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Fremont PD To Deploy Tesla Model S Patrol VehicleFremont Police Department announced on Wednesday that it will begin a pilot program to test out a Tesla Model S that is customized for patrol operations.
Antioch Church Ordered To End Cannabis Sales, DistributionA church in Antioch which offers cannabis as part of its healing rites has been issued a cease-and-desist letter by the city.
SJ Mayor Announces Plan To Briefly Freeze Evictions Of Federal WorkersSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo has a plan to prevent federal workers from being evicted if they miss rent payments during the government shutdown.
Unmarked Graveyard In Lucas Valley Holds Hundreds Of Unidentified RemainsA campaign is underway in Marin County to mark an unidentified gravesite in Lucas Valley that holds the unidentified remains of nearly 300 people who died well over a century ago.
Ex-Convict Charged In Oakland Triple HomicideA 26-year-old man was charged Wednesday in the deaths of three men who were gunned down on a street near the Oakland West BART station on Jan. 4th.
Grandmother Assault Suspect Charged In Violent San Francisco Crime SpreeAn 18-year-old man, arrested in brutal assault on an 88-year-old woman in San Francisco's Visitacion Valley neighborhood, has been charged with several other counts in a carjacking and two armed robberies.
Woman Killed In Plunge Off Interstate 580 Near Altamont PassA woman died after a car went off of westbound Interstate Highway 580 and down a ravine Wednesday afternoon in eastern Alameda County near the Altamont Pass.
Senate Historian Weighs In On President’s Options For State Of The UnionWith President Trump still looking to hold the State of the Union address on January 29, KPIX 5 reached out to Donald Ritchie, the Senate Historian Emeritus and expert on State of the Union rules.
Affordable Homes In San Jose Down 54 Percent To Lowest In U.S.The number of homes affordable to median income people in San Jose dropped drastically in 2018, according to an analysis released by Redfin this week.