The governor made the announcement to house all homeless amid the coronavirus pandemic in Campbell on Saturday, April 18, 2020.
Health officials said the new tactic of social distancing will dramatically slow the spread of the coronavirus, but how well are people doing that?
A driver going the wrong way on Highway 17 in Campbell, was killed in a crash early Friday morning.
Campbell police say package thieves is not only a problem here, but everywhere. They have strategically placed decoy boxes in "hot spots" known throughout town.
A San Francisco punk band just completed their West Coast tour when four of their guitars were stolen from the lead singer's trailer in Campbell.
A dispute between a deaf customer and a South Bay fast-food restaurant employee has led to claims of discrimination.
A criminal investigation is underway into a fire at a pet store in Campbell on Wednesday morning after authorities determined the blaze started on the exterior of the building, fire officials said. Crews responded at 7:02 a.m. to the fire at the Pets and More store at 841 Hamilton Ave., according to the Santa Clara County Fire Department.
A 17-year-old girl suspected of stabbing two other teens late Friday in Campbell surrendered to police 12 hours later, authorities said. Both victims were stabbed at least once, police said.
KTVYU broadcasting live from Campbell on June 21, 2019.
A donut shop is a donut shop right? Not when it comes to Psycho Donuts, Campbell's answer to boring donut shops.
In 100 years, Campbell has gone from fields of luscious fruit orchards to a bustling list of profitable businesses.
How much do Campbellites know about their city? We took to the streets to find out if they could answer our five big questions as we get ready to “Zip-Trip” to the 95008.
Campbell police are searching for a man who was captured on surveillance video peeking into a child's bedroom early Monday morning.
Package thefts are a growing problem in many Bay Area cities. Now, some South Bay lawmakers want harsher penalties including possible prison time for so-called porch pirates. KTVU's Azenith Smith reports.
Campbell Police Department announced for the first time it used a controversial antidote to help save the life of a heroin user.
A crane fully extended some 190 feet in the air, suddenly toppled over just before noon Tuesday as it was replacing a power pole. The crane arm came crashing down on a house and several other structures.