Los Altos Hills, CA

Bicyclist attacked in race-fueled hit-and-run in downtown Palo Alto

An assault on Sept. 29 in Palo Alto is being investigated by police as a hate crime after a man on a bicycle was allegedly spat on, called a racial epithet and struck with a pickup truck, Palo Alto police said in a press release on Monday. Palo Alto Police...
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Gilroy Dispatch

Gilroy councilmember says she will not resign

Gilroy City Councilmember Rebeca Armendariz said she will not resign from her position following a testy Oct. 3 meeting where a majority of the council requested she relinquish her seat if a recall effort against her qualifies for the ballot. Of the 23 people who spoke during the public comment...

Take a 360-degree Fleet Week flight with KPIX's Lt. Jessica Burch

CBS News Bay Area's very own pilot and meteorologist Jessica Burch is getting into the spirit of The Fleet Week Air Show by taking the stick of a T33 jet and inviting our viewers to join the virtual reality 360 experience.Here's just a taste -- keep an eye on our website and social channels for the links to fly with Jessica and virtually experience her aviation thrill ride.

Santa Clara Will Enforce Residential Parking Permits Starting In January, 2023

Santa Clara has not been enforcing parking permits in neighborhoods since the pandemic because of stay-at-home orders and reduced City staff hours. But that’s changing next calendar year. Starting January 2, 2023 citations will be issued for Residential Parking Permits (RPP) program violators. The Santa Clara Police Department will...

Biotetch company opens 245,000 square-foot facility in Bay Area

Amgen, the biopharmaceutical company, is opening its second-largest research and development facility in South San Francisco's Oyster Point, representing a significant pharma footprint in the Bay Area. The company signed their lease to the new site nearly three years ago. Its focus will be on the development of medicines in three core treatment areas: cancer, inflammatory disease and cardiometabolic disorders. At nine-stories tall, the 245,000-square-foot facility will house 650 employees...

San Jose reports 51st fatal collision of the year

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) – San Jose police are reporting the 51st fatal traffic collision of the year in the South Bay city, after a pedestrian succumbed to his injuries months after being hit. The collision happened July 30 around 4:19 p.m., according to a San Jose Police Department press release. Officers responded to the […]
NBC Bay Area

First Lady Jill Biden Visits the Bay Area

First lady Dr. Jill Biden is visiting the Bay Area as part of the Biden Administration's Cancer Moonshot initiative and to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The first lady's landed at around 5 p.m. Thursday at San Francisco International Airport. Biden on Friday will visit the UCSF's Helen Diller Family...

Stanford professor arrested, charged with domestic violence

SANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) – A biology professor at Stanford University was arrested in July and arraigned last month on a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office has confirmed to KRON4 News. The Stanford Daily reported that it has reviewed court documents alleging that Hunter Fraser threw his […]

More companies expected to announce layoffs

(KRON) — This week is a big one for the jobs market, and economists say it could give some insight on whether layoffs are on the horizon. “You are going to see people update their resume probably,” said Bob O’Donnell, of Technalysis Research. Bay Area job market experts said it may get bumpy in the […]

LGBTQ+ Inclusive and Affirming Wedding Venue Spotlight: Filoli

Nestled between San Francisco and Silicon Valley is Filoli, an LGBTQ+ inclusive and affirming wedding venue located in Woodside, California. Filoli is recognized as one of the finest remaining country estates of the early 20th century, and contains over 16 acres of formal gardens, a 54,00 square foot Historic Home, and 600+ acres of natural lands. Open to the public since 1977, it was once a private residence to two families, the Bourns and the Roths. Its original construction was completed in 1917. And now, it’s an LGBTQ+ inclusive and affirming wedding venue with queer-identifying staff available to you and your beloved. We caught up with Brittany Jones, the chief experience officer at Filoli, to learn more about the gorgeous California wedding venue.