Thomas Peele, EdSource

Thomas Peele

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San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Past:
  • EdSource
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • East Bay Times
  • Marin IJ
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Oakland Tribune

Past articles by Thomas:

UPDATE: Gun and ammunition found in second grader’s desk at Sacramento school

The latest education news updates from EdSource. → Read More

CA Chancellor Oakley backs college leaders after criticisms for denouncing Capitol violence

Community College Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley stepped up support for campus leaders urging them to not back down after some faced sharp attacks to statements condemning Capitol violence. → Read More

East Bay woman sues fertility doc for ‘medical rape’: using his own sperm

A Livermore woman filed a federal lawsuit claiming a fertility doctor she and her husband turned to in the 1970s, used his own sperm to father their two children. → Read More

East Bay woman sues fertility doc for ‘medical rape’: using his own sperm

A Livermore woman filed a federal lawsuit claiming a fertility doctor she and her husband turned to in the 1970s, used his own sperm to father their two children. → Read More

CHP reports fatal accident on Hwy 101 in San Jose

SAN JOSE – The California Highway Patrol is reporting a fatal accident on Highway 101 at McKee Road. The crash occurred at 8:33 p.m. in the southbound lanes, according to the CHP. The Santa Clara County Coroner’s personnel were later dispatched to Regional Medical Center, where an inured person was taken. No further details were immediately available. Check back for updates → Read More

On 10-year anniversary of unsolved killing, Berkeley police offer $50,000 reward

Celedón and his fiance, Amber Nelson, were walking home from a night of dancing to celebrate his birthday when they were confronted by two robbers. Celedón was shot and Nelson was punched in the fa… → Read More

Bay Area wildfires: Firefighters fear dry lightning, erratic winds could drive blazes

“We make a gain in one place and we have a loss in another,” said a battalion chief working to protect Healdsburg from the advancing Walbridge Fire. → Read More

Alleged killer drove from East Bay to Texas over possible gaming feud murder-suicide

A suspect allegedly drove from Pleasanton to Texas to fatally shot a man over an online gaming dispute. → Read More

San Jose Police releases internal records after media lawsuit filed

The records released the police department are considered public under a new police transparency law. At most, some of the files offered modest new glimpses into long-adjudicated police shootings t… → Read More

Nursing homes: Coronavirus cases remain high, experts are critical of tardy test results

“We’re still seeing these outbreaks,” said Pat McGinnis, executive director of the California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform, a San Francisco non-profit that advocates for impr… → Read More

Nursing homes: Coronavirus cases remain high, experts are critical of tardy test results

“We’re still seeing these outbreaks,” said Pat McGinnis, executive director of the California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform, a San Francisco non-profit that advocates for impr… → Read More

Truong Tien Dat, former South Vietnamese Senator and San Jose real estate broker, dies

In 1974, fed up with corruption in President Nguyen Van Thieu’s regime, Dat publically named six high ranking officials – including the president’s top personal aide and several g… → Read More

New records in Oakland police shooting raise questions about DA’s role in investigating cops – The Mercury News

OAKLAND — Swerving on Fruitvale Avenue, the red Buick was spotted by two rookie Oakland cops. The Buick’s driver hooked a U-turn and sped off. The patrol car trailed for several blocks, its lights … → Read More

San Jose Police records: Mayor tries to force release as Bay Area News Group prepares to file lawsuit

Mayor Sam Liccardo wants summary reports of use-of-force cases released within 30 days. But he lacks the power under the city charter to order the police department to comply and said he was hoping… → Read More

Bay Area residents venture out for Fourth of July weekend even as coronavirus cases rise

Beach closures fail to deter some fun-seekers, but crowds were manageable → Read More

Bay Area residents venture out for Fourth of July weekend even as coronavirus cases rise

Beach closures fail to deter some fun-seekers, but crowds were manageable → Read More

Coronavirus: Alameda County sets daily high for new cases Thursday; statewide cases slow slightly

Alameda County set a new daily record for new coronavirus cases Thursday and more than 7,000 more coronavirus cases were reported in California — a jump of 753 from the previous day, but belo… → Read More

Mountain lion hit and killed on Highway 1 in Pacifica

PACIFICA – A mountain lion was struck and killed by a vehicle on Highway 1 Friday morning, a CHP officer said. It was not exactly clear when the big cat was hit. It was found in the northboun… → Read More

Bill would broaden and speed up access to police disciplinary records and make complaints about racist cops public

Public access to police officer disciplinary and use-of-force cases in California would be greatly expanded under legislation released Monday, including records about racist and discriminatory acts… → Read More

Exclusive: Blacks are only 7% of the Bay Area, but 27% of those killed by police

Police in the Bay Area have killed 110 people since 2015. And a Bay Area News Group review of the deadly encounters found an outsized percentage of those killed were Black — even when they were una… → Read More