Three arrested in connection with De Anza High School shooting in Richmond

Three suspects have been arrested in connection with a Sept. 27 shooting near De Anza High school that left three people injured during a football game. The arrests were announced by interim police Chief Bisa French in an update to Mayor Tom Butt and the City Council that was posted Sunday on Butt's online forum.

Three arrested in connection with De Anza High School Shooting

Three suspects have been arrested in connection with a Sept. 27 shooting near De Anza High school that left three people injured during a football game. The arrests were announced by interim police Chief Bisa French in an update to Mayor Tom Butt and the City Council that was posted Sunday on Butt's online forum.

Interim Richmond police chief speaks out

"I'm excited to have the opportunity to take over as the interim chief. It's also a little sad the way it's happened," says Bisa French, who until days ago was Richmond police assistant chief.

City of Richmond yellow tags storage shed, family will now stay in shelter

In Richmond, a mother and her two young children are staying in a shelter after the city yellow-tagged their home. KTVU's Alyana Gomez reports their home was no ordinary rental unit, but an un-permitted storage shed. This is also not the first time the landlord was warned about renting out these kinds of sheds.

Gun control center stage at East Bay congressman’s town hall

A town hall in Richmond hosted by East Bay Congressman Mark DeSaulnier was supposed to be about immigration issues, but the recent mass shootings across America helped bring an overflow crowd. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports the congressman told the audience it's time for Congress to end its summer recess and act.

Richmond residents call for coal ban, company says it would cost jobs

A vigorous coal debate is underway in the city of Richmond where there was a packed house at city hall. KTVU's Jana Katsuyama reports community groups called for a city-wide ban on the storage and handling of coal and petroleum. But the company that opearates the coal facility says that a ban would cost dozens of jobs.

Rise in Bay ferry popularity: Creating new commuter corridors

Ferry service to Richmond launched five months ago. So far, officials say it has beaten all expectations, projections and prognostications. With the runway success of the new Richmond Ferry, replacing one that failed 19 years ago, we may have reached the mass transit tipping point. KTVU's Tom Vacar reports.