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    1290 McKendrie St., San Jose 95126; sold Sept. 9 for $3.3 million; 3684 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms. Built in 1912, on half-acre corner lot. Built-in cabinetry and fireside benches, coffered ceilings. Remodeled kitchen with island and double refrigerator. Master suite has balcony. Two-car detached garage with workspace. Large covered side porch. Large...
    SAN JOSE — The man stabbed Monday morning in downtown San Jose has been identified by the Santa Clara County coroner’s office as a 39-year-old unhoused resident. David Perez, 39, was pronounced dead shortly after being taken to a nearby hospital, following an attack by an unknown assailant at the intersection of Sixth and Santa...
    ‘Be-You-Tiful’ writing contest The Eating Disorders Resource Center is accepting submissions for its 12th annual Be-You-Tiful, Be Free Writing Contest. Bay Area students in grades 6-12 are invited to send in a poem or essay that addresses self-acceptance, mental health, social media and/or body image. The Campbell-based nonprofit hosts this contest to bring awareness...
    Virtual NAMIWalk Instead of walking a 5K together at Guadalupe Park, participants in Santa Clara County’s fundraiser for the National Alliance on Mental Illness on Oct. 10 will choose an activity and join virtually with 33 other NAMIWalks across the country. Many participants still plan to walk—using their treadmill, going outside in the backyard...
    Preschoolers’ food drive Students at Merryhill Preschool in Milpitas recently held a virtual food drive to raise funds for Second Harvest of Silicon Valley, a local food bank that serves Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. Students raised $150 to help provide food and other needed supplies to Second Harvest. ‘Be-You-Tiful’ writing contest The Eating Disorders Resource...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — Santa Clara County is stepping up outreach efforts to help small businesses survive the pandemic and the economic downturn. County health workers went door-to-door Wednesday along Alum Rock Avenue spreading the word to struggling small businesses: safe health practices can keep their essential workers on the job and their businesses...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) – Santa Clara County is investing more than $13 million in a program to house people who are in quarantine or isolation due to possible infection with the coronavirus. The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a program Tuesday that provides up to $5,000 in financial support and lodging...
    After parting ways with the Santa Clara University women’s volleyball program he led to 13 NCAA tournament appearances in 20 seasons as head coach, Jon Wallace started a recruiting service. In his LinkedIn profile, Wallace notes that he “recruited 100’s of high school athletes” over a college coaching career that ended in 2018. ...
    An extended pursuit, followed by a standoff between Santa Clara County sheriff’s deputies and a suspect originally wanted for speeding, ended early Monday morning with officers pinning the man in his car with two armored vehicles, authorities said. The encounter began, according to the Santa Clara County sheriff’s office, at about 1:50 a.m. Monday when...
    A top Bay Area health official warned Tuesday against repeating the “mistake” of reopening too quickly, even as schools may welcome students back for in-person instruction and California’s positivity rate falls to its lowest point so far in the pandemic. Santa Clara County Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody told the Board of Supervisors Tuesday evening...
    Laurie Smith should immediately resign as Santa Clara County Sheriff. Her decision to invoke her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination when appearing before a grand jury in a pay-to-play concealed weapons investigation involving her own office is unacceptable. County residents have a right to know if the county’s top cop knew about corruption in her...
    After more than six months of state and county health mandates that kept students out of classrooms, Santa Clara County schools have the green light starting Wednesday to usher in a phased return to real face-to-face lessons. But the vast majority of school districts across the county are not yet biting at the apple —...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- As part of a nationwide effort to make voting safer during the novel coronavirus pandemic, sports arenas across the country are stepping up to help.In several major U.S. cities across at least 14 states, well-known sports arenas or convention centers are transforming into vote "super centers."Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara county...
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (KGO) -- "This is history, this is the first time that Juneteenth has been declared a paid holiday in the state of California," said Supervisor David Cortese, who spearheaded the proposal.Approving the holiday comes just months after Santa Clara County declared racism, a public health crisis. That resolution was led by Cortese...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved making Juneteenth, which honors the end of slavery in the United States, a paid holiday for county employees. “This historic vote recognizes the legacy of injustice to people of color and the work that still remains to ensure that freedom exists...
    Santa Clara County has officially declared Juneteenth a paid holiday for county workers. Following months of renewed scrutiny of systemic racism in the Bay Area and nationwide, the Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday to deem June 19th as “Juneteenth Day” to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States, honor African American history...
