A South Bay police department is turning to technology in hopes of filling vacant positions.
Jimmie Macrander, 85, was last seen around noon Friday in San Jose.
Two people killed in a wrong-way collision early Friday morning on state Highway 85 in Mountain View have been identified, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office.
A 21-year-old San Jose woman was killed Sunday morning in a solo vehicle crash on the connector from westbound State Route 237 to northbound 101 in Sunnyvale, the California Highway Patrol reported. The driver of the vehicle, a minor, was placed under arrest on suspicion of DUI, CHP Officer Ross Lee said.
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We took a ride around Sunnyvale with Detective Mary Cayori, and saw the city through her eyes. When she sees a couple of young children crossing a parking lot she stops, to say hi.
An East Bay musician performed in honor of his 24-year-old son gunned down in East Oakland. The shooting happened Monday and so far the gunman has not been caught and a motive has not been determined. KTVU's Azenith Smith reports Wednesday's summer concert in Sunnyvale was more for the victim's father than for fans. For him, it was his therapy.
A fight is underway in Sunnyvale to save apricot trees in one of the last remaining orchards in Silicon Valley. The orchard sits behind the Sunnyvale Community Center. The historical museum next door wants to expand and that could result in cutting down trees. KTVU's Azenith Smith reports.
The driver who plowed into pedestrians in Sunnyvale may have targeted his victims based on race, believing they were Muslim. KTVU's Ann Rubin reports.
The suspect accused of intentionally running down eight people at a busy intersection in Sunnyvale is set to make his first court appearance Friday. 34-year-old Isaiah Peoples faces eight counts of attempted murder charges. Four victims remain in the hospital. KTVU's Azenith Smith reports.
A 13-year-old girl, who was a victim in the Sunnyvale car crash, is now in a coma, court records indicate. Two other victims being treated at San Jose's Valley Medical Center were upgraded from serious to fair condition on Thursday. KTVU's Maureen Naylor reports.
Fifteen-year-old Miguel Balbuena is walking with crutches Wednesday night. He’s one of eight pedestrians who was hit and survived a horrific crash in Sunnyvale. Police identified the driver as 34-year-old Isaiah Peoples of Sunnyvale. Authorities said Peoples intentionally drove into the group as they were waiting at the light on El Camino Real, but that it was not an act of terrorism. KTVU's Azenith Smith reports.
Authorities in Sunnyvale are recommending eight counts of attempted murder charges for the driver who apparently acted intentionally when he ran over a group of people Tuesday night. Investigators say it was intentional but does not appear to be an act of organized terrorism. They're also looking into the suspect's mental health history. KTVU has team coverage
Sunnyvale police held a news conference Wednesday afternoon where they said most of the eight victims in a crash that appears to have been intentional are in moderate and or stable condition. They are recommending 8 counts of attempted murder charges for the suspect, Isaiah Joel Peoples. A 13-year-old girl was hurt the most and remains in critical condition. KTVU's Ann Rubin reports.
A major injury collision occurred Tuesday evening in Sunnyvale, according to the city's department of public safety. A driver is in custody after plowing into eight people, sending them to the hospital with injuries. Witnesses say the driver did not slow down before hitting the people and crashing into a tree. KTVU's Azenith Smith reports.
A 13-year-old boy took video of a woman spraying him with water from her home's porch in Sunnyvale. She accuses the boy of playing his music too loudly. Now she may face a criminal charge. KTVU's Amber Lee reports.
Snow covered many Bay Area peaks and hillsides Tuesday including Mount Hamilton.
This week’s series of winter storms underscore the need for homeless shelters year-round according to some advocates. But most cold weather shelters are slated to close their doors in a few weeks. Jesse Gary reports.