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Surveillance video shows moments before SJ couple was hit, killed by suspect's car
Home surveillance video shows the moment the suspect allegedly rammed his stolen car into a couple in San Jose, killing them. Officials haven't identified the victims yet, but neighbors describe them as a "very quiet, gentle, older Vietnamese couple."
San Jose Tragedy: Couple Killed and Painter Injured in Crime Spree
A crime spree in San Jose has tragically claimed the lives of a couple and left their house painter injured. The police are currently investigating the motive behind the incident. The suspect, Kevin Parker, who has previous criminal convictions, is now in police custody.
Overdose victim dies after he’s dumped at hospital
A man who had suffered a drug overdose was dropped off by his friends in a parking lot at Stanford Hospital, police said. Damian Juarez, 19, was declared dead less than an hour later, despite attempts to save his life by doctors and nurses. Security guards in the pediatric emergency...
3 Dead and 9 Injured After Man Stabs and Strikes Random Victims in California ‘Crime Spree,' Police Say
Three people were killed and nine others injured when a man randomly stabbed and struck victims with a vehicle in the San Jose area, officials said. Kevin Parkourana, 31, of San Jose was in custody in connection with the attacks, police from San Jose and the adjacent city of Milpitas announced Friday.
Heartbreaking Loss of Beloved Couple in San Jose Crime Rampage
A heart-wrenching crime spree in Milpitas and San Jose on Thursday afternoon has left the community devastated, mourning the loss of a beloved couple who were killed during the violent rampage. The suspect, Kevin Parkourana, is accused of stabbing several people and attempting a carjacking before fatally striking the couple at 16th and Santa Clara in downtown San Jose.
Stanislaus Coroner’s Office looking for family of San Jose man who died in Turlock
He died in May.
The end of an era as longtime Menlo-Atherton coach and P.E. teacher Pam Wimberly retires
Pamela Wimberly, a beloved coach, physical education teacher and pillar of Menlo-Atherton High School's athletics department, will retire at the end of this school year. She spent her entire 55-year career at M-A, teaching under 14 principals. Wimberly helped create the school's interscholastic girls athletics program, led her girls basketball teams to 24 championships and taught over 10,000 students.
Caged dogs found in smelly house; woman arrested
A Los Altos woman has been arrested for allegedly locking seven dogs in cages with mounds of feces, mold and fur inside. Gretchen Wilson, 73, also had a dead rabbit in her cabinet and three decomposing chickens in her backyard, police said. Wilson blamed her estranged sister for leaving the...
Palo Alto Unified to Address Violence on Campus After Student Attacks 2 Teachers
The Palo Alto Unified School District is accelerating plans to address issues such as violence on campus after a student with special needs, who is under 12 years old, attacked two teachers at Jane Lathrop Middle School on May 5. The district actually formed a committee in January to address...
Cupertino retail center sold to mega insurer
CUPERTINO — A Cupertino retail center near the Apple tech hubs has been sold for more than $90 million to a New York City-based insurance titan. The family foundation of a legendary Bay Area real estate firm sold Homestead Square shopping center to an affiliate controlled by MetLife Investment Management, according to documents filed on June 1 at the Santa Clara County Recorder’s Office.
Half Moon Bay shooting victims identified
HALF MOON BAY, Calif. – San Mateo County officials on Wednesday released the names of the seven people killed in a mass shooting in Half Moon Bay. Officials say Zhishen Liu, 73, and his wife, Aixiang Zhang, 74, of San Francisco; Qizhong Cheng, 66, and his wife Jingzhi Lu, 64, of Half Moon Bay; Marciano Martinez Jimenez, 50, of Moss Beach; Yetao Bing, 43, and Jose Romero Perez, 38, were all victims of Monday’s shooting.
South Bay Community Mourns Loss in Tragic Murder Spree
South Bay residents are struggling to cope with a shocking murder spree that unfolded on June 2, 2023, claiming the lives of two neighbors. KPIX reporter José Martínez spoke with locals, who expressed deep sorrow and disbelief over the senseless violence that struck their community.
The Intriguing Story Behind Arellano's Trials: A Rollercoaster of Verdicts for Santa Clara County
A Tale of Multiple Trials and a Shifting Verdict in Santa Clara County's People v. Luis Ramon Manzano Arellano. Did you know that the ongoing People v. Arellano criminal case has sparked much debate about the implications of the ruling for California's criminal justice system? The defendant, Luis Ramon Manzano Arellano, was initially sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for second-degree murder. Still, multiple trials and appeals have affected the final verdict. The Court of Appeal overturned the initial judgment, leading to a retrial, and the defendant filed an appeal against the refusal of their request for a new sentence.
San Francisco No Longer Most Expensive Bay Area City for Renters
San Francisco has been surpassed as the Bay Area’s most expensive rental city, according to a new report from apartment listings company Zumper. The company's San Francisco Bay Area Metro Report, released Wednesday, tallied one-bedroom monthly apartment rental prices for 28 of the region’s cities and towns, ranking them against April’s California regional median monthly rent of $2,065.
Student injured in altercation with knife at San Mateo High School
(KRON) — One student suffered minor injuries in an altercation between a small group of students involving a knife Friday morning at San Mateo High School, according to the San Mateo Police Department. The altercation took place at around 9:45 a.m. and involved a group of students attending the San Mateo High Summer School Program. […]
P.F. Chang’s is closing another Bay Area restaurant
Asian fusion chain P.F. Chang’s is closing its Walnut Creek restaurant.
Housing grant for farmworkers announced in wake of mass shooting
HALF MOON BAY - Farmworkers may find it easier to buy or keep a home in California through a $16 million grant program announced by the state Thursday.The program follows a mass shooting in Half Moon Bay early this year that left seven immigrant farmworkers dead. Living conditions were unsanitary and housing was unpermitted at the two coastal farms where the shootings took place.San Mateo County is one of five places in the state where the grant money can be used to build or buy homes for lower-income farmworkers or help farmworkers buy or keep homes."California isn't California without our...
Caltrans offers signups for weekly updates on Highway 84 closure near Woodside
Caltrans has created a weekly newsletter to update anyone anxiously awaiting the reopening of a severely damaged stretch of Highway 84 near Woodside which has been shut down since early March following a 250-foot landslide during a storm. During a May 19 town hall meeting in Woodside, residents urged the...
SJPD Investigating Double Homicide in Milpitas and San José
On June 1, 2023, at around 4:12 PM, San José police officers received a report of a vehicle collision that involved an adult male and an adult female pedestrian in the 700 block of East Santa Clara Street. The suspect vehicle was seen fleeing the scene by an officer who was working nearby. Further investigation revealed that the suspect vehicle was connected to multiple violent incidents that occurred throughout San José.
Financial Commission Reviews City Budget and Projects at Special Meeting
On May 30, 2023, the Financial Commission conducted a special meeting to assess the city's financial status and expenditures. The meeting focused on the commission's role in the budget process, including reviewing the entire budget and utilizing their expertise to raise inquiries. They also examined policy decisions, such as the establishment of a facilities replacement fund. The commission recommended adding extra task statements to clarify the allocation of time and resources to specific projects and expressed concerns about ambiguous budget items.
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