanted to bring those familial connections to the foreground in “Reversible,” the group’s la


Icy conditions result in accidents and road closures around Santa Cruz County

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, Calif. - Icy road conditions have made for a dangerous morning commute for people around Santa Cruz County, but for many the problem starts before they hit the road.


Aparna Pujar's Interview on the Wonder Women Podcast: Part 1

The below is a transcript of the Wonder Women podcast, which can be found on YouTube here. Content has been edited for clarity. Hello everybody and welcome to our Wonder Women podcast, the main podcast for the businessmagazineforwomen.com.


New molestation lawsuit against disgraced San Jose priest

SAN JOSE — A former Roman Catholic priest and convicted sex offender is facing a civil suit filed by a minor who alleges that he repeatedly sexually assaulted her in her family’s home.


Walters: Has Newsom become Governor Gaslight?

“Gaslight” was a 1938 British play, set in the 1880s, about a man who manipulates his wife into believing she is going insane to suppress her suspicions about crimes he is committing.


Family seeks answers in hit-and-run death of San Jose man run over by three vehicles

In life, Robbie Matthews was a cherished light in the lives of loved ones. His death, on a darkened roadway in King City, has left his family and friends heartbroken, and with far more questions than answers.


3 men shot to death in Southern California gated community were ‘targeted,’ police say

A suspect who shot three men to death inside a Porter Ranch home was known to at least one of the victims, police said Tuesday, but a detective declined to explain what may have prompted the killings.


Teens found after getting lost in Santa Cruz Mountains

Two teens were located by search-and-rescue teams Sunday night after they got lost hiking in the Santa Cruz Mountains southwest of Saratoga, according to the Santa Clara County Fire Department.


Trash washing into San Francisco Bay despite efforts to keep it clean

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Tons of trash are washing into San Francisco Bay, despite the efforts by environmental groups and local governments to keep it out. Dorothy Graham and her friends love strolling the shoreline trail along Damon Slough in Oakland, but taking in the sites is a mixed bag. On any g


San Jose Mayor introduces plan to crack down on illegal gun sales

SAN JOSE (KRON) -- “We're introducing an initiative focused on ensuring that fewer guns get into the wrong hands,” said San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo. At a news conference Tuesday, Mayor Liccardo said the best way to crackdown on the proliferation of illegal guns is to target so-called "straw purchase


Student debt is setting records; here's how some Bay Area students are saving

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - So you want to go to college?. Dig deep -- it's going to cost you. Fresh with a degree in economics, Estevan Lopez is sporting a nice suit and good job with the Bay Area Council.


Hakone's Lunar New Year Festival Celebrates Year of the Pig 3/3

SARATOGA, CA (Feb. 18, 2019) –Hakone Estate and Gardens, one of the oldest Japanese gardens in the U.S., will celebrate the Chinese "Year of the Pig" at its 11th Annual Lunar New Year Festival on March 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.


DA report scrutinizes ongoing racial disparities in Santa Clara County prosecutions

SAN JOSE — Significant racial disparities continue to surface in criminal prosecutions in Santa Clara County, worsened by poverty and poor feelings of safety, according to a new introspective report by the District Attorney’s Office.


San Jose Sharks claim enforcer off waiver wire

SAN JOSE — The Sharks claimed forward Micheal Haley off of waivers on Wednesday morning. Haley, who played in the Sharks organization from 2014-2017, was placed on waivers Tuesday by the Florida Panthers. This season, Haley has three goals and 30 penalty minutes in 24 games.


Get to know the 5 freshest new businesses to launch in San Jose

Ready to hit up the newest businesses to open in San Jose? From coffee to haircuts, read on to see the newest destinations to land near you. Opa! Authentic Greek is a newcomer that recently opened downtown at 225 W. Santa Clara St.


Next storm may bring hail to Southern California

The next storm rolling through Southern California will bring less rain than the last, but meteorologists say Angelenos should be prepared for some unusual precipitation in these parts: hail.


Hakone Unveils Weaving Origami: The Crane Wife Series Exhibit

SARATOGA, CA (Feb. 19, 2019) – Hakone Estate and Gardens just debuted a fascinating exhibit,. "Weaving Origami: The Crane Wife Series," based on the beloved Japanese folk tale.