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Hayward man arrested for trying to scale White Hose fence


    April 20, 2015--A Hayward man has been arrested after trying to scale a White House fence.
    The Secret Service reports the incident happened at 10:25 p.m. Sunday. 
    Fifty-four-year-old Jerome R. Hunt of Hayward is scheduled to be arraigned in Superior Court in Washington on a charge of unlawful entry.
    The Secret Service said "this individual was immediately arrested by Secret Service Uniformed Division Officers."
    The agency has been beset by a series of security lapses, including an incident last Sept. 19 in which authorities said a man with a knife jumped a fence and ran inside the executive mansion, looking for the president. 
    It was the sixth time someone had jumped the fence in 2014 and the 16th in the past five years, according to the Secret Service.
    There was no immediate word as to why Hunt tried to climb over the White House fence.  Full Story 
   
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Condo destroyed and one person injured in Saratoga fire


    April 20, 2015--One person was injured and seven people were displaced following a three-alarm fire yesterday morning at a condominium complex in Saratoga.
    The fire began in the second-story unit of a four-unit building on Fourth Street according to the Santa Clara County Fire Department.
    The fire then spread to the attic area, destroying one of the condos and badly damaging another one.
    One person suffered a minor burn and was treated at the scene and released.  Full Story

Hello Kitty food truck at Santana Row draws hundreds


    April 20, 2015--Hundreds of people lined up at Santana Row in San Jose yesterday to buy sweets from a food truck designed after popular Japanese character Hello Kitty.
    Fans waited for up to three or four hours at times yesterday to buy donuts, other sweets, and water bottles bearing pictures of the white cat known as Hello Kitty or her trademark red bow from the pink truck.
    The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck's South Bay stop is part of the 40th anniversary of the advertising icon who appears on everything from handbags to t-shirts to electric guitars, which all started with the first Hello Kitty convention in Los Angeles in November.
    All told, Hello Kitty represents an 8 billion dollar industry for her company Sanrio.  Full Story

Silicon Valley lawyer named federal magistrate judge


    April 20, 2015--A Silicon Valley lawyer has been appointed as a federal magistrate judge in San Francisco.
    Federal judges in the Bay Area have named Sallie Kim to the new position, making her the region's 12th magistrate judge.
    Kim's expertise has been in civil matters, mostly in corporate and intellectual property law for Mountain View-based GCA Partners.
    She graduated from Stanford Law school and also temporarily served in the Santa Clara County's District Attorney's office.
    Magistrate judges serve eight-year terms and handle much of the same duties as federal judges.  Full Story



 
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