    It’s hard to overstate the need for new faces on the Santa Clara City Council. To understand why, consider some of the council’s failures: Bungling of the costly voting rights lawsuit against the city; poor relationships with neighboring cities; overpaying of high-ranking staff; and the ongoing, costly legal battles with the San Francisco 49ers over...
    SANTA CLARA – A car collided with a power pole in Santa Clara on Monday night, leaving one person with major injuries and knocking out power to hundreds of customers, police said. The crash was reported on Monroe Street, between Brown and Francis avenues, about 7:40 p.m. The roadway remains closed. As of 9:30 p.m.,...
    SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) – Nearly 700 Santa Clara electric customers are without power Monday night after a vehicle hit a power pole, police and utility officials said. The outage is affecting customers in the southern part of the city Nearly 700 Santa Clara electric customers are without power Monday night after a vehicle hit...
    SAN JOSE – A San Jose police officer and a motorist were injured in a suspected DUI crash in Japantown early Monday, police said. The traffic collision was reported just before 1 a.m. at North 3rd and East Taylor streets. A motorist ran a stop sign and collided with a patrol car in the intersection,...
    SAN JOSE — The four men indicted for allegedly brokering the exchange of a sizable political donation for coveted concealed-gun permits from the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office all pleaded not guilty Monday and set course for a speedy trial. Sheriff’s Capt. James Jensen, South Bay attorneys Christopher Schumb and Harpaul Nahal, and local gun-maker...
    Click here if viewing from a mobile device. County Counsel James Williams and Public Information Officer David Campos discuss the Enhanced Testing Accountability Order. This new order enhances testing access by expanding the number of essential workers entitled to testing, makes sure access to testing is easy and quick, and ensures that healthcare providers...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- One person has died after a stabbing near San Jose City Hall early this morning.The homicide happened on Santa Clara Street just before 5 a.m., according to police.Santa Clara Street has been shut down between 5th and 7th, also the northbound direction of 6th from St John to San Fernando...
    SAN JOSE — At least one person has died after being stabbed in what police are investigating as a homicide in downtown San Jose. Police responded just before 6 a.m. Monday to calls about a knife attack at the intersection of Sixth and Santa Clara Streets, where a victim was suffering from life-threatening injuries. It...
    SANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- As the months go on, the number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the Bay Area. Santa Clara County has now passed 20,000 cases."It's a very big deal. It's a number that is very sobering," said Betty Duong with the Santa Clara County Emergency Operations Center.Duong says Santa...
    CUHSD candidate forum The League of Women Voters-Southwest Santa Clara Valley is hosting a Sept. 30 online forum for candidates for the Campbell Union High School District board. District 4 incumbent Linda Goytia is running against Basil Saleh, an alumnus of the high school district, in the Nov. 3 elections. Board president Kalen Gallagher, the...
    New at NUMU Face coverings are mandatory for visitors to New Museum Los Gatos, but they don’t have to be as ornate as those created by San Francisco artist Lauryl Gaumer, whose work will be featured at NUMU Sept. 25-Jan. 24. Gaumer’s “In the Artist’s Studio” exhibit will feature works from her (Un)Wearable series,...
    Candidate forums The League of Women Voters-Southwest Santa Clara Valley is hosting online forums for candidates for Saratoga City Council and the Saratoga Union School District board. The council forum is set for Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. Six candidates are running for two seats on the council, being vacated by Mayor Howard Miller...
    SAN RAFAEL (CBS SF) — For the first time in since movie theaters were shuttered by the COVID pandemic six months ago, Mildred Otis got a chance Saturday to buy container of popcorn and enjoy a film. Across Marin County, movie theaters began reopening as local COVID restrictions were eased. “You’re pretty much sitting...
    The meet-up went down in the parking lot of a San Jose Starbucks, as customers streamed through the front door and the faint hiss of an espresso machine offered a soundtrack.  David Sanders, the CEO of a Santa Clara computer services firm and a campaign contributor to Sheriff Laurie Smith, opened the trunk of his...
    101 18th Ave., Santa Cruz 95062; sold Sept. 4 for $3.95 million; 2480 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Wood-shingled Cape Cod built 1926, renovated 1971; designed by architect Clarence Tantau. End of cul-de-sac; 0.18 acres on limestone bluff overlooking Sunny Cove. High-ceilinged living room and dining room with picture windows onto ocean. Large...
