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2 people stabbed in separate attacks minutes apart in San Jose
SAN JOSE -- Two people were stabbed and severely injured in separate San Jose attacks Thursday afternoon by the same person who also stole the vehicle of one of the victims.San Jose Police said the stabbing attack occurred minutes apart in the southwestern portion of the city. The first scene was at Kooser Road and Dellwood Way near Blossom Hill Road in the city's Pepper Tree neighborhood. Officers responded at about 3:11 p.m. and found one victim stabbed with life-threatening injuries. Minutes later at about 3:31 p.m., officers responded to reports of another stabbing and carjacking at a Target Store parking lot about three miles away on the 1800 block of Hillsdale Avenue between Ross Avenue and Camden Avenue. The suspect carjacked a victim after stabbing them, also leaving the victim with life-threatening injuries.While the vehicle fled, it hit a pedestrian at the scene. That victim's injuries were not life-threatening.Police said based on the preliminary investigation, it's believed there is one suspect for these incidents. People were being urged to stay out of the area of both crime scenes during the investigation.There was no suspect information available.
Triple Homicide in South Bay Crime Rampage, Suspect Apprehended
A crime spree in San Jose and Milpitas resulted in three deaths, as the adult male suspect stabbed and carjacked multiple victims. Authorities have since apprehended the suspect and believe there is no further threat to the public.
San Jose police seek shooter who left man dead, woman injured
Authorities are searching for the culprit in a shooting near a San Jose homeless encampment that left a man dead and a woman injured. Officers were called just before 9:50 p.m. on Monday to the area of Willow and Lelong streets, near Highway 87 and Tamien Park, for reports of the shooting. They found the woman with at least one gunshot wound at the scene, according to the San Jose Police Department. ...
San Jose police serve warrant in Hollister
HOLLISTER, Calif. — A large police presence was reported in Hollister on Wednesday. According to residents, police descended onto Mission Oaks Mobile Home Park. San Jose police told KSBW 8 that they were serving a search warrant at the mobile home park. An officer on the scene told us the search was connected to a shooting in San Jose.
Community memorial held three years after death of George Floyd
Michael Popoola, who currently lives in Morgan Hill but used to live along Blossom Hill Road, arrived in Town Plaza Park, May 25, for a community memorial three years after the death of George Floyd. The volunteer with social justice nonprofit AWỌ Center said he was excited to get to...
Inmate dies at Milpitas jail after being found unresponsive in his cell
MILPITAS -- An inmate at Elmwood Correctional Facility in Milpitas has died after being found unresponsive in his cell Wednesday morning, but foul play is not suspected at this point, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office.Jail deputies at 11:12 a.m. Wednesday found the unresponsive 57-year-old man, whose name was not immediately released, and began CPR until medical personnel arrived. He was taken to a hospital and was pronounced dead there at 5:35 p.m., sheriff's officials said. Investigators have not found any evidence of foul play or suspicious circumstances in the death of the man, who was housed alone in the cell at the time. The man had been booked into the jail Sunday on suspicion of drug possession offenses in a Los Gatos police investigation. His death is being investigated jointly between the county Sheriff's Office, District Attorney's Office and Medical Examiner's Office, as is standard protocol for in-custody deaths.
Bay Area man pleads not guilty to stabbing mother to death in Shasta County
REDDING, Calif. — A 21-year-old man from the Bay Area entered a not guilty plea during his arraignment in Shasta County Thursday morning, according to the Shasta County District Attorney's Office. Jacob Mandujano, of Redwood City, denied the allegations that he fatally stabbed his mother, 51-year-old Yose Elizabeth Barron-Alcazar,...
Deadly Crash on Kato Road Revives Debate on Boulder Hazards in Fremont
A recent deadly collision on Kato Road in Fremont has ignited a discussion about the safety of boulders placed along the road to discourage RV parking. The accident, which resulted in the death of a 57-year-old woman, has led to questions about whether the boulders are doing more harm than good.
Runner didn’t know he nabbed ‘invaluable’ find on CA beach — until turning on the news
Unbeknownst to him, the runner took home an ancient artifact that was part of a frantic days-long search.
