Janine De La Vega, ABC7 News

Janine De La Vega

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San Jose, CA, United States

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Past articles by Janine:

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony for Congress released

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is expected to testify before lawmakers tomorrow over a privacy leak scandal that may have affected at least 87 million people. → Read More

Concerns over Facebook data and privacy may prompt regulation

With Facebook facing mounting pressure, the social media giant is bound to face some changes including regulation from the federal government. → Read More

Mexico wins against Iceland in big match at Levi's stadium

Levi's Stadium was packed Friday night with thousands of soccer fans cheering on the Mexican National Team. They played against Iceland in an exhibition match. → Read More

Levi's Stadium packed with fans cheering on Mexican National Soccer Team

Levi's Stadium is packed Friday night. Around 60 thousand soccer fans are expected to be in the stands and nearly all of them will be cheering on the Mexican National Soccer Team which is playing against Iceland. This is a big deal for the fans. → Read More

Moccasin Dam holds steady, could still fail in Tuolumne County

The National Weather Service of Sacramento reported Thursday that Moccasin Dam in Tuolumne County may burst. Officials reduced the risk of the dam failing from "imminent failure" to "potential failure." → Read More

Facebook stock plunges with Trump-affiliated firm under fire for obtaining user data

Facebook stock took a plunge Monday. It was its worst loss in four years. The drop is a result of concerns that a data mining firm that worked for the Trump campaign improperly obtained data from tens of millions of Facebook users. That company is now banned from using Facebook. → Read More

Marin Co. deputy killed in accident remembered as 'tremendous person'

A Marin County Sheriff's Office deputy was killed early this morning after crashing into a tree on Hwy 1 while responding to a 911 call. → Read More

Hundreds of students walk out of classes in San Jose to protest school board action

Hundreds of students in East San Jose walked out of class today in protest. They're upset at the Alum Rock Union School Board of Trustees and are holding a rally Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Scientists in San Jose lab make breakthrough discovery that could save lives

A discovery in a San Jose laboratory is being called a breakthrough by scientists in the medical field. They designed a molecule that can kill deadly viruses that are resistant to antibiotics. → Read More

Hundreds of students march in San Jose to call for change in Congress

Students across the country took to the streets on Monday, calling on Congress to act on behalf of Dreamers and other undocumented youth. → Read More

ICE activity in San Jose prompts Friday night rally in San Jose

A rally against ICE operations is about to get underway at 5 tonight in San Jose at the intersection of Story and King Road. This week, federal agents arrested hundreds of people violating U-S immigration law. → Read More

Storm dumps fresh snow above the South Bay

The cold blast that came through the Bay Area Monday morning brought snow to the South Bay → Read More

Beloved Stanford hangout closing after 60 years in business

A beloved Stanford hangout is closing after 60 years in business. Customers are now packing the burger joint so much so they ran out of meat. → Read More

Victim, suspects identified after woman found stabbed in Livermore dies

A 19-year-old woman who died after she was found stabbed Monday morning along Tesla Road in Livermore has been identified by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office along with the two people suspected of killing her. → Read More

Drones used increasingly in Fremont to track suspects, rescue stranded people

In one East Bay city, drones are proving to be a helpful tool in fighting crime and in locating stranded people. Just this past weekend, a stranded hiker was found after he fell at Mission Peak. → Read More

Santa Clara County leaders vote to hold special election to recall Stanford sex assault judge Aaron Persky

A crowd celebrated Tuesday after the Santa Clara County Supervisors voted to hold a special election to recall Judge Aaron Persky, the judge who sentenced Brock Turner to six months for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on the Stanford campus. → Read More

Homeless encampment sweep prompts questions about affordable housing in San Jose

A sweep of a homeless encampment dubbed Googleville in San Jose along Highway 101 is prompting questions of how much is being done to address affordable housing in the South Bay. → Read More

Report: Woman in San Jose officer-involved shooting made threats

Police are expected to release new details Tuesday afternoon about an officer-involved shooting that took place in the Alum Rock neighborhood in east San Jose. → Read More

Facebook makes change that concerns local police and government agencies

A recent change at Facebook is having an impact on police and government agencies that's making them worried. → Read More

Facebook makes change that concerns local police and government agencies

A recent change at Facebook is having an impact on police and government agencies that's making them worried. → Read More