Chief Phan Ngo explains the duties of the department.
Cepheid Chief Medical and Technology Officer Dr. Dave Persing explains what the Sunnyvale-based healthcare company has developed in the battle against coronavirus.
The U.S. Department of Justice said its criminal complaint against Arrayit Corp. President Mark Schena is the nation's first securities fraud prosecution related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Newsom said California currently has a little over 4,200 ventilators, but more than a thousand of them don’t work.
Leigh Martinez reports from Oakland.
The Governor and the Mayor spoke to the media on Saturday, March 28, 2020. Bloom Energy is refurbishing ventilators for the State of California.
Members of the community are stepping up by donating much needed medical supplies to first responders. And now a new program in Santa Clara County aims to help by picking them up from your porch.
Authorities confirmed Friday night that the man who received CPR from Sunnyvale first responders, and who later died, did not test positive for COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Five Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety officers who performed CPR on a 72-year-old man, who later died during an emergency call on Thursday, are not being tested for the coronavirus (COVID-19), officials said.
The fire started during the afternoon on Wednesday, March 4, 2020.
Sunnyvale's Measure B and Santa Clara's Measure C would move the two cities to district-based systems, doing away with the citywide at-large systems the two had used to elect councilmembers in the past.
Authorities in Sunnyvale arrested a UPS worker on Sunday, potentially thwarting a mass workplace shooting.
Sunnyvale residents and Santa Clara residents with are deciding on changes to their voting systems in Tuesday's primary election, following moves by other Bay Area cities to transition to district-based voting in recent years.
This is the first Caltrain fatality of 2020.
Michael Lewis, 39, of Vallejo, was arrested on suspicion of human trafficking, domestic violence, vandalism and destruction of a cellphone when calling 911, according to the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety.
A snowboarder from Sunnyvale has been found dead at an Oregon ski resort a day after another snowboarder suffered a fatal fall in the same area, authorities said Tuesday.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Officers initially responded at about 2:20 a.m. to a report of trash cans burning near a residence in the 800 block of South Mary Avenue. The fire damaged a fence and parked vehicle before being extinguished, public safety officials said.
The two break-in sites are 11 miles apart. Authorities have not yet said if the break-ins are connected.
Maureen Naylor reports.