Top San Jose news: Good Samaritans detain Amber Alert suspect; 58th traffic fatality of 2019; more

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Here's what you need to know about what's happening in San Jose.

Amber Alert suspect spotted, detained by good Samaritans at Cambria gas station

Good Samaritans caught an Amber Alert suspect at a Shell Station in Cambria, California, after recognizing his car. The San Jose man allegedly kidnapped his daughter, a toddler, after stabbing his girlfriend.

Read the full story on The Modesto Bee.

San Jose mayor's call for PG&E cooperative gains momentum

San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo has been the face of a push to turn PG&E into a utility owned by customers rather than investors. He now has more than 100 elected officials on his side.

Read the full story on KQED News.

Man dies after being hit by vehicle

The death marks the city’s 58th traffic fatality of 2019

Read the full story on Mercury News.

SJSU’s new recreation center wins San Jose Downtown Association’s Golden Nail Award

The San Jose Downtown Association bestows the honor each year to a project that exhibits distinctive architecture and design.

Read the full story on San Jose Inside.

San Jose considers $225,000 payout for woman allegedly raped by SJPD officer

The city of San Jose is expected to pay the settlement to a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by ex-Officer Geoffrey Graves.

Read the full story on San Jose Inside.

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