Maggie Angst, East Bay Times

Maggie Angst

East Bay Times

San Jose, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • LB Press-Telegram
Past:
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Marin IJ
  • O.C. Register
  • The Oakland Press
  • Pasadena Star News
  • Daily Bulletin
  • Govtech.com
  • The Cannabist
  • Pioneer Press
  • and more…

Recent articles by Maggie:

Exclusive: Alameda County children wait as caseworkers fail to urgently respond to reports of abuse

“I think it sends a message to abusive parents or guardians that they can abuse their children with impunity, and no one is coming to look into it.” → Read More

Christian athletes and a Satanic club: Lawsuit claims San Jose Unified violated student rights

The lawsuit was filed after the school district claimed that a Christian student group violated the district’s nondiscrimination policy. → Read More

McKinney Fire: With lives at stake, did alert system work properly?

“Each one of these technologies is designed to use a different communication system — and none of them actually perform as advertised.” → Read More

McKinney Fire: With lives at stake, did alert system work properly?

The danger from the supercharged McKinley Fire cast a fresh spotlight on the evacuation systems in place to alert people of the imminent need to flee their homes. → Read More

Firefighters make ‘excellent progress’ on 58,600-acre McKinney Fire, reaching 10% containment

Fire officials say they still have a lot more to accomplish to put out the state’s largest blaze. → Read More

Firefighters begin to rack up containment on 58,600-acre McKinney Fire

While the McKinney Fire continues to grow slowly in Siskiyou County, firefighters are reporting "excellent progress" as they begin to rack up some containment. → Read More

McKinney Fire is ‘waking back up’ despite rain that poured over parts of the deadly blaze

“The firefighters will be busy for at least the next week because of all the lightning we saw.” → Read More

McKinney Fire: Rain helps firefighters battling the deadly blaze but significant work remains

A significant amount of rain fell on the McKinney Fire in far Northern California but firefighters are still battling to contain the deadly blaze. → Read More

A 25-year-old Alameda woman was killed in 1992. Her case has finally been closed.

A fingerprint analysis allowed authorities to locate the man wanted for her murder for more than 30 years. → Read More

As San Jose traffic fatalities mount, two men are identified as latest victims

San Jose has seen 42 traffic fatalities so far this year. → Read More

As San Jose traffic fatalities mount, two men are identified as latest victims

San Jose has seen 42 traffic fatalities so far this year. → Read More

Beloved San Francisco fetish festival presses ahead amid anxiety, uncertainty over monkeypox

The San Francisco event, which is expected to draw 5,000 people, comes amid deep anxieties across the LGBTQ community over the outbreak, which has proliferated amid a shortage of vaccines. → Read More

California health officials ramp up efforts to address monkeypox outbreaks

Public health experts say more vaccines on the way, warn that “we will definitely continue to see an increase in cases.” → Read More

California public health officials ramp up efforts to address monkeypox outbreaks with more vaccines on the way

“Because of the shortage of vaccines and that there are a lot of people who have it but don’t know they have it, we will definitely continue to see an increase in cases.” → Read More

San Jose sues property owner, claiming his Rose Garden home endangers the public

The home is owned by an Oakland-based attorney but has been abandoned for years. → Read More

San Jose: Motorcyclist killed in Willow Glen collision

A motorcyclist killed Thursday was the 42nd person to die on San Jose roadways this year. → Read More

Second person struck and killed by a Caltrain in just five days

The commuter line reported a fatal collision with a “potential trespasser” Thursday morning in Mountain View. → Read More

Man dies after crashing his car into a concrete barrier in North San Jose

A man was killed after crashing into a concrete barrier in North San Jose, marking the city's latest traffic fatality. → Read More

San Jose police search for missing 83-year-old woman

She was last seen on Monday near the 6100 block of Dunn Avenue in South San Jose. → Read More

Pedstrian struck and killed by Caltrain in Palo Alto

A pedestrian was struck and killed by a Caltrain on Saturday afternoon in Palo Alto, according to the commuter rail line. The fatal collision occurred at approximately 4:47 p.m. Saturday when north… → Read More