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Mountain View Police Arrest Mother For Murder Of Newborn Son

MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF) — A 31-year-old Mountain View woman was arrested for murder Wednesday after the body of her newborn son was found discarded outside her home. Officers arrested Jennifer Tupper days after an autopsy determined that the infant died from “significant injuries.” Tupper faces charges of murder and child abuse resulting in great bodily injury or death. “This is a tragic case for our community,” said Chief Chris Hsiung. “We are devastated by this news, and we are grieving with the community on the loss of this baby’s life.” The case began on Monday when the Mountain View Police Department Emergency...
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UPDATE: 3 Injured In Shooting At San Leandro Birthday Party; Hesperian Blvd. Shut Down

SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) — Three people were shot and injured in San Leandro outside a birthday party celebration early Thursday morning, and the investigation had blocked Hesperian Blvd. for hours, police said Thursday. The shooting happened on the 15200 block of Hesperian Blvd. San Leandro police said several hours earlier at about 11 p.m. Wednesday, officers had responded to a loud music complaint and learned a party was being held at a banquet hall at the location. Officers spoke with the on-site security staff and requested that the music be turned down, police said. At around 2 a.m., police received multiple 911...
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Mutation of delta variant reported in Santa Clara County

A mutation of the predominant delta variant was detected in Santa Clara County on Wednesday. Santa Clara County's COVID-19 variant dashboard has reported almost 50 total cases of mutated delta variants of the coronavirus, including 46 cases of "AY.1 variant" known as delta plus. Officials categorized delta plus as a...
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Menlo Park man arrested for home invasion rape in San Carlos

A 35-year-old Menlo Park man has been arrested Wednesday on suspicion of raping a woman during a home invasion in San Carlos last week. On Sunday, the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office launched an investigation into the incident that reportedly occurred during the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 17. The suspect, identified as 35-year-old Fernando Altuna Mendoza, “entered the victim’s residence, undressed, and stood over her while she was sleeping in her room,” the Sheriff’s Office said.
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VIDEO: Wind-Whipped Dixie Fire Ignites Homes In Greenville; Fire Crews ‘Going Into Life Threat Mode’

LAKE ALMANOR, Plumas County (CBS SF) — A wall of wind-whipped flames from the Dixie Fire roared into the Plumas County community of Greenville Wednesday night, igniting homes as firefighters desperately attempted to rescue residents who had failed to obey orders to evacuate. Operations Section Chief Jake Cagle said the blaze began ripping through the community of 2,100 residents around 4 p.m. “It (the fire) got into Greenville, so crews are working right now, structure defense and going into life threat mode right now,” he said. “There’s still a lot of people, unfortunately, in Greenville who did not evacuate. So we are...
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Family of Philip Kreycik Confirms Body Found In Pleasanton Is That of Missing Jogger

PLEASANTON (CBS SF) — The family of Philip Kreycik on Thursday confirmed the body found in Pleasanton is that of the missing Berkeley jogger. Kreycik’s wife, Jen Yao, and his parents, Keith and Marcia Kreycik, spoke to reporters at a press conference Thursday morning. Yao said even though it had been four weeks since her husband had disappeared she had still held out hope he would be found. “I think when you’re hoping for a miracle, you don’t realize that it’s that last bit of hope that’s been carrying you on,” said Yao. “And it was brutal when that was taken away.” Through...
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CDC: Santa Cruz County reporting 'substantial transmission' of COVID-19

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — -Video from previous broadcast. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on Thursday that Santa Cruz County had "substantial" COVID-19 transmission. The CDC recommended last week that counties reporting "substantial" or "high" levels of transmission should issue indoor mask mandates for all individuals. As of...
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Wildfire smoke forecast to pour into Bay Area: Here's when

Wildfires have ravaged California in recent months, but the San Francisco Bay Area has been mostly spared from the toxic smoke these blazes have produced. That's about to change with northerly winds forecast to push sooty air from fires burning in the northwest part of the state into the region, the National Weather Service said.
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Wife speaks out after missing Bay Area runner found dead

On a sunny Thursday morning in Pleasanton, Jen Yao, the wife of Philip Kreycik, answered questions through tears about the three-week search for her husband that ended with his body being found under a tree on a ridge. "Even when we think we're in control, accidents can happen," Yao said,...
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Mountain View woman arrested after newborn found dead outside home: Police

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (KRON) — A Mountain View woman was arrested on suspicion of murder after her newborn baby was found discarded outside her home, authorities said. On Aug. 2, around 2:30 p.m. Mountain View police received a call from a woman who said her friend had just recently given birth. The woman said she was living on the 200 block of Leghorn Street.
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Triple shooting at San Leandro banquet birthday party

SAN LEANDRO, Calif. - Three people were shot early Thursday in San Leandro at a birthday party, police said. All of the three people are expected to live, according to Capt. Ali Kahn said. Police were originally called out to the 15200 block of Hesperian Boulevard to address a loud...
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