Allie Rasmus reports from Hayward.
A 40-year-old man on Friday was charged in the stabbing death of his wife in Hayward, police said.
The city of Hayward has had three homicides in 35 days. Last year the city had five homicides all of last year.
Police continue to investigate the disappearance of a19-year-old Hayward woman who was last seen on Jan 18, 1971.
A man who was found fatally shot early Sunday morning was identified by police as 19-year-old Farrarri Johnson of Oakland.
Man killed during early-morning party
The deadly shooting at a Hayward Airbnb over the weekend is raising more questions about safety.
The identity of the victim is being withheld until his family can be notified, police said.
Paramedics pronounced the man dead at the scene.
Brim is scheduled to return to court on Monday for a mental competency hearing before another judge, Superior Court Judge Michael Gaffey.
It's a restaurant that seems like it's from another era.
Police said John Creech Jr., 20, of Hayward, was shot in the area of Santa Clara Way and Yolo Street at about 4:45 p.m. on Saturday and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The discovery comes less than eight hours after a shooting victim was pronounced dead at 4:45 p.m. in the area of Amador Way and Yolo Street.
The first victim was found near Amador Way and Yolo Street. The second victim was discovered on the 2700 block of Belvedere Court.
Residents who participate in HomeAid Northern California's 18-month "Tiny Homes" program will be able to use the rent they have paid to the First Presbyterian Church toward a deposit on a permanent housing solution.
According to a police spokesperson, at least one suspect was in the stolen vehicle and was wanted by police in connection to a robbery. The suspect was evading officers at the time of the crash, however police say this was not a chase.
The accident reported at 1:48 a.m. about one-half-mile west of the toll plaza, where a 25-year-old woman was in a black 2014 Volkswagen Jetta sedan stopped on the right shoulder.
Edwin Villalta’s treatment and the events that led to his death not only haunt his family to this day, they raise serious questions about how county jails across the state care for people with mental illness and how they use isolation cells. Villalta’s story also sheds light on California’s lax laws governing the amount of time inmates can be held in solitary confinement.
A woman describes the chaotic knife fight on a BART train that left a good Samaritan dead. The woman, a nursing student, comforted the victim as she applied pressure to his stab wounds.
New details emerge in the case of the BART fatal-stabbing suspect. Brim charged with murder, doesn't enter plea.