Police at San Jose State University are asking that witnesses or survivors in connection with a sexual assault investigation come forward. The investigation kicked off at the beginning of March after a survivor reached out to campus police, according to the university. The suspect, who has been identified as 21-year-old Luis Venegas, has been arrested and charged with sexual assault, assault with the intent to commit sex crimes, false imprisonment and sexual battery, according to the university.
Daylight savings this weekend will make us spring forward one hour. In a world of smart technology, most clocks will adjust automatically. In Stanford however, home to some of the greatest tech innovations, one clock still runs in an old school fashion. The Seth Thomas clock was commissioned in 1899 and still runs, though sensitive to moisture and humidity. "It's become a compass in the heart of campus reminding students that they might be late for class," said Michael Hazard, Stanford junior.
It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it. When it comes to changing diapers in public, that someone is often a woman. But that may soon change a bit in the South Bay. The public on Thursday will be allowed to sound off on a proposed ordinance in Santa Clara County that would require changing tables to be installed in all of the public restrooms for both men and women in government buildings. Santa Clara County's Office of Women's Policy said it has not received any complaints.
A recent DNA test confirmed my Irish, Russian and Polish heritage with a small percentage from Senegal. On this #StPatricksDay, slainte to all of us who have ancestors who travelled far to get to this wonderful place we call the #USA. @nbcbayarea
Man accused of sexually assaulting 3 men at SJSU denied release on his own recognizance. Bail for Luis Venegas stands at $210k. Campus police believe his alleged crimes fit a “pattern of behavior” and that there might be more victims. #SanJose@nbcbayareahttps://t.co/nyqHMnoz49
SJSU Police seeking other victims after a student named Luis Venegas is arrested for sexually assaulting three other male students. Most recent alleged attack was March 3. One of other alleged attacks took place in 2014. http://nbcbay.com/AP0Z5hI
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