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Power restored to nearly 200 affected customers following electrical fire near North Fair Oaks school

Power restored to nearly 200 affected customers following electrical fire near North Fair Oaks school

Students were asked to shelter in place until the fire was contained
Two-story ‘historic’ Victorian-style house set for renovation catches fire

Two-story ‘historic’ Victorian-style house set for renovation catches fire

No injuries were reported, and the fire was quickly contained
Redwood City mayor and other San Mateo County mayors launch 'Mental Health First Aid' training

Redwood City mayor and other San Mateo County mayors launch 'Mental Health First Aid' training

The program will help residents aid those in crisis with mental illness
One man dead after motorcycle collides with tree in Redwood City

One man dead after motorcycle collides with tree in Redwood City

The rider was ejected from the bike and the motorcycle caught fire, CHP said.
Sheriff's race heats up as candidates discuss ICE handovers, understaffing and low morale in first forum

Sheriff's race heats up as candidates discuss ICE handovers, understaffing and low morale in first forum

The candidates took not-so-subtle jabs at each other during Wednesday’s debate
History museum to get $13.5M upgrade with three-story Taube classic car exhibit

History museum to get $13.5M upgrade with three-story Taube classic car exhibit

The project will showcase history through classic automobiles and carriages
Crash on Maple Street causes closure near Kaiser, bystander pulls man from wreckage

Crash on Maple Street causes closure near Kaiser, bystander pulls man from wreckage

Witnesses at the scene said the incident occurred when a car hit a fence and rolled on its side on top of two other cars
Carlos Bolanos: Building on 40 years in law enforcement and a commitment to public safety for all

Carlos Bolanos: Building on 40 years in law enforcement and a commitment to public safety for all

The county’s incumbent Sheriff says he’s the ‘most qualified person’ for the job
Christina Corpus: Changing the culture of law enforcement through community-based policing and transparency

Christina Corpus: Changing the culture of law enforcement through community-based policing and transparency

If successful in her bid against current Sheriff Carlos Bolanos, Corpus would be the county’s first woman in the role
Redwood City throws support behind creating a safety buffer zone around local reproductive health facility

Redwood City throws support behind creating a safety buffer zone around local reproductive health facility

Council voted unanimously to draft a letter to the Board of Supervisors