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Week in Review: Del Mar High Student Killed by Train, Gang Murder Case Headed For Trial

The top stories on Campbell Patch for the week of Jan. 20-26.

The top stories on Campbell Patch for the week of Jan. 20-26, 2014. Patch graphic
The top stories on Campbell Patch for the week of Jan. 20-26, 2014. Patch graphic
Campbell Police Log: Public Intoxication, Burglaries, Thefts

A look at the Campbell Police Department's crime log for Jan. 5-7.

Girl Killed by VTA Train Was Del Mar High School Student

Danika Tyler Garcia, 14, a student at Del Mar High School, was killed by a VTA train Friday morning Jan. 17, 2014.

Man Barricades Himself, Starts Fire

Michael Ochoa, 39, is taken into custody Sunday evening after threatening to blow up his house, barricading himself in burning backyard shed with woman inside.

Man Killed After Being Struck by Caltrain

Another man is hospitalized with serious injuries after also being struck by train at Santa Clara Caltrain station in Santa Clara.

Campbell Death Notice: Beloved Mother, Wife Pamela A. Rhinehart

Campbell Police Log: Woman Kicked, Cars Stolen, Minor on Meth

A look at the Campbell Police Department's crime log for Jan. 8-9.

Have You Registered For Campbell's Valentine Fun Run?

Orchard City's 37th annual event starts at 9 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 at Campbell Park.

Rape-Kit Backlog Bill Introduced

Measure would require rape kits be sent for processing to crime labs within five days of being booked into evidence by law enforcement.

Gang Murder Case on Campbell-San Jose Border Going to Trial

The case against one of two gang members accused of an execution-style killing outside the McDonalds at 898 So. Bascom Ave. on the Campbell-San Jose border March 16, 2011 is set for trial April 14.

Police Standoff Ends With Arrest of Burglary Suspect

Hours-long police standoff ends Tuesday afternoon with arrest of man suspected of attacking and trying to disarm San Jose cop before barricading himself in apartment building near San Jose City College.

European Cobblery Opens in Campbell!

Third location opens at 389 E. Campbell Ave. Dec. 20, 2013.

Campbell Launches New Website!

Site is unveiled to the public Jan. 7.

Unemployment Low in Campbell

The unemployment rate fell in both Santa Clara County and the state.

Campbell Police Log: Meth Arrests, Assault, Thefts

A look at the Campbell Police Department's crime log for Jan. 10-13.

'Don't Steal My Car ... There's a Passenger In The Back!'

Driver leaves unlocked car running with passenger in the back who scares burglars away by screaming when they attempt to reach for the keys.

Campbell Earns 'B' For Tobacco Control

Orchard City earns 'B' grade for overall tobacco control and 'A' grade for providing smoke-free outdoor air.

Man Killed by Caltrain ID'd

Another man is hospitalized with serious injuries after also being struck by train at Santa Clara station.

Campbell Student Poster Contest Under Way

Entries are due Monday, April 1.

Campbell to Replace 'Outdated' Police Technology Equipment

Memo written by Chief Gregory Finch and support services manager Lisa Tait says city has not received any upgrades to systems since 2002.

Funeral Services Planned For Del Mar High School Student Killed By VTA Train

Memorial service planned for 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Willow Glen Funeral Home, 1039 Lincoln Ave; burial procession begins at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 27.

California Drought: Water Saving Tips

The save20gallons.org website offers essential water-saving tips for homes and businesses as county, region and state face severe drought.

Campbell Death Notice: DeAnza Bank Founder Theodore Granstedt III Dies

Death notices and obituaries will be published on Campbell Patch free of charge. Send your notices to sheila.sanchez@patch.com.

U.S. Postage Rate Increase: First-class Stamps to Cost 49 Cents Jan. 26

The U.S. Postal Service’s regulator approved the increase of about 6 percent across all mail services.

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