Summer Lin, San Jose Mercury News

Summer Lin

San Jose Mercury News

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • ChicoER
  • East Bay Times
  • Vacaville Reporter
Past:
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • ELLE Magazine (US)
  • CR FASHION BOOK
  • VICE

Recent articles by Summer:

PG&E cancels second planned power shutoff on Thursday in Northern California

The utility cancelled the second planned public safety power shutoff for Northern California this week, saying that offshore winds are "weaker." → Read More

Developing rain storm in the Bay Area could calm wildfire activity next week

A developing mid-October storm could bring rain to Northern California next week, potentially quelling wildfire risk in the area. → Read More

Three men set to be arraigned in connection to Halloween gang stabbing in 2001

Three men will be arraigned on Friday in connection to a 2001 Halloween gang stabbing and could face life in prison if convicted. → Read More

San Jose: Suspect stabs man during robbery and hits cyclist with stolen car, police say

A suspect stabbed a man during a robbery on Thursday before hitting a cyclist with a stolen car and colliding with another vehicle, San Jose police said. → Read More

PG&E reduces scope of power shutoffs for Thursday ahead of dry winds – Times-Herald

PG&E reduced the scope of planned power shutoffs in the Bay Area to 12 counties ahead of a dry wind event set to sweep the Bay Area on Thursday. → Read More

PG&E reduces scope of power shutoffs for Thursday ahead of dry winds – Chico Enterprise-Record

PG&E reduced the scope of planned power shutoffs in the Bay Area to 12 counties ahead of a dry wind event set to sweep the Bay Area on Thursday. → Read More

PG&E reduces scope of power shutoffs for Thursday ahead of dry winds

PG&E reduced the scope of planned power shutoffs in the Bay Area to 12 counties ahead of a dry wind event set to sweep the Bay Area on Thursday. → Read More

San Jose: Stabbing near I-280 leaves man with life-threatening injury

San Jose Police said a man was stabbed near Interstate 280 and Vine Street, sustaining a life-threatening injury. → Read More

San Jose: Police identify homicide suspect after man shot and killed in June

Uatesoni Joseph Paasi, 27, of San Jose, was identified by police as the homicide suspect accused of killing Marco Antonio Santos in June. → Read More

PG&E begins power shutoffs on Monday in North Bay and East Bay, strong winds to sweep region

The power shutoffs are due to a dry, gusty wind event that began Sunday night. → Read More

Palo Alto: Home burglarized, police still looking for four suspects

Palo Alto police say four suspects burglarized a home Friday night and fled the scene in a car. → Read More

SF Giants-Dodgers playoffs, Fleet Week could lead to soaring tourism and traffic in SF

Traffic congestion and increased tourism is expected this weekend as the SF Giants face the Dodgers, Fleet Week, Italian Heritage Festival and Parade and Warriors game coincide. → Read More

SF Giants-Dodgers playoffs, Fleet Week could lead to soaring tourism and traffic in SF

This weekend will see the SF Giants face the Dodgers, Fleet Week, Italian Heritage Festival and Parade and a Golden State Warriors game. → Read More

First snow of the season falls in Tahoe, Yosemite areas

Forecasts say more snow is possible Monday. → Read More

First snow of the season falls in Tahoe, Yosemite areas

Roads closed in Yosemite and at high Sierra passes. → Read More

Snow forecast in Tahoe as autumnal cool and precipitation head toward the Sierra

South Lake Tahoe could see its first significant snowfall of the season this weekend. → Read More

SJSU president’s departure in wake of sex misconduct scandal draws mixed reaction

Mary Papazian, an English scholar, has been president of SJSU since 2016. → Read More

15-year-old girl killed in Oakland, equaling 2020 homicide total of 109

A 15-year-old girl was shot and killed in Oakland on Wednesday night, marking the city's 109th homicide of this year. → Read More

Oakland: Firefighters locked themselves in fire station, received threats after finding weapons

An Oakland Fire Department member found two weapons near the firehouse, according to officials. → Read More

Palo Alto: Burmese restaurant employee charged with embezzlement

A woman was charged on suspicion of embezzling more than $200,000 from Rangoon Ruby and Burma Ruby, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office. → Read More