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Kiki Intarasuwan

Kiki Intarasuwan

  • Mar 7, 2019

    Contra Costa Sheriffs Investigate Inmate Death at Martinez Facility

    A 65-year-old inmate at the Martinez Detention Facility was found unresponsive and later pronounced dead Wednesday, according to the Contra Consta Sheriff’s Office.

  • Mar 7, 2019

    San Ramon Teachers, District Don’t Agree on Class Sizes

    After 13 hours of negotiations between teachers in San Ramon and their school district, it’s possible that the educators could avoid a strike as progress was made and both sides made tentative agreement on most of the union’s demands.

  • Mar 5, 2019

    FBI Director Christopher Wray Discusses Cybersecurity in San Francisco

    FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday discussed how the FBI is countering criminal and national security cyberthreats to the U.S. and its citizens.

  • Mar 2, 2019

    San Ramon Valley Teachers Association Votes to Approve a Strike

    The San Ramon Valley teachers union voted Friday night to approve a strike as it continues to negotiate a contract agreement with the Unified School District. Ninety-eight percent of the 1,695 union members said yes to a strike as teachers fight for manageable class sizes, more nurses, librarians, counselors and better pay to accommodate the cost of living in the...

  • Mar 2, 2019

    Police Arrest Suspect in Mountain View Trail Assault

    Mountain View police have arrested a suspect in a violent assault on the Stevens Creek Trail that left a woman seriously injured Monday, Feb. 25. Police took Michael Wendy Adonis, 29, into custody Friday after they responded to reports of a battery at a home on Santa Clara Avenue and found that Adonis and his roommate had gotten into a fight.

  • Mar 2, 2019

    No Charges for Sacramento Officers Who Killed Stephon Clark: DA

    Prosecutors announced Saturday that two police officers will not face charges in last year’s fatal shooting in Sacramento of an unarmed black man that generated nationwide protests. Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert held a news conference and said the officers did not break any laws when they shot Stephon Clark after the 22-year-old ran from them into his grandparents’...

  • Feb 28, 2019

    Teachers, Protesters Pack Oakland State Building on Strike’s Sixth Day

    More teachers and protesters packed the State Building in Oakland Thursday as negotiations between the Oakland teachers union and the school district appeared to go nowhere on the sixth day of the strike.

  • Feb 27, 2019

    ’Guerneville Is Officially an Island’: Rising Russian River Triggers Flooding, Evacuations

    A slow-moving atmospheric river that soaked already saturated soil during the first half of the workweek has caused a large North Bay river to soar above flood stage and beyond, forcing scores of people to flee their homes and businesses in search of higher ground.

  • Feb 21, 2019

    Santa Cruz Sheriffs Seek Owner of Lost Photo Album

    Santa Cruz Sheriffs are searching for the owner of what could be a priceless memorabilia of someone’s time in the Navy decades ago. Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday said deputies found a photo album filled with black and white pictures of what appears to be naval officers on ships and other photos of Japanese architecture, in the woods...

  • Feb 17, 2019

    Police Arrest Man After Car Chase at Caldecott Tunnel in Antioch

    One of two westbound lanes of Caldecott Tunnel was closed Saturday afternoon following a police chase in Antioch. Officers pursued a stolen vehicle from the parking lot of Sycamore Square in the 1000 block of Sycamore Drive. The suspect then led police into the tunnel where he began ramming the stolen vehicle into patrol cars.

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