California officials have fined a steel company nearly $37,000 in connection with the death of a worker at the site of the San Francisco 49ers new stadium.
Daniel David Rigmaiden, 34, of Santa Clara, Calif., who was sporting a long beard, shaggy hair and an orange prison suit in court, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, two counts of wire fraud and one count of mail fraud. He has been in jail since his August 2008 arrest in California.
Edward Erving Lake Jr., 60 of Vacaville, was crushed early Monday by a bundle of rebar being unloaded from his truck, officials at the scene said.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) Joe Montana’s plan to build a new hotel and restaurant next to the 49ers’ new Silicon Valley stadium is not advancing as quickly as expected. The Hall of Fame quarterback had […]
The city of Santa Clara flipped on a big Internet switch this week, becoming what it says is the first in the country to use wireless, digital “smart meters” on homes as channels for free citywide outdoor Wi-Fi.
A threat to a state official has led authorities to arrest a Santa Clara man and confiscate explosive materials and a loaded handgun.
Search volunteer Cecilia Ponzini using her cell phone’s QR app to zero in on a square barcode, printed at the bottom of the poster for quick internet access to information on the case.