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A Ranch in Northern California, Available in Different Sizes

This expansive, very private ranch is just under a two-hour drive from the San Francisco Bay Area, where owners and sellers Mark and Becky Pine have their primary home.


California police fear cannabis home deliveries will spark crime

Police in California fear that delivery vans transporting marijuana to homes will be a target for robbers and lead to a spike in crime.The state is considering a proposal to allow the delivery of the drug in areas where marijuana retail stores are forbidden. It has been legal to buy cannabisin Calif


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California, Most Liberal State in America Now Leads the Country in Poverty

The true-blue state of California has some of the richest people in America, all liberals who think their left-wing policies will “fix” America. But now, it has been discovered that the Golden State is also the most poverty-stricken state in the country.


California Corrections Officer Attacked by Inmates Dies

Armando Gallegos, a corrections officer at Kern Valley State Prison, was pronounced dead on Friday at Hanford hospital, nearly five months after the attack, according to a news release.


San Jose’s ‘Hope Village’ Camp Forced to Relocate; Search Continues for Alternate Site

San Jose’s Hope Villagestood for a full week after the California Highway Patrol gave the unsanctioned homeless camp 72 hours to clear out. Monday morning, the six homeless residents along with a host of volunteers and orange-vested arrestees sentenced to community service took down tents, packed up


Saratoga crime report for the week of Sept. 21

Driving Under the Influence, Non-Injury Collision: At 5:50 p.m. on Aug. 27, deputies responded to a solo-vehicle non-injury collision at Quito Road and Avon Lane. A vehicle crashed into an electrical pole. An investigation revealed the driver was under the influence of alcohol. The suspect was medic


Support growing for Palo Alto woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault

"To make sure that democracy and the rights of women and Christine Blasey Ford are defended in this country," said Stephanie Gutierrez, a student at U.C. Berkeley.


iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max pricing: What are the best wireless carrier deals?

An Apple iPhone Xs Max, right, and an iPhone Xs rest on a table during a launch event on Sept. 12, 2018, in Cupertino, Calif.(Photo: NOAH BERGER, AFP/Getty Images)


San Jose: Woman’s death inside her home deemed a homicide

Officers were called at 5:17 p.m. Thursday to a home on Terra Noble Way, east of Piedmont Road and Penitencia Creek Park, after someone found the homeowner with “visible injuries and not responding,” according to San Jose police.


San Jose community briefs for the week of Sept. 21

In an effort to make commutes smoother and streets safer, the San Jose City Council is pushing forward a project that will audit 100 traffic signals throughout the city, fixing and retiming those that are not functioning optimally.


City of San Jose wheels and deals for tech growth, Google village

SAN JOSE >> San Jose officials intend to orchestrate multiple property deals that the city hopes will bring more tech companies to north San Jose, create a more enjoyable experience at Avaya Stadium, and pave a smoother path for development of a Google transit village downtown.


Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s get major price cut in India

Technology giant Apple has unveiled new iPhones, including one that is its largest and most expensive one, and the products will be available in India next month. In one of the company's signature launch events at its headquarters in Cupertino, California, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the iPhone Xs a


Homeless campers at San Jose's 'Hope Village' told to vacate

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KTVU)- The California Highway Patrol has told the homeless encampment in San Jose known as “Hope Village” to vacate the property north of downtown by Monday morning.Hope Village organizers spent Saturday packing up some belongings and putting them in storage. The group is scramblin


Inmate Found Dead At Martinez Jail

MARTINEZ, CA -- An investigation is underway Saturday night into the death of a 61-year-old inmate at the Contra Costa County Jail in Martinez, a Sheriff's Office spokesman said tonight in a news release.


East San Jose community gathers to demand Chicano mural restoration, protection

Upset over the gray-washing of the historic Mural de la Raza on the East Side, a rally is held on Mexican Independence Day, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, in San Jose, Calif. The wall that featured a historic mural celebrating city's rich Chicano heritage was painted over last month. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area


San Jose Bike Lanes Confuse Drivers Trying to Park

It's getting tougher to find a parking spot in downtown San Jose. As Maria Medina reports, the problem isn't congestion -- it's confusion. (9-14-18)


Here's how the new $400 Apple Watch Series 4 compares to last...

The new watch has a larger display, upgraded heart-tracking sensors, and a faster chip than last year's model, the Apple Watch Series 3. But it also bears several similarities to last year's model: the new watch gets the same amount of battery life and the design looks nearly identical to the Series


Detroit Lions' 30-27 loss to 49ers shows why they aren't very good

1034481872.jpg SANTA CLARA, CA - SEPTEMBER 16: Kenny Golladay #19 of the Detroit Lions dives in for a touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium on September 16, 2018 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)Ezra Shaw, Getty ImagesFullscreen


Police: California fugitive wanted to see wife 1 last time

CONCORD, Calif. (AP) — A suspect in a Northern California revenge killing went on the run for a month and finally turned himself in at a small town in Oregon after saying goodbye to his wife, authorities said.Terrance Boyd Dixon fled o Bandon, Oregon, where his wife lived so he could hug her one las