San Jose - Crime & Emergencies
Dark spotlight shines on tiny San Jose church after child exorcism death and high-profile infant kidnapping
Two high-profile crimes in San Jose appear to have a couple of things in common. A tiny, charismatic church inside a home in the O’Brien Tract neighborhood has been connected to both investigations, and both crimes involved very young children.
Witnesses at huge South San Jose Home Depot fire say the store's fire alarms and sprinklers never kicked on
Investigators are still looking for the cause of a huge fire that destroyed a Home Depot store off Blossom Hill Road in South San Jose over the weekend, and concerns have been raised about alarms and sprinklers that never went off.
A new mask mandate went back into effect Tuesday encompassing almost the entire Bay Area, but there are of course some rebel-minded retail shoppers in the South Bay who are armed with their smartphone cameras and are blatantly breaking the rules.
Illegal fireworks, drought, and pent-up demand for fun create perfect storm for Fourth of July in the South Bay
As the Bay Area heads into Fourth of July weekend, communities faces a "perfect storm" of extreme-drought conditions, wildfire danger, pent-up, post-COVID demand for partying, and now, both legal and illegal fireworks being sold in some South Bay municipalities.
A mass shooting on Wednesday morning at the Valley Transit Authority (VTA) light rail yard (101 W. Younger Ave.) in downtown San Jose has claimed the lives of at least eight people, likely all VTA workers, and the shooter also reportedly took his own life at the scene.
Their ducks may have come home to roost for three Santa Clara residents accused of stealing a neighborhood icon: a duck statue named Rubberta that normally resides in the front yard of a private home in Mountain View.