Magnitude 3.5 Earthquake Rattles San Francisco Bay Area
The San Francisco Bay Area was hit by a magnitude 3.5 earthquake today, causing mild shaking in some areas. The quake occurred at 11:47 AM Pacific Time, and its epicenter was located near Pacifica, a coastal city south of San Francisco.
Police Skeptical Of Foster Parents Story About Disabled Son's Disappearance, But Release Them Anyway
Hassani Campbell was born on September 24, 2003, with cerebral palsy, a neurological group of disorders that affect the ability to move and maintain balance and posture. Hassani's mother suffered from health issues and substance abuse, according to the Charley Project.
Celebrate the Arrival of Spring this weekend at the Holi Cupertino Festival of Colors this Sunday
Spring is in the air, and what better way to celebrate its arrival than by attending the Holi Cupertino Festival of Colors? Hosted by the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce, this event is free to the community and promises to be a fun-filled day of music, food, and vibrant colors.
Spring Celebration: Venture Christian Church's Easter Egg Hunt and Fun-Filled Activities on April 1
Spring has finally arrived, and what better way to celebrate than by participating in an Easter Egg Hunt with your family and friends? Venture Christian Church is hosting an event on Saturday, April 1, from 10am to 2pm PDT in Los Gatos, CA. This event promises to be a fun-filled day, with a variety of activities that children of all ages (and their parents and grandparents) can enjoy.
Get Ready for the OMG Family Festival this weekend: Celebrate Easter with Food, Fun, and Culture!
The OMG Family Festival is an exciting event that is coming up on April 1, 2023, at Milpitas Square Barber Lane in Milpitas, CA. This festival is an opportunity for families to come together and celebrate Easter while enjoying moments of happiness and love. The event is organized by O.M.G Entertainment and is set to last for one day, starting from 10 am on April 1 and ending at 5 pm on April 2, Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).
San Jose Schools Burglary Suspect Arrested
The San Jose Police Department announced that a man suspected of carrying out several burglaries at San Jose schools has been arrested. The suspect, identified as Juan Rodriguez, was taken into custody on multiple charges, including commercial burglary, felony vandalism, possession of stolen property, and bringing a weapon onto school grounds.
Police Offer $100,000 Reward for Information on 2022 San Francisco Double Homicide.
Photo by(L) Kieran Carlson, Brandon Alexander Cheese San Francisco Police Department. San Francisco authorities are offering a $100,000 reward for any information that leads to the identification, arrest, and conviction of the perpetrators involved in the 2022 Alice Chalmers Park double homicide. The tragic incident took the lives of two young men and injured two others.
Fishing in the city program teaches kids to fish
Since 1995, the South Bay Fishing in the City program teaches thousands of kids between the ages of 5-15 learn how to fish! The program provides basis skills as tying knots, baiting a hook, and casting a line in addition to promoting a sense of environmental stewardship for our wild life.
Opinion: Why Silicon Valley's Tech Giants Need to Stop Hoarding Wealth and Start Paying Their Fair Share of Taxes
Silicon Valley's tech giants, including Google, Facebook, and Apple, have become some of the most valuable and influential companies in the world. These companies have been extremely successful at creating innovative products and services that have transformed the way we live and work. However, there is a growing controversy over the amount of wealth these companies have accumulated and the amount of taxes they pay.
Discovering San Jose’s Museums: A Guide to the Best Cultural Attractions
San Jose, California is a vibrant and bustling city that is home to a variety of fascinating museums. Whether you’re interested in art, history, science, or technology, San Jose has something to offer everyone. From Tech Interactive, a cutting-edge science and technology museum, to the San Jose Museum of Art, which showcases some of the most innovative and inspiring works of contemporary art, there are many San Jose museums to explore and learn. Here are some of the amazing museums that San Jose has to offer, and why they’re worth a visit.
The Co-Ed Killer, the 6'9" giant who terrorized the United States in 1980s
Edmund Kemper, born in 1948 in Burbank, California, is considered one of the most notorious serial killers in American history, earning the nickname "Co-Ed Killer" due to his tendency to target and murder young women, particularly college students. He gained notoriety for his large stature and his intelligence, which he used to outsmart police.
How To Choose the Right SEO Agency in Brisbane for Your Business
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4 Tasty Burgers in California
If you live in California and you love trying new restaurants from time to time, here is a list of four amazing burger spots in California that are well-known for their food and service.
San Jose Crime Stats for 2023: A Reason for Optimism
As we delve into the crime statistics for 2023 in San Jose, we can't help but feel optimistic about the improvements that have been made in the city. While there is still work to be done, the first two months of the year have shown significant progress in combating crime and ensuring the safety of residents.
Silicon Valley Camp and School Fair: A Day of Excitement and Opportunity
The Silicon Valley Camp and School Fair is just around the corner, and we can't help but feel excited about the incredible opportunities that await families in the Sunnyvale area. This FREE event, sponsored by Stanford Medicine Children's Health, will take place on Saturday, March 25th, at Fremont High School. With more than 50 exhibitors showcasing camps, schools, sports, arts, STEM, and STEAM programs, there's something for everyone to explore and enjoy.
Black professor says she was called a "white supremacist" and bullied for including white people in diversity programs
An article in the New York Post reports on the experience of a black woman who was accused of being a "white supremacist" simply because she questioned certain diversity, equity, and inclusion policies at a college in California.
Salary transparency on the rise in California, especially in Silicon Valley
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. - In a significant shift towards pay transparency, a recent analysis conducted by employment platform Indeed has revealed that salary ranges in job postings have significantly increased, particularly in the Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area. The driving force behind this change is a new state law that requires employers with 15 or more employees to include salary ranges in job advertisements. The data shows that this law has immediately impacted the job market, particularly in the San Francisco area.
9 Silicon Valley Apartments Under $1,200 a Month
San Jose, CA. - Silicon Valley is one of the most expensive places to live in the entire United States. And that's especially true for renters in this housing market. For example, the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the region is fast approaching $2,700 a month! However, renters do have a few more affordable options.
1,200 new small homes will soon be delivered to LA, and 3 other cities-Governor says there is now $1 Billion in funding
Governor Gavin Newsom recently revealed a billion-dollar plan to help tackle the growing homelessness crisis in California. This "Homeless Housing, Assistance, and Prevention (HHAP) Round 4" funding is intended to provide much-needed financial aid for local communities. [i]
Man caught peeping in Mountain View Panera restroom, police say
Mountain View police are still seeking victims of a man they say peeped inside the local Panera Bread women’s restroom. “We wanted to provide an update in a case where a man was arrested after he was caught by a victim peeping in the Mountain View Panera Bread women’s restroom,” Mountain View police wrote in a March 16, 2023, press release.
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