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    June 21 100 block of Michael Drive: A victim desired prosecution of a suspect with whom she has a no-contact order for indirectly attempting to contact her. June 22 Overnight in the 200 block of Union Avenue: Someone gained entry into a garage and stole two bicycles. Overnight 200 block of Carlyn Avenue: Someone gained access to a vehicle and stole items. 11:35 p.m. in the 800 block of West Hamilton Avenue: Someone pried open the back door of...
    A Long Island man was killed in a two-boat crash. It happened Sunday, June 28 at approximately 2:40 p.m. in a channel in the Great South Bay, south of Babylon. David Nostrand, 58, of Farmingdale, was operating a 17-foot 1981 Boston Whaler southbound in West Fox Creek Channel when his vessel struck a northbound 22-foot 1987 Activator motorboat, operated by Ian Morgan, 19, of Lindenhurst, Suffolk County Police said. A passenger on the Activator, Zachary McCarthy, 25, of Lindenhurst, was pronounced dead...
    A Long Island man was killed in a two-boat crash. It happened Sunday, June 28 at approximately 2:40 p.m. in a channel in the Great South Bay, south of Babylon. David Nostrand, 58, of Farmingdale, was operating a 17-foot 1981 Boston Whaler southbound in West Fox Creek Channel when his vessel struck a northbound 22-foot 1987 Activator motorboat, operated by Ian Morgan, 19, of Lindenhurst, Suffolk County Police said. A passenger on the Activator, Zachary McCarthy, 25, of Lindenhurst, was pronounced dead...
    Editor’s note: This story is part of the annual Mosaic Journalism Workshop for Bay Area high school students, a two-week intensive course at journalism. Students in this year’s virtual program report and photograph real stories under the guidance of professional journalists. On the surface, the Silicon Valley Urban Debate League is an organization that teaches students about public speaking, leadership and political affairs. But beneath the official training and activities there are many other benefits, including providing mentorship, emotional support...
    WILLOW GLEN, Calif. (KGO) -- As more and more Bay Area businesses reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, we are taking a look at how some of them are making changes to help keep their guests safe.In our effort to help build a better Bay Area, ABC7 News South Bay Community Journalist Dustin Dorsey went on a tour of Petroglyph Ceramic Lounge in Willow Glen, Calif. to see what changes are being made and how the COVID-19 shutdowns impacted the gym.RELATED:...
    A Daly City woman died Wednesday as she hiked with her husband and a friend in the excruciating heat of the Grand Canyon, authorities said. Catherine Houe, 49, of Daly City, became dizzy, disoriented and then stopped breathing after hiking four miles down into the Canyon, according to the National Park Service. Authorities from the Coconino County (Ariz.) Medical Examiner’s office believe the death is related to the heat. Houe, her husband and a friend were aiming to reach Phantom...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX) — Police and fire departments across the Bay Area are warning residents they could face fines for lighting off fireworks this year as they continue to see an increase in complaints. The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District reported a four-fold increase in fireworks-related calls this year. Morgan Hill police said on Thursday that fines would triple between July 1 and July 7. The first violation is $300, the second $600 and a third violation runs to...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — The Santa Clara County Fire Department has reported a fourfold increase in grass fires. Some of that is being blamed on illegal fireworks. In San Jose’s Santa Teresa neighborhood, the beauty of living near the woods and hills is offset by the danger from fires, especially around the 4th of July. “It’s just a seasonal phenomenon, but fireworks are just a huge concern,” said Jennifer Yearley, who lives near Santa Teresa County Park. “This time...
    DOWNTOWN — A new police center in the South Loop will give officers more technology and expert tools to track and prevent crime in the area and on public transit. Chicago Police Supt. David Brown announced the opening of the new Strategic Decision Support Center at a Thursday press conference. The center will be based in the 1st District, which covers parts of the Loop, South Loop and Near South Side. These centers now are in 21 of the...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A teen in San Jose is turning heads. His impressive Batman costume comes second to the services and sustenance hes providing for the citys growing homeless population.Batmans familiar costume is hitting San Jose city streets. However, instead of the character fighting crime, this 19-year-old is feeding the homeless.People will notice me and then theyll see what Im doing, the teen told ABC7 News. And then theyll notice the problem.RELATED: ABC7 Better Bay Area: Project ThanksUnder...
    A cadet in the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s academy for jail deputies has died after he collapsed during training Tuesday morning, according to authorities and law-enforcement sources. The cadet — just a couple of weeks shy of graduation — collapsed within minutes of finishing an exercise at a sheriff’s facility in Morgan Hill, and died later that day at Regional Medical Center of San Jose. In a written statement issued Wednesday, the sheriff’s office confirmed the death, which was first...
    LOS GATOS, Calif. (KGO) -- The ABC7 I-Team is investigating complaints of at least $26,000 of donations raised for a young girl after her father died yet to be delivered.I miss him a lot, I really do, said Briana West staring a picture of her late father, Joshua West.West, an avid cyclist, was struck and killed by an unlicensed driver in Los Gatos back in 2010.Briana was 7 years old at the time.Sorry, Im getting emotional, she said tearing up...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — The owners of barbershops and hair and nail salons are expressing frustration and growing impatience with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, criticizing the lack of a clear timeline allowing them to reopen. “I feel it’s time that Santa Clara County give us a date. And I didn’t think there was a voice out there representing our industry,” said Erica Martin, the master stylist at W’s Salon in Santana Row. Martin gave voice to...
