Packed house for first, and perhaps only, debate, which also featured GOP hopeful Joel Vanlandingham.
Local police can track people and collect data in real time with this controversial technology.
Late-night fatality shut down early-morning service between Hayward and Fremont stations.
The Fremont Police Department is set to begin offering an alternative for inmates who may prefer to pay for their stay in jail. Fremont police say they will begin a “pay-to-stay” program for those convicted of misdemeanors and sentenced to spend several days in Alameda County jails. The Fremont Argus says inmates can pay a […]
The latest electric vehicle to hit the road can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 4.4 seconds with barely a sound. But will it overtake the competition? Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, says his company has already set the trend, forcing other automakers to launch their own electric vehicles for fear […]
From the City of Fremont website: Mayor Bob Wasserman, who has been Mayor of Fremont since 2004, passed away on December 29, 2011, at the Fremont Kaiser facility in the presence of his family. He was 77. Mayor Wasserman served the people of Fremont since 1976 when he was appointed the chief of police. After […]
UC tuition hits $12,192 – a 9.6 percent increase (SF Chronicle) University of California regents voted Thursday to raise tuition by 9.6 percent – on top of an 8 percent increase already approved for this fall – over the objections of students who said they’ll drown in debt. At the same meeting in San Francisco, […]
Anyone looking to buy fortune cookies in braille, I can tell you where to get them. Turns out the one place in the world embossing the fortunes and bringing them to a shop in Chinatown to get them made into cookies is right here in our midst… The California School for the Blind just turned […]
KQED’s Shuka Kalantari today visited Fremont’s “Little Kabul” district to get a feel for how this community of Afghani refugees, many of whom emigrated after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, is reacting to the death of Osama Bin Laden at the hands of American special forces. Her interviews below: Asad Saleh has owned the Little […]
Today on forum Scott Shafer talked with Betty Ann Boeving, event chair for the Freedom Summit and director of the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition, which is holding a two-day conference on preventing human trafficking, starting tomorrow at Harbor Light Church in Fremont. (The show will be archived here later today.) From the Oakland Tribune, Jan […]