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Young girl injured in Oakland shooting, police say
Officers found the girl on scene and she was transported to the hospital, where she is in stable condition.
Two Murder Charges Dropped in Oakland Triple Homicide Case
Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price has dismissed two out of the three murder charges against Delonzo Logwood, the accused in the Oakland triple homicide case. This case was passed down from the former administration and was one of the first cases Price had to deal with after assuming office in January.
Teens Arrested for String of Robberies in Oakland Back on the Streets
Eight teenagers, recently arrested for a string of more than 35 robberies in Oakland, are all back out on the streets Wednesday. The robberies included an attack on a 63-year-old woman in Rockridge last Sunday and the lack of punishment is prompting concern and frustration from residents. “If you can’t...
Marin County RV Encampment Exemplifies Bay Area's Housing Crisis
A particular road in Marin County has become emblematic of the escalating housing crisis in the Bay Area, which has only been exacerbated by the pandemic. This area, in close proximity to some of the nation's most affluent zip codes, is witnessing the expansion of an RV settlement referred to as Binford Road. The street, situated between Highway 101 and a wildlife sanctuary, is filled with trailers and motorhomes accommodating individuals who have no other options.
How Much Should I Tip? A Guide to Tipping at Bars, Hotels, Salons, in an Uber and More
Almost everywhere you go these days, it seems you're asked for a tip. Whether you're in an Uber, at a bar, in a hotel, at the hair salon or even buying milk at the corner store, once you start to pay, you're often prompted to leave a tip. But how much is appropriate or generous? And when is it OK not to tip?
Dublin Man Charged With Damaging Computers Belonging To His Former Employer
The US Attorney Ismael J. Ramsey and Special Agent in Charge Robert K. Tripp of the Federal Bureau of Investigation have announced that Vamsikrishna Naganathanahalli has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Oakland for a felony offense. The charge is related to the alleged improper access and damage of a protected computer. As per the indictment filed on May 11, 2023, and unsealed today, Naganathanahalli, aged 47 and a resident of Dublin, Calif., accessed a computer system belonging to his former employer, Vituity, after his login credentials had been revoked. The indictment alleges that he replaced real data with masked data, causing damage to a crucial Vituity database.
After decades of homelessness, he had finally secured an apartment in Berkeley. Now, he’s being evicted
After 40 years of experiencing homelessness, Maceo Clardy finally had a place of his own. It was last September when Clardy, 66, began his lease and received the keys to his new apartment. The unit was in a bright yellow South Berkeley senior housing complex. Clardy’s city caseworker helped him fill it with new furniture. Clardy said he was “the happiest guy in the world.”
Man killed in East Oakland shooting; Business owners demand city clean up area
OAKLAND -- A group of business owners on Pearmain Street in Oakland have complained for months about a rise in crime, blight and homeless campers in their neighborhood. They say the situation has deteriorated, and Tuesday night it turned deadly.A man was shot and killed just after 11:30 p.m. on Pearmain, south of 98th Avenue.ALSO READ: Frustrated businesses say Oakland's Pearmain Street is a dangerous dumping groundThe flag on top of Melrose Metal Finishing still flies upside down, a signal of distress. With his surveillance cameras, owner Curtis Nagengast has documented all kinds of crime: drug use, illegal dumping and armed...
Bay Area Pride Month events on Thursday
(KRON) – The first day of June marks the start of Pride Month and there are several events being held around the Bay Area to celebrate. Here are a list of events kicking off Pride Month on Thursday: 10 a.m. Belmont – A pride flag-raising event will be held at Belmont City Hall to kick […]
Nobody in Vegas Wants to Watch the A’s Either
Their attendance in Oakland has been dismal but Dan isn’t convinced moving to Vegas is going to improve matters.
Loaded shotgun, cocaine uncovered during traffic stop on 580 in Oakland
(KRON) — A loaded, unregistered shotgun and cocaine were seized and one person was arrested during a traffic stop on Interstate 580 earlier this month, according to the California Highway Patrol Oakland. On May 18 at around 11 p.m., a CHP unit saw a vehicle weaving and impeding traffic on the eastbound 580 at Fruitvale […]
California City Named The 'Best Place To Raise A Family' In The US
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Vallejo Man Gets 14 Years For Death of Friend Whom He Was Helping to Confront an Ex-Boyfriend In Dublin
It was characterized as a home-invasion robbery gone wrong, but the death of 28-year-old Adrianna Marie Navarro was a complicated case and a tragic one, involving a volatile relationship and a violent confrontation that followed a breakup. The event that led to Navarro being fatally shot occurred on January 1,...
Fatal Highway 1 Lagoon Crash: Two Drivers Identified
The San Mateo County Coroner's Office has released the names of the two drivers who were killed in a fatal accident on Highway 1 in San Mateo County. The victims have been identified as Patricio Cabrera, Jr., 29, of San Francisco, and James Allan Willis, 66, of Davenport. The crash took place near Bean Hollow State Beach, close to Pescadero, when both vehicles went off the road and landed in a lagoon.
57-year-old woman dies in solo DUI crash in Fremont
(KRON) — A 57-year-old woman who was involved in a single vehicle crash where alcohol was a factor has died, according to the Fremont Police Department. The crash happened on May 12 at around 4:28 p.m. Fremont PD dispatch got a 911 call about a crash on Kato Road and Auburn Street, police said. Police […]
One Person Airlifted After Vehicle Crash on Byron Highway
At 8:44 pm Wednesday, Contra Costa County Fire Protection District firefighters responded to a report of a three vehicle crash at Byron Highway near Orwood in unincorporated Brentwood. The crash was blocking the roadway. It was reported that possibly two people were trapped in a vehicle, however, when Contra Costa...
San Francisco man accused of beating roommate during Zoom call, burning her alive is convicted of murder
The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office says Min Jian Guan has been convicted of killing 79-year-old Yu Quin Sun in a “horrific and brutal" attack in 2020.
Chinatown Bakery Owner Discovers Link Between Stabbing Suspect and Past Attack
Henry Chan, the owner of AA Bakery in Chinatown, has discovered a startling connection between a recent stabbing incident at his store and a past attack on his father. He revealed that the suspect in both cases is the same person, Poi Ly, who is currently on parole for a 2016 attempted murder conviction. It is alleged that Ly stabbed Chan's father seven years ago while the older man was playing cards in Portsmouth Square in Chinatown.
Oakland Firefighters Save Life and Finish Yardwork for Cancer Patient
Displaying a remarkable act of kindness, Oakland firefighters not only saved the life of a man undergoing cancer treatment but also completed his yardwork after he collapsed in front of his home. The man had fallen on the sidewalk while tending to his front yard, feeling dizzy from his medical condition. His wife recounted the story on the community platform, Nextdoor.
San Francisco Carjacking Victim Identified in Fatal Truck Crash
The victim of a fatal San Francisco carjacking incident has been identified as 58-year-old Victor Nguyen. Authorities report that the suspect, Carlos Gomez, stole a city truck containing buckets of paint and caused the deadly crash at a bus shelter on 16th Street and Potrero Avenue.
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