The new technology, to be unveiled Tuesday by CEO Elon Musk, could mean a broader range of travel and improved battery durability.
Officers responded a stabbing report shortly after 1 a.m. in the 40000 block of Stockton Way, where they found four men with severe wounds and lacerations.
Terrell Coffer, 44, of Oakland allegedly stabbed the victim aboard a train as it approached the Warm Springs/South Fremont Station shortly before noon Friday.
The Warm Springs Station was closed for about an hour as BART police investigated.
Henry Lee reports.
These newly released Internal Affairs documents provide the first glimpse into how 10 deputies, sergeants and captains viewed the chain of events that transpired that day. It is also the first time that Lt. Craig Cedergren’s thoughts and actions that day have been made public.
Police don't believe the threats are credible.
A group of fires near the Sunol Regional Wilderness and the Calaveras Reservoir have burned more than 1,700 acres and still had zero containment Monday morning, according to Cal Fire.
A fixture in Fremont for five decades is closing for good. Cloverleaf bowling alley is the latest iconic business to fall victim to the pandemic.
The residence is located in the 37000 block of 3rd Street in Niles.
Fremont's Cloverleaf Bowl, for more than six decades an iconic favorite in this community, is closing permanently.
Tesla overcame a seven-week pandemic-related shutdown at its U.S. assembly plant to post a surprising $104 million net profit for the second quarter.
The sheriff had wanted to fire Lt. Craig Cedergren immediately after the IA case was concluded but had to wait for the proper process, which is called a Skelly hearing, to play out
It's still unclear how she managed to stay healthy for the past two months.
Police say sometime overnight, one or more unidentified people spray painted “Native Land” with splatters of paint to simulate blood on the church.
Tesla workers rallied outside Alameda County Public Health Department on Thursday. They want the county to protect workers at the company's Fremont plant during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Workers said some who are vulnerable or who have vulnerable family members have been fired because they are concerned about returning to work.
The group wants the practice to stop, and it also wants state and county officials to do a better job making sure proper safety procedures are followed at the factory in Fremont, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Police in Fremont on Friday said they investigating incidents involving racist graffiti in the city's Centerville area as a hate crime.
KTVU's Cristina Rendon spoke with Tina Kapoor, Economic Development Manager with the City of Fremont about this creative new initiative aimed at supporting Fremont businesses.