Police in Fremont are investigating a shooting that left a mother and her newborn, just two weeks old, injured Tuesday afternoon. It happened on Vallejo Way near Mission Boulevard in the Fremont’s Niles District.
The hit-and-run driver who killed a 12-year-old girl in Castro Valley turned himself in to police on Tuesday.
The Oakland Police Commission fired her without cause on Thursday, along with the blessing of Mayor Libby Schaaf.
The district is working on a plan to divert students to other locations, temporarily, including, at West Oakland Middle School.
The California Highway Patrol is seeking the driver of a truck who they say struck and killed a 12-year-old girl in a crosswalk in Castro Valley on Monday afternoon.
A search is underway for the three suspects who broke into a Pleasanton home in the middle of the night while a woman was housing sitting.
Anne Kirkpatrick said she believes she lost her job because she refused to reimburse commissioner Ginale Harris for towing fees.
Church officials in California placed a priest on leave and opened a new investigation into a sexual misconduct allegation.
The campus has been closed since the discovery Thursday of the cancer-causing chemical trichloroethylene in the groundwater at the school, located at 2607 Myrtle St. in West Oakland.
Police said that at about 3:45 a.m. Sunday, two men smashed the glass of a rear sliding door and entered a house in the Kottinger Ranch neighborhood, on the city's south edge. The suspects confronted a woman resident there, brandishing a handgun, police said. The men demanded cash and then ransacked the house.
Oakland fire dept. responded and capped the hydrant.
There are no classes at the high school on Monday.
That comes two days after the halocarbon chemical compound was found in the groundwater near the school, at 2607 Myrtle St. in West Oakland.
Founder and organizer Fern Stroud speaks with Claudine Wong on Mornings on Two on Saturday, February 22, 2020.
Taylor tells KTVU that her husband has a long history of fighting social and economic injustice.
Not far from the bright city lights, people without stable housing are sleeping wherever they can.
The concern is whether vapors from a known cancer-causing chemical called TCE has infiltrated the building.
Rob Roth reports.
As part of the settlement, the bank admitted that it wrongly collected millions of dollars in fees and interest, harmed the credit ratings of some customers and illegally used customers’ private information, officials said.
Noel Gallo said that the reactions he’s been getting of the phone and through email, are mostly people saying, “it’s no longer City Hall but Silly Hall.”