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Police Refuse To Look For Missing 4-Year-Old Boy Abducted During Assault They Say Just "Ran Away"

Mitchell OwensState of California Attorney General. Ora Owens is the mother of three sons. The family lived in the eastern area of Menlo Park, California. On February 3, 1983, a police officer arrived at her apartment. The officer was there to question Ora about a police report on a stolen purse that she had filed the previous month.
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Multiple vegetation fires burn along Interstate 280 in San Jose; firefighter hurt

SAN JOSE -- Multiple small vegetation fires were burned along Interstate Highway 280 in San Jose Wednesday afternoon and firefighters were able to knock them down, authorities said.The San José Fire Department said the fires were originally reported at 3:52 p.m. and were burning in the area between Bird Avenue and Race Street just west of state Highway 87. One firefighter was hurt after getting assaulted by a homeless person while the firefighter was responding to the fires near Race Street. The firefighter was being assessed for injuries and the suspect was arrested.The fire department said no structures were threatened. Traffic along the stretch of I-280 was at a crawl and drivers were urged to avoid the area if possible. 

LIV Golf lawyer appears to drop MAJOR bombshell in court

The lawyer representing the LIV Golf rebels in court today against the PGA Tour appeared to drop a major bombshell. Robert Walters, the legal representative making arguments for the Saudi-backed series, let slip a rather interesting remark. Rumour: Is Cameron Young about to join Cameron Smith over on LIV Golf?!

San Jose expected to lose hundreds of cops

The San Jose Police Department should expect a mass exodus of officers in the next three years, union leaders said. A survey conducted by The San Jose Police Officers’ Association shows more than 200 officers are planning to resign—with more than 150 wishing to do so in the next 36 months. Among those planning to leave, four out of... The post San Jose expected to lose hundreds of cops appeared first on San José Spotlight.

Yes, there’s really a World Dog Surfing Championship. Here’s the latest winner

Dog lovers and surfing enthusiasts both gathered at Pacifica’s Linda Mar Beach Saturday morning in large crowds for the World Dog Surfing Championship. The event invites surfers and their loyal pets for a beach day full of activities, with proceeds going to dog-related nonprofits. The day was filled with “surf and doggy costume competitions, dog adoptions, a pet wellness fair and a ‘yappy hour’ to end the festivities,” according to HuffPost.

Surf’s up, Dawg! World Dog Surfing Championships Finish Up

The waves were calling and the canines answered them for The World Dog Surfing Championships. A doggone good time was had by all at the second annual event held at Linda Mar Beach in Pacifica, California on August 6, 2022. Surf Dawgs For surfers who are pet parents, a “surf dog” or “amphibious canine” comes […] The post Surf’s up, Dawg! World Dog Surfing Championships Finish Up appeared first on DogTime.

Large Cupertino Apartment Complex Bought

Prometheus Real Estate Group, a landlord with buildings throughout Northern California, Oregon, and Washington, recently purchased McClellan Terrace, a 94-unit apartment complex located at 7918 through 7954 McClellan Road in Cupertino. The real estate group, headquartered in San Mateo, paid 52 million to an affiliate owned by Doris Davis, an individual based in San Jose, to purchase the apartments.

Silicon Valley law to end unruly behavior on Newsom’s desk

A California bill that would allow public officials to remove disruptive individuals from meetings is poised to become law after gaining bipartisan support. State Sen. Dave Cortese and Assemblymember Evan Low introduced a bill earlier this year to update and strengthen the 69-year-old Ralph M. Brown Act, California’s open meeting law. The state legislators say... The post Silicon Valley law to end unruly behavior on Newsom’s desk appeared first on San José Spotlight.

DNA test leads to arrest of Maui man in 40-year-old California murder case

A DNA test has lead to the arrest of a man from Hawaii as a suspect in the killing of 15-year-old Karen Stitt in California in 1982.Gary Ramirez, 75, was arrested by Sunnyvale police in Maui on 2 August.Stitt disappeared after waiting for a bus in Sunnyvale on 3 September 1982. Her naked body was discovered by a delivery truck driver 100 yards from the bus stop. She had been stabbed multiple times and sexually assaulted.Police say Ramirez's DNA matched blood on Stitt's jacket and a wall where she was left.Sign up to our newsletters. Read More Dont Pay UK: What is it and what do they do?Eric Trump blames Biden administration for FBI raid on Mar-a-LagoLangya virus: What is the new disease discovered in China?

San Jose community narrows down new name contenders for Columbus Park

The process to rename San Jose’s Columbus Park continues, and the city wants your input. The Department of Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhoods is seeking the community’s participation in the third and final round of surveys. Five potential names prevailed in the second round of rank-surveys that the public...