New Housing Coming to San Jose
A stretch of Alum Rock Avenue in San Jose will eventually be home to 60 units of much-needed housing. The construction comes at a time when project lead Charities Housing says the need is getting desperate. "We just need to build more, to build faster, get community support, and get...
Summer 2023 weather forecast for San Jose, CA
Prepare for summer weather in San Jose, CA with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
No injuries to occupants, dog after car fire on Hwy 17 in Campbell: officials
(KRON) — Crews were able to safely extinguish a car fire on Highway 17 in Campbell, the Santa Clara County Fire Department announced Wednesday on Facebook. The car’s two occupants were not injured in the fire, including a dog that was inside the vehicle. The fire happened around 10:44 a.m. Monday on northbound Highway 17 […]
Woman suspected in San Mateo Ulta store theft arrested at Fremont Ulta store
SAN MATEO -- A Hayward woman suspected of stealing from an Ulta cosmetics store in San Mateo last month was arrested after being spotted inside another Ulta store in Fremont.San Mateo Police were called to the Ulta Beauty store at the Bridgepointe Shopping Center on the morning of May 20 on the report of a theft that occurred the previous evening. Officers learned a man and a woman entered the store at about 7:44 p.m. and began to stuff merchandise into a shoulder bag and purse.After the manager approached the woman to ask if she planned on buying the items,...
Victims identified after double fatal Tesla crash on Highway 1 near Pescadero
(KRON) — Two victims were identified after a deadly head-on collision on Highway 1 near Pescadero caused a Tesla and Subaru SUV to plunge into a beach lagoon. A San Mateo County Coroner identified the Tesla driver as Patricio Cabrera Jr., 29, of San Francisco. Cabrera was pulled out of his submerged 2022 Tesla and […]
An Afternoon of Blues and R&B at St. James Park
Ranging from the blues to soul, this event should bring in a lot of music lovers: because J.C. Smith and Noah and the Arkiteks are coming to the Levitt Pavilion. Guitarist and singer J.C. Smith started his band in San Francisco and has been paving the way since the 2000s revitalizing the blues sound throughout the Bay Area. The funky Noah and the Arkiteks started off more recently in San Jose, in the 2010s, covering classic songs like Chaka Khan’s “Tell Me Something Good” and Stevie Wonder’s “Master Blaster” and are bringing that old school soul sound to the good people of San Jose.
San Jose's Homeless Population Declines: Unique Approach by Mayor Seemingly Pays Off
San Jose Mayor Matt Mahan recently shared some uplifting news: the city's unsheltered homeless population has seen a decline of more than 10% since 2022, a success attributed to an innovative and humanitarian-focused approach. A combination of strategies, including Quick-Build Communities and safe parking sites, has fostered the city's reduction in unsheltered homelessness, which led to a significant drop for the second year in a row.
Mountain View Whisman School District considers changing district boundaries
At last month’s Mountain View Whisman School District’s Board of Trustees Meeting, members discussed the possibility of altering the geographic boundaries of the district to accommodate projected enrollment growth. However, the need for this change has been questioned, particularly in light of an 11% enrollment decline during the pandemic.
Campbell Residents Frustrated After Burglar With Extensive Record Ransacks at Least 6 Businesses
Police in the South Bay say they've caught up with a serial burglar after he allegedly ransacked at least half a dozen businesses in Campbell. Video captured the moment Bagel Bar was broken into Monday night. It shows the suspect, Jonny Miles, using a crowbar to enter the business and grab the mostly-empty cash register off the counter before walking out the front door as the alarm was sounding off.
Popular Fresh Food Store Launches New Branch in San Jose
A new grocery store has opened in San Jose this week. Where most stores get their fruits and veggies from places that are more than 1,500 miles away, this food market are doing something different by getting most of their fresh food from nearby farms.
Santa Clara County Sees Modest Decline in Overall Homelessness
The number of unhoused individuals dropped by 1.2 percent across Santa Clara County and by 4.7 percent within the City Limits of San Jose compared to 2022, according to preliminary results of the County’s 2023 Point-In-Time (PIT) homeless census released this week. The latest count found 9,903 people experiencing...
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