April 15-26, 2015

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County Finds Turner Construction Co. in Default

County Finds Turner Construction Co. in Default

Three days after NBC Bay Area broke the story about Santa Clara County being on the verge of firing one of the world’s biggest construction companies from a major hospital project, the county's executive...

County to Consider Cooperating With ICE

County to Consider Cooperating With ICE

A Santa Clara County advisory committee began discussing whether to be more helpful to the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and cooperate in a limited fashion.

Suspicious Fire Cancels Class, Damages Sheriff Substation

Suspicious Fire Cancels Class, Damages Sheriff Substation

Classes were canceled and a Santa Cruz County sheriff's substation was damaged in an early Monday morning fire that authorities are deeming as suspicious.

Highway 101 Reopens After Power Lines Fell

Highway 101 Reopens After Power Lines Fell

Both directions of Highway 101 will be closed from Sunday at 9:30 p.m. to Monday at 4 a.m., according to California Highway Patrol.

Texas Sheriff's Deputy Shot 15 Times: DA

Texas Sheriff's Deputy Shot 15 Times: DA

A Houston-area sheriff's deputy police officer who was ambushed at a gas station Friday night was shot 15 times, authorities said Monday. Shannon J. Miles, who is charged with capital murder in the shooting...

6 San Quentin Prisoners Diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease

6 San Quentin Prisoners Diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease

Six inmates at San Quentin State Prison have been diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease as of Sunday, officials said.