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Police release surveillance video of armed robbery at San Jose jewelry store

San Jose police have been investigating a string of armed robbery cases at jewelry stores across the city. On March 17, at approximately 2:46 PM, an armed robbery occurred at Variedades Franco, a jewelry and clothing store located in the 400 block of South Capitol Avenue. According to San Jose PD, two male suspects entered […]

Multi-vehicle crash on I-80 in Oakland, CA

The video captures the aftermath of a multi-vehicle crash on I-80 eastbound today. It appears that around 5 vehicles, including a bus, were involved. California Highway Patrol, firefighters and ambulance personnel were working on the scene. No further information is available at this time. Do you have anything else to share or add to this […]

San Jose PD arrests a suspect in over 30 smash and grab robberies in the Bay Area

As seen in the video, the suspects track victims in shopping center parking lots, block in the victim’s vehicle, smash the windows and flee the scene with purses and other personal property. After the initial robbery, victims reported additional fraudulent activity with credit cards and other identity-related fraud. According to the police, all victims are female […]

Trump tests positive for COVID-19. Is Biden next?

Both candidates shared a stage and a heated debate on Tuesday. About 48 hours later, President Trump and the first lady tested positive for novel coronavirus. “Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!” Trump twitted late Thursday. Ironically, during […]

How will public schools reopen? We looked at Hawaii

Hawaii public schools plan to reopen campus starting Aug. 4. But despite Hawaii’s success controlling COVID-19 state outbreaks, many teachers remain anxious about reopening. Public schools were given several options to reopen, including face-to-face, distance-learning, or a blended model. With face-to-face learning, students will report to campus classrooms with desks spaced 6-feet apart. Distance learning […]

Belarusian Solidarity Line in San Francisco

For the second time within the past few weeks, several hundred people have gathered in San Francisco to support Belarusians fighting for their freedom. These peaceful protests are called Solidarity Lines and are held to draw international attention to brutal human rights violations that have been happening in Belarus for the past quarter of a […]

Is DACA safe until the elections?

In the early morning of June 18 “dreamers” woke up to the news they’ve been waiting for since last year. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of DACA staying, citing that the Trump administration did not take all the necessary steps to remove the program. Though the anxiety and fear may have eased, this does […]

Belarus: a social media revolution clashes the fear

This is a developing story, check back for updates. Last updated on June 18, 2020 at 11:00 PM PST “The people and the government came to the roundtable. The people were holding the Constitution, and the government came in… the tank.” That’s how Belarusian independent journalist and blogger Tatyana Martynova described a myriad of pre-election […]

Is remdesivir a promise in coronavirus treatment?

On Wednesday, the world has rocked yet again over another promise of coronavirus treatment. The drug that gained the spotlight this time is called remdesivir, a product of a US biotechnology company Gilead. It was previously used as a treatment for the Ebola virus and also showed promising results in treating the previous two diseases […]