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Bomb threat forces evacuation of at least 1 Facebook building in Menlo Park
MENLO PARK, Calif. (KGO) -- Police in Menlo Park are responding to a bomb threat that has forced the evacuation of at least one building on the Facebook campus this evening. Police are asking people to avoid the 200 block of Jefferson Drive while they investigate the threat.
Santa Clara County Judge Recalled Over Sentencing of Stanford Rapist Seeks $135K in Donations for Legal Fees
The first California judge to be recalled in more than 80 years, who was ousted from office amid public outrage over a light jail sentence he handed down in a high-profile sexual assault case, is asking supporters for donations to pay off legal fees by the end of the year.
Santa Clara: Passenger in car traveling wrong way suffers major injuries after head-on crash
SANTA CLARA — A woman was rushed to a hospital with life-threatening injuries Wednesday morning after a head-on car crash on Stevens Creek Boulevard near Winchester Boulevard, according to police.
Santa Clara County: 2018’s most dazzling holiday light displays
The Bay Area is aglow with holiday lights this season in all their colorful, twinkling splendor. But while some of us content ourselves to decorate indoors only, others go wild outside. They deck their exterior walls, patios and decks in such stunning fashion, crowds line up to see it all, pose with
SR237 Water Main Break At Eastbound Mathilda Exit Closes Offramp
SUNNYVALE, CA -- Police have closed the eastbound offramp on State Route 237 onto Mathilda Avenue due to water main break. California Highway Patrol and city public works personnel are on scene. The latter is currently making the repairs. There is no known estimated time of the ramp opening.
Bay Area city votes to displace dozens, raze rent-controlled apartments
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Despite hours of impassioned pleas Tuesday night from residents who will lose their homes, City Council voted to allow the eviction of more than 70 tenants and the demolition of their rent-controlled apartment building to make way for new town houses.
Two fatalities, but fewer bike crashes in latest traffic update
An elderly Mountain View man died of his injuries following a collision in Mountain View three months ago, according to the latest release of vehicle crash data from the Mountain View Police Department.
Santa Clara County buys two hospitals for $235 million
Santa Clara County has succeeded in buying two financially struggling hospitals for $235 million, the cornerstone of its plan to relieve overcrowding at the county-run Valley Medical Center and expand services to central San Jose, Morgan Hill and Gilroy.
Bay Area weather: Dense fog affects morning commute
The Bay Area’s morning commute might take longer than usual Tuesday. A dense fog is expected to limit visibility Tuesday morning to less than one-quarter mile at times throughout the Bay Area, according to the National Weather Service.
The priciest rentals on the market in Sunnyvale
We combed through rental listings in Sunnyvale via Zumper to find the priciest availabilities on the market today. Here’s what we found. (Note: prices and availability are subject to change.)
Person killed in Fremont traffic collision, dense fog at scene
FREMONT, Calif. (KTVU) - A person died in Fremont early Tuesday morning in a traffic collision as fog blanketed the Bay Area. Fremont police sent out a 5 a.m. alert, saying that the road was shut down on Paseo Padre Parkway at Waugh Place because of the fatal traffic investigation.
Redwood City police shoot suicidal man armed with knife, man later dies
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (BCN) - A man who Redwood City police say was suicidal has died of his injuries after being shot by a police officer Monday morning. According to police, the man ran at them with a butcher knife.
Google reveals designs for massive 3.12 million square-foot 'village' campus in Mountain View complete with 8,000 homes, parks, cinemas and shops
Google's redesigned campus is getting closer to coming into view. The search giant submitted an updated proposal to the City of Mountain View, California, along with a set of new renders showing what it could look like.
PG&E pole accident knocks out Comcast, internet service in Mountain View
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Damage to a power pole cut several Comcast lines in Mountain View, knocking out Internet service to thousands of residents in the Silicon Valley city on Sunday and Monday.
23 Fun Things: 'The Nutcracker' returns, tastings from steak to Champagne, shopping pop-ups + more Bay Area events
It's about two weeks to Christmas and things are getting seriously freakin' festive. This week, see The Nutcracker at San Francisco Ballet or A Christmas Carol at A.C.T., hear Chanticleer sing their holiday magic, enjoy a Moroccan-style dinner theater, shop Chronicle Books' warehouse sale and more h
Palo Alto teacher dies after officer-involved shooting
Kyle Hart, a teacher at Frank S. Greene Middle School in Palo Alto, died Monday after he was shot by a police officer called to his Redwood City home in response to his attempted suicide.
2 Taken Into Custody After Car Slams Into San Jose Fourplex, Triggering Gas Leak
Two people were taken into custody Monday morning after a car slammed into a residential building in west San Jose, rupturing a gas line in the process and forcing the evacuation of more than one dozen residents, according to officials.
Video of Reuben Foster's domestic violence incident surfaces
Reuben Foster was released by the 49ers stemming from an Oct. 12 incident at his apartment in Santa Clara. A call was made to police by Foster’s then-girlfriend Elissa Ennis over alleged physical contact by Foster. No injuries were reported, but Ennis told police she was “not OK.”
Three girls win wrestling titles; Paly freshman wins a boys title
Palo Alto placed fourth at The Bay Area 56 boys wrestling tournament in Castro Valley with 91 1/2 points as freshman Braumon Creighton won an individual title at 153 pounds. Doh Suzuki and Dash Lee each recorded a runner-up finish at the Webber Lawson wrestling tournament on Saturday at Fremont High
Disabled Man Seriously Burned in San Jose House Fire: Captain
A disabled man suffered serious burn injuries in a two-alarm house fire Sunday afternoon in San Jose, according to the fire department. When fire crews were called to the scene in the 2100 block of Lanai Avenue, they were told the disabled man was still inside, unable to evacuate, fire Capt. Brad Cl