Regional News

San Jose: Homeless encampment cleared, but they didn’t go very far

February 13, 2018 3:52 pm

By: Ann Rubin POSTED: FEB 12 2018 07:01PM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 12 2018 06:30PM PST SAN JOSE, Calif. (KTVU) - Homeless advocates are frustrated. They say the sweep of a San Jose encampment last week was pointless and that the residents just ended up moving feet from their original location. The Googleville encampment off Felipe Avenue underneath the […]

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Woman’s last words lead Alameda Co. investigators to arrests in her death

February 13, 2018 3:48 pm

By: Kristin Bender, Henry Lee POSTED: FEB 12 2018 05:27AM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 12 2018 04:18PM PST UPDATED: FEB 12 2018 04:19PM PST LIVERMORE, Calif. - A woman’s last words may have helped lead investigators to a man and a woman, who were arrested Monday afternoon in connection to her death. The 19-year-old Tracy woman was found stabbed and crawling along […]

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National Anthem removed from California High School’s rallies

February 13, 2018 3:43 pm

By: Brooks Jarrosz POSTED: FEB 12 2018 01:31PM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 13 2018 06:27AM PST UPDATED: FEB 13 2018 10:32AM PST SAN RAMON, Calif. - A leadership class at California High School in San Ramon made the decision to no longer include the national anthem as part of the school’s pep rallies, citing racial controversy at a school where […]

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Murder-suicide outside Denny’s in San Jose, man killed nearby in separate homicide

February 6, 2018 2:56 pm

By: Rob Malcom , KTVU Staff POSTED: FEB 06 2018 05:56AM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 06 2018 07:28AM PST UPDATED: FEB 06 2018 07:45AM PST SAN JOSE, Calif. - A man and a woman were found shot to death Monday night in a murder-suicide outside a Denny’s in San Jose, police said, and about three hours later, a separate homicide was reported […]

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Transgender student assaulted on De Anza College campus

February 6, 2018 2:52 pm

By: Jesse Gary POSTED: FEB 05 2018 11:02PM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 05 2018 10:56PM PST CUPERTINO, Calif. (Jesse Gary/KTVU) - De Anza college officials continue searching for a suspect wanted in connection with a hate crime and assault against a transgender student. “Every once in a while you get that one person who just maybe had a bad […]

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VIDEO: CHP officer hit by alleged drunk driver honored by colleagues as he leaves hospital

February 6, 2018 2:48 pm

By: sharon song POSTED: FEB 05 2018 12:10PM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 05 2018 12:14PM PST UPDATED: FEB 05 2018 12:40PM PST WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KTVU, BCN) - To cheers and ear-to-ear smiles from friends, family, and colleagues, Highway Patrol Officer Martin Lendway left John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek on Friday and is now back home. Lendway was […]

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Officers arrest 307 DUI drivers in Bay Area crackdown

February 5, 2018 4:05 pm

By: Janis Mara POSTED: FEB 04 2018 08:20AM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 04 2018 08:18AM PST UPDATED: FEB 04 2018 12:35PM PST (BCN) - A recent campaign by the California Highway Patrol nabbed 307 DUI arrests in the Bay Area – and officers will be rigorously patrolling today, Super Bowl Sunday, as well, the CHP said. The “Enough is Enough” zero tolerance […]

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Police cite drivers following large sideshow in Oakland

February 5, 2018 4:02 pm

By: Alex Kekauoha POSTED: FEB 04 2018 08:05AM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 04 2018 06:20PM PST UPDATED: FEB 04 2018 06:26PM PST OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN) - Police cited numerous drivers and towed numerous vehicles after a large sideshow that occurred early this morning in Oakland, according to police. Police reported the sideshow at 2:10 a.m. on social media. The sideshow took place in […]

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Flu deaths escalate, including children and elderly

February 5, 2018 3:46 pm

By: Debora Villalon POSTED: FEB 03 2018 11:05AM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 02 2018 11:15PM PST UPDATED: FEB 03 2018 12:51PM PST OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) - Flu season is still escalating and proving particularly deadly for children. Friday, the Centers for Disease Control reported 16 new flu deaths among kids this week, bringing the nationwide total to 53 youngsters. The […]

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City accuses company of deliberately blowing dangerous dust into West Oakland

February 2, 2018 11:18 am

By: Jana Katsuyma POSTED: FEB 01 2018 07:13PM PST VIDEO POSTED: FEB 01 2018 10:18PM PST UPDATED: FEB 02 2018 06:08AM PST OAKLAND - The city of Oakland has filed an environmental justice lawsuit against a debris-hauling company alleging that it deliberately blew dust into the nearby West Oakland neighborhood in violation of the city’s zoning laws, claims that are “all lies,” […]

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