    Santa Clara County passed 20,000 COVID-19 cases on Friday, joining Alameda County as the second Bay Area county to reach that somber milestone, while new cases and hospitalizations continued to decrease throughout California. Santa Clara County reported 238 cases and no new deaths on Friday, bringing the county’s total to 20,129 cases and 295 deaths....
    Getty Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg delivers remarks at the Georgetown Law Center on September 12, 2019. Just before she died, Ruth Bader Ginsburg dictated a letter to granddaughter Clara Spera, telling her that she does not want to be replaced on the Supreme Court until a new President of the United...
    The team behind San Jose’s highly acclaimed Adega restaurant is doubling down on downtown San Jose. Owners Carlos and Fernanda Carreira have announced they are opening a new casual Portuguese restaurant, Petiscos, in the SoFA district. “It’s an uncertain and unclear time to open another project, given the current situation of the restaurant industry, but...
    A $90 million state contract with a South Bay company that started manufacturing N95 masks during the coronavirus pandemic is in jeopardy after the company’s respirators failed to pass muster with federal inspectors. California officials had distributed 7.2 million N95 masks from Advoque, a Santa Clara company that normally makes in-store product displays, before the...
    Click here if viewing from a mobile device. Tomorrow at 10am, David Putney from the Santa Clara County Office of Education will be joining us to share information about school reopening plans. Watch it on our Public Health Facebook: https://t.co/UuDiEGSzS1 pic.twitter.com/btAR46xTso — Healthy SCC (@HealthySCC) September 18, 2020 David Putney from the...
    SAN JOSE – A suspect has been arrested in connection with a fatal shooting in San Jose last month, police said. The shooting was reported on the 400 block of North 12th Street, near Washington Street, about 8:10 a.m. on Aug. 24. Officers arrived to find 38-year-old San Jose resident Jose Gaytan suffering from at...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Starting this Saturday, Santa Clara County will be offering free flu shots to residents and will offer them every Saturday in front of the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds. “We are officially in the countdown to flu season,” county Board of Supervisors president Cindy Chavez said. “We are also in the...
    As summer comes to an end, both public and private health care systems are gearing up for the potential double whammy of influenza and COVID-19. To keep hospital beds free for those sickened by coronavirus, health officials say, Bay Area residents should be sure to get a flu shot — and get it early. Some...
    SAN JOSE — A judge Thursday morning began hearing a bid to disqualify Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen’s office from prosecuting a pay-to-play corruption case involving concealed-gun permits issued by the sheriff’s office, after defense attorneys claimed Rosen’s past friendship with one of the defendants posed an insurmountable conflict of interest. Attorneys for...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact across the world and also in cities across Northern California. The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor...
    SANTA CLARA COUNTY (KPIX 5) – A group of business owners and at least a half dozen chambers of commerce across Santa Clara County are coming together to urge county leaders to relax COVID-19 restrictions or put the economy further at risk. The group is asking county supervisors and Dr. Sara Cody, the county’s health officer,...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — Santa Clara County officials are calling out private health care companies for not stepping up their COVID-19 testing. In June, the Public Health Department ordered private health care providers to greatly expand their COVID-19 testing back in June as one of the best ways of slowing down the pandemic. Today,...
    CUPERTINO (CBS SF) — A 45-year-old woman died in a car collision Wednesday morning in Cupertino, California Highway Patrol officials said. The collision occurred at about 8:50 a.m. on the ramp from southbound state Highway 85 to southbound Interstate Highway 280. The person who died was driving a 2003 Lexus on the ramp from...
    Santa Clara County has yet again called on private health care providers to provide coronavirus tests to a wider range of people, beefing up a previous mandate that they say failed to adequately increase testing and threatening private providers with fines for the first time. The new mandate will tighten regulations on local systems like...
    SAN JOSE — A slender residential tower of 26 stories is being planned in downtown San Jose at a key spot where a future BART stop is expected, plans on file with city officials show. Eterna Tower, a housing highrise proposed near the corner of East Santa Clara Street and North First Street, is envisioned...
    SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) — The San Francisco 49ers made two rent payments Tuesday for Levi’s Stadium to the Santa Clara Stadium Authority, a payment for September that was past due and the subject of a dispute, and a second for October. “I am pleased that the Stadium Authority’s decisive action resulted in the 49ers...
    The San Francisco 49ers have paid more than $5 million in Levi’s Stadium rent that the city of Santa Clara claimed that the team owed, city officials said Tuesday. The city’s stadium authority received $5,502,333 from the team for what the city said was overdue September rent and October rent that was due. ...