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Google Owned Bus Carrying 45 Passengers Crashed on Highway 101 in San Mateo

SAN MATEO, California — A huge commuter bus which was carrying 45 passengers on it ran off and crashed on the U.S. Highway 101 in San Mateo. The crash took place Thursday in the morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.

san jose bus crashThe bus which was appeared to be owned by the biggest companies in the world, Google, crashed into a ditch on southbound Highway 101 just north of the Third Avenue. There were no injuries reported as the Redwood City CHP said.

According to the driver, there was a “mechanical issue’ which caused the bus to steer right. It led the bus to crash to the side of the highway, due to California Highway Patrol officer Shris Barshaini.

It crashed through 50-100 feet of the fence and into a pole just before 8 AM.

There was a blockage while emergency teams were working on the incident. They were trying to remove the bus off the road.

The slow flow of the vehicles was all cleared when emergency workers cleared up the Highway 101.

According to the California Highway Patrol, there was a possibility of the mechanical issues, which occurred with the bus. However, the incident is under an investigation by the officers.


DMV to Expand Working Hours from 8 AM to 5 PM on Saturdays

SAN JOSE, California – The DMV expands its Saturday’s working hours to more DMV field offices starting from tomorrow.

san jose dmv hoursIn California, across the state, there are over 60 offices that will be open every Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm.

Fourteen of those offices are located in the Bay Area and now those offices will include Daly City and Hayward.

The recent long lines are because of the implementation of REAL ID. People can’t get those online or through the mail. They have to show up at a field office.

Last month the DMV opened up the San Jose Driver License processing center and the Oakland Claremont field office an hour earlier during the week, except Wednesdays, to help cut down on the long lines.


Here are the address and office hours of DMV in San Jose:

Address: 90 Great Oaks Blvd., Suite 104, 95119

General Information or to Make an Appointment

Phone: (408) 229-7100

Fax: (408) 229-7128 or 229-7129


Directions to this office

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Days and Hours Open

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Wednesday 9:00 am till 5:00 pm


While the DMV is working on hiring more employees to help, it is better for you to make an appointment.

A 21-Year-Old Man in the Emergency Room after Downtown San Jose Shooting

san jose shootingSAN JOSE, California — The shooting near downtown San Jose left a 21-year-old man fighting for his life, according to San Jose Police Department.

The man is in the emergency room receiving treatment at the Valley Medical Center and Police are also there at this moment.

His family brought him to O’Connor Hospital first where doctors decided that his injuries were life-threatening and sent him in an ambulance to Valley Medical, police said.

The victim’s family followed the ambulance to the hospital. Police are interviewing them for more information about what happened.

So far, all police know is that he was shot “somewhere north of downtown,” possibly in the area of Julian and Washington streets.

When asked if the victim is predicted to survive police replied, “We don’t know yet.”

There is no additional information available about the incident at this time. The shooting is being investigated.

This was the second overnight shooting in San Jose Tuesday night. If you have more information about it, you are asked to contact with San Jose Police Department.

Pawnee Fire Destroys 44,500 Acres of Land in California

pawnee fireYesterday, residents of Lake County, Yolo County, and Napa County had to evacuate due to the Pawnee Fire that has been spreading.

The Pawnee Fire first started at Yolo County on Saturday and has not been fully contained yet.

The number of people that were evacuated has not been reported yet, however, there were no injuries caused by the fire.

As of Sunday evening, only 2% of the fire was contained, according to the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

Pawnee Fire is the second biggest wildfire that has happened in Northern California.

About 22 structures were destroyed as well as 14,500 acres of land.

According to the National Weather Service, the smoke that was coming from the fire in Yolo County was horribly impacting the air quality of Napa, Sonoma, San Mateo, and San Francisco.

Residents near Wine Country were forced to evacuate. Their homes and lives were in great danger because of the fire.

Ash was falling from the sky in the Bay Area, which was coming from the fire.

It was reported that people in Marin County were coughing when outside and the sky was dark during the day.

Today, Mercury News reported that 44,500 acres of land were burnt from the Pawnee Fire. Lands in Lake County, Yolo County, as well as Napa County were horribly affected by the fire.

Firefighters are still trying to put out the fire in Lake County. Yesterday, they had 73% containment of the fire.

This morning, they only contained 3% of the fire. There were 1,200 firefighters on the location of the fire. The firefighters are from all over the state.

There are evacuation centers in Lake County as well as in Guinda, CA. Certain roads were also closed down and remain closed today for the protection of local residents.


Checkpoint Scheduled for a DUI Driver’s License on Thursday Night

dui driver checkpointSAN JOSE, California — San Jose police will be conducting a DUI – driver’s license checkpoint Thursday night at an undisclosed location, the department said in a release this week.


