The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has extended the Spare the Air alert through Wednesday, which will mark 30 straight days of messages that the air quality is poor.
Joseph Houg was released from the main Santa Clara County jail in San Jose after securing a $100,000 bail bond.
Jesse Gary reports.
On May 14, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office received a report from a 13-year-old boy that the director of the Los Gatos Youth Center made him feel uncomfortable during a one-on-one Zoom meeting.
It was a surprise for 7-year-old Collette Towler who has battled leukemia for the past two years but now is in remission.
Asa Restaurant says the changes its made allows it to keep its entire staff employed during the pandemic.
A rogue gift shop in the South Bay is letting Gavin Newsom what they think of his coronavirus restrictions with a popular shirt.
A group of fortune tellers are accused of swindling a Los Gatos kindergarten teacher out of her home and all her possessions. Victoria Nelson is now suing the group, hoping to get some of her life back.
On Wednesday, the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force singled out Santa Clara County and said gatherings should be limited to 250 people. It comes as a legally-binding order prohibiting events with 1,000 people is now in effect.
San Jose police said they are following up on a "cold case homicide" in the 100 block of Santa Cruz Avenue in Los Gatos.
The mountain lion was captured and euthanized earlier this week.
Ann Rubin reports.
Six people were taken to the hospital after a Thursday morning crash on southbound Highway 17 near Los Gatos.
Jennifer Higgins Bradanini said in a statement Wednesday that she was "heartbroken and deeply saddened by this tragic death," having been involved in the collision that killed 66-year-old Timothy Starkey at about 11:40 a.m. Monday on Blossom Hill Road across the street from Blossom Hill Elementary School.
It’s 34 acres filled with 45,000 trees, featuring dozens of varieties from sequoias to Douglas firs dotting the Santa Cruz Mountains just like real life ornaments.
Santa Clara County Fire Department says Verizon hindered their efforts to battle the Mendocino Complex Fire and accuse the company of data throttling, reducing their internet speeds to one-two-hundredth of the normal speed after they went over their data limit. Now they have filed a claim as part of a legal challenge to the FCC repeal of Net Neutrality rules.
With most of the Bay Area under an excessive heat advisory, extra safety precautions are in place for Friday and throughout the holiday weekend. School districts including one in Los Gatos are letting out students early Friday because of the heat.
An 82-year-old San Jose woman is recovering at a rehabilitation center after she was badly injured in a robbery at an Apple store.
A woman was arrested after the body of another woman was found in a South Bay home. Jesse Gary reports.
A Los Gatos family is devastated, after a mudslide nearly took out three homes on the family property and damaged several cars. At least one of the homes is uninhabitable after the foundation buckled. One woman who was trapped turned to Facebook Live for help.