    Blake Yeager It’s no secret that a dad’s super power is often the ability to stink up a room, there’s one store in Tampa Bay that’s ready to help you celebrate. A South Tampa CVS has a special section in its greeting card aisle reserved for anyone who wants to tell dad ‘Happy Farter’s Day.’ Creative Loafing Tampa Bay reader (and Tiger King cover musician) Blake Yeager sent us this video from the store located at 611 S. Howard...
    Clouds along the Coast and Bay make our morning look different today. But it feels about the same, lower 50s to lower 60s.VIDEO: Meteorologist Mike Nicco has your AccuWeather forecastClouds return to the Coast this morning while a few high clouds pass overhead remainder of the day. A wide summer spread develops with lower 60s at the Coast to middle 90s Inland.The marine layer deepens and is able to climb into more neighborhoods tonight. Lows cool into the lower to...
    Despite mammoth job losses, Santa Clara County’s job market has fared better — because it suffered the smallest employment declines — compared with the East Bay and San Francisco-San Mateo region amid coronavirus-linked business shutdowns, a new analysis shows. Over the one-year period that ended in April, a month that brought severe job losses to the entire nation and all of California, Santa Clara County lost far fewer jobs than was the case with the two other major metro regions...
    June 7 500 block of East Hamilton Avenue: A victim reported that someone punched her, grabbed her and stabbed her with a marker. The suspect took the victim’s vehicle and has made an attempt to return it. The vehicle is a black 2004 Saturn Ion. Overnight in the 200 block of Watson Drive: Someone broke the window to a vehicle and stole a dog carrier. 2000 block of South Bascom Avenue: Someone entered an unlocked vehicle and stole items....
    Welcome to a warm Wednesday.Cool conditions this morning are a byproduct of a clear sky, abnormally dry air and slower breezes. Dress for temperatures in the lower to upper 50s.VIDEO: Meteorologist Mike Nicco has your AccuWeather forecastThe cool weather will not linger long. Full-on sunshine, lighter breezes and dry air lead to a robust warming this afternoon. Highs climb 10 to 16 degrees above yesterdays comfy levels.Dry air hangs around for a mainly clear night ahead. Lows cool into the...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Families in the South Bay were treated to food assistance, free books, and gifts as the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to financially strain residents.LIFE AFTER COVID-19: Heres what restaurants, gyms, schools, sports will look like when they reopenAs many head back to work as restrictions are lifted there are still a number of people who still need help to get by.An event at Mckinley Elementary School in San Jose Tuesday helped provide families with much-needed...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Families in the South Bay were treated to food assistance, free books, and gifts as the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to financially strain residents.LIFE AFTER COVID-19: Heres what restaurants, gyms, schools, sports will look like when they reopenAs many head back to work as restrictions are lifted there are still a number of people who still need help to get by.An event at Mckinley Elementary School in San Jose Tuesday helped provide families with much-needed...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- BART service finally arrives in the South Bay Saturday. The new Milpitas and San Jose Berryessa stations will open to ticketed passengers at 8 a.m.After more than two decades of planning and delays, BART service will begin serving the South Bay. On Friday, dignitaries cut the ribbon and took the first ride on the 10-mile extension into Silicon Valley from the Berryessa Station to the Milpitas Station.The added service means Fremonts Warm Springs station is...
    Welcome to Friday!A series of weak cold fronts spread clouds, cool weather and breezy conditions across our neighborhoods today and tomorrow. Highs only reach the 60s and 70 both days, 10 to 20 degrees cooler than yesterday. Patchy drizzle is possible this morning with a few showers tomorrow, most likely across North Bay.VIDEO: Meteorologist Mike Nicco has your AccuWeather forecastSunday and Beyond:Winds back down Sunday allowing afternoon temperatures to climb back above average, 5 to 10 degrees warmer than Saturday.A...
    Our Wednesday begins with milder temperatures this morning, lower 50s to lower 60s.VIDEO: Meteorologist Mike Nicco has your AccuWeather forecastClouds line up along the Coast as the morning unfolds. Any that push east quickly fade this morning. The marine layer is too shallow to withstand todays strong sunshine. A Low to Moderate Risk of heat illness today as highs soar into the 80s and 90s away from the Coast.The marine layer deepens tonight and blankets most of us with clouds...
    Good Morning!Monday begins clear and cool with lows settling the middle 40s to middle 50s.VIDEO: Meteorologist Mike Nicco has your AccuWeather forecastTotal sunshine begins our warming trend today. Breezy conditions, not as aggressive as the weekend, keep us from getting hot this afternoon.Clear and cool again tonight.Tuesday and Beyond:Another sunny day (14 hours, 43 minutes) and slower breezes allow a big jump in high temperatures away from the Coast.Heat peaks Wednesday, but not as warm as previous heat spells.The sea...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- As people lose loved ones to the coronavirus pandemic, a Morgan Hill woman is trying to support them in a warm and fuzzy way because the coronavirus can impact families in terrible ways.San Joses Joanie Thomas and her family saw this reality play out earlier this year.Back in March, my mother-in-law and my father-in-law both died of the COVID-19 virus, Thomas said. My aunt also died and she is kind of like my mom to...