The checkpoint is scheduled between 8 p.m. Thursday and 2 a.m. Friday.


SJPD said the checkpoint is part of its effort in conjunction with the Office of Traffic Safety to educate all drivers that “DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze.” Prescription drugs and marijuana also can impair one’s ability to drive and can result in a DUI, police said.


DUI checkpoints are placed in locations based on collision statistics and frequency of DUI arrests, police said, and locations are chosen with safety considerations for the officers and the public.


At the checkpoint, officers will be looking for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment, with officers checking drivers for proper licensing, police said. Specially trained officers will be available to evaluate those suspected of drug-impaired driving.


Police encouraged drivers to download the Designated Driver VIP, or DDVIP, a free mobile app for Android or iPhone. The app helps find nearby bars and restaurants that feature free incentives for the designated sober driver, from free non-alcoholic drinks to free appetizers and more, police said.


Those caught driving impaired can expect jail time, fines, fees, DUI classes, license suspensions and other expenses that can exceed $10,000, police said.


A Man Stabbed to Death: The 12th Homicide of the Year

san jose homicideSAN JOSE, California — A man was stabbed to death Saturday morning in San Jose’s 12th homicide of the year, police said.

The stabbing occurred about 4:12 a.m. near San Tomas Aquino Road and Payne Avenue in San Jose.

The victim, whose name was not released, was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

The two other men showed up at an unnamed local hospital shortly afterward. Their wounds were not life-threatening.

One man was detained for questioning.

The motive and circumstances surrounding the incident are currently unknown.

If you have any additional information, you are asked to contact Detective Sergeant Jesus Mendoza and Detective Todd Jennings of the San Jose Police Department’s Homicide Unit at 408-277-5283.


Officers Shot Attacking Dog in San Jose

Officers Shoot DogSAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – Officers were called with reports of a disturbance in a neighborhood in San Jose Wednesday morning.


When police got to Florence Avenue around 5 in the morning, there were 3 dogs who were trying to attack the officers.


The police officers had to open fire and hit a Rottweiler in the paw. The other two dogs got scared and ran back to the yard and hid under a car.


None of the cops had any injuries.


Animal control was called to the scene and the owner had to take the Rottweiler to the vet.


The owner was not happy with the incident and would not cooperate with the cops.






An Overnight Crash with Semi-Trucks Caused Serious Traffic on I-5 in California

CALIFORNIA — An overnight crash in the Fort Tejon area involving multiple semi-trucks and passenger vehicles is causing serious traffic delays on the northbound 5 Freeway, according to California transportation officials.


california crash trafficThe initial crash happened last night around 9 p.m. in the northbound lanes of I-5 at the East Escape Ramp when two semi-trucks collided, causing one of them to overturn. This crash resulted in a fire and caused traffic backups, according to the local news.


A secondary crash occurred when a semi-truck failed to slow for the traffic created by the initial crash and hit as many as 10 other vehicles.


Only minor injuries have been reported.


The crash caused serious traffic delays, with one truck driver telling local news that it took him five hours to travel a mile and a half. Transportation officials shut down both directions of I-5 following the crash. The southbound lanes reopened around midnight.


Traffic delays of two hours have been reported this morning. Crews are working to clear the crash and reopen the northbound lanes of I-5. There is no clear information when it will happen.


A 5-Alarm Blaze Broke Out an Apartment Complex in San Jose

san jose fireSAN JOSE, California — Four people were transported to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation and 11 others appeared to suffer minor injuries after a 5-alarm blaze broke out an apartment complex in San Jose Tuesday morning, according to the city’s fire department.

About 20 people were trapped on their second- or third-floor balconies, during the early morning fire at the apartment building located at 2079 McLaughlin Ave. Firefighters worked to both rescue those stranded and gain control of the flames, according to a fire department spokesperson.

The blaze ignited on the 2nd floor and proceeded to take out units on the third floor, according to the spokesperson. 12 units in all were damaged.

The spokesperson said that more than 100 people are displaced as of Tuesday morning.

More than 100 firefighters worked at the scene of the fire, according to the spokesperson.

Further information was not available.

A Driver Injured in Crash with Police in Pursuit on Concord Highway

California CrashCONCORD, California — A reckless driver suffered major injuries but was predicted to survive after crashing on a highway transition ramp while being chased by police early Tuesday, the California Highway Patrol said.

The crash happened as northbound 242 merged onto eastbound Highway 4 at Port Chicago Highway, the CHP said. The chase began around 3:45 a.m.



According to the CHP, the driver went by ambulance to a hospital after being ejected from the 2002 Toyota Tacoma he was driving.

Concord police arrested the man but did not have any information immediately about why they pursued the truck.

The CHP closed the transition ramp until 7:10 a.m.

The chase was one of two on that occurred overnight in Contra Costa County.