A man was fatally stabbed in San Jose late Sunday night, marking the city's 28th homicide of the year, police said.
A suspect is in custody and is being taken to a hospital after an officer-involved shooting this afternoon in San Jose's Alum Rock Neighborhood.
Monday marks three years since San Jose Police shot and killed a 19-year-old woman, who they thought was carrying a gun. It turns out it was a power drill. Her parents have since settled with the City of San Jose and have made it a mission to prevent similar tragedies.
On Wednesday, community and faith leaders gathered at San Jose Police Headquarters to pray for a city, that's seen a record number of homicides this year, and for officer safety. The service comes one day after the city council approved an emergency plan to shift officers to patrol given unprecedented police staffing levels.
The shooting in Baton Rouge is the latest in a series of attacks on law enforcement, rocking the nation and those hired to serve and protect. KTVU rode along with a San Jose Police Officer who called the attacks a bad trend and a dangerous time to be an officer.