The investigation was focused on the 800 block of Hurlingame Avenue. The exact building wasn't immediately known.
Peterson was convicted in 2004 and sentenced to death in 2005 for the murder of his wife Laci and their unborn child.
Peterson appeared remotely during a hearing in Redwood City on Friday, November 6, 2020.
A man was shot in the face early Thursday morning by a supect who told him to "empty his pockets" in front of the Days Inn Hotel in Redwood City, police said.
A man accused of raping a woman in San Mateo has been charged with raping two other women along the Peninsula, authorities said Wednesday.
A man using the ATM machine spotted the fur-masked intruders before the bank was open.
The court sent the case back to San Mateo County Superior Court to determine whether Peterson should receive a new trial.
Christien Kafton reports.
A federal judge determined that the EPA ignored its own interpretative regulations and misinterpreted relevant case law.
Redwood City police have closed the Sequoia Station shopping center on El Camino Real as they conduct a police investigation.
The shopping center has been closed off as police conduct an investigation.
On Wednesday at 9:48 p.m., detectives from the police department's City Street Crimes Suppression Team contacted a group of juveniles in the 3200 block of Rollison Road.
He remains in custody on $250,000 bail.
The investigation is ongoing to locate potential witnesses and collect surveillance video in the area.
A Caltrain fatally struck a person on the tracks in Redwood City on Tuesday morning, according to the transit agency.
Among the demands: Creating some type of independent police oversight and establishing a form of emergency response where mental health care and social workers arrive to the majority of 911 calls, as opposed to police.
Ryan Adler said he is speaking up now as heightened focus is being paid to reforming police departments across the country. He believes his insights as a former officer can help bring light to these systemic, cultural problems, especially as leaders are vowing that they, too, want change.
A 57-year-old man suspected of possessing child pornography and high-capacity ammunition magazines was arrested Thursday morning in Redwood City.
A Redwood City firefighter is suing the department he works for, alleging racial discrimination.
It's the highest fine we've seen anywhere in the Bay Area.