Amber Alert Canceled For Three Bay Area Children - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Amber Alert Canceled For Three Bay Area Children

Updated:

(AP) - Authorities say the three children believed taken from their San Francisco Bay-area home, where their father was discovered fatally shot, have been found safe.
       
KGO-TV reports that the children were located late Monday in Richmond. No other details were immediately given.        

An Amber Alert was issued Monday night for 12-year-old Hugo Anguiano, 6-year-old Merari Anguiano and 2-year-old Jenh Anguiano. Their mother, 35-year-old Alicia Ortez, was suspected of taking them.
       
Authorities believe the children were abducted Sunday night from their home in San Pablo, where they lived with their father. The father was found fatally shot in the backyard Monday morning.
       
Police say Ortez, who is a transient, isn't a suspect in the killing of her children's father.
  • Local NewsLocal NewsMore>>

  • Motorcyclist Killed In Overnight Crash In Selma

    Motorcyclist Killed In Overnight Crash In Selma

    One person is dead and another is in the hospital after two motorcycles crashed in Selma. This happened just before 3:00 a.m. Tuesday morning near the intersection of Nebraska and De Wolf.More >>
    One person is dead and another is in the hospital after two motorcycles crashed in Selma. This happened just before 3:00 a.m. Tuesday morning near the intersection of Nebraska and De Wolf.More >>
  • Shooting In Southeast Fresno; Man In Critical Condition

    Shooting In Southeast Fresno; Man In Critical Condition

    Fresno police are now investigating a shooting in Southeast Fresno.More >>
    Fresno police are now investigating a shooting in Southeast Fresno.More >>
  • Low Carb VS Low Fat - One Better For The Heart

    Low Carb VS Low Fat - One Better For The Heart

    If you are trying to lose weight right now, a new study shows a low–carb diet may be one of the best options.The study found it is better than a low–fat diet when it comes to weight loss and heart disease prevention.People on a low carb diet lost an average of 12 pounds over the course of a year. Those on a low–fat diet lost about four pounds.In recent years, doctors avoided recommending a low carb diet, because it was seen as being bad for the heart. This study contradicts that belief.More >>
    If you are trying to lose weight right now, a new study shows a low–carb diet may be one of the best options.The study found it is better than a low–fat diet when it comes to weight loss and heart disease prevention.People on a low carb diet lost an average of 12 pounds over the course of a year. Those on a low–fat diet lost about four pounds.In recent years, doctors avoided recommending a low carb diet, because it was seen as being bad for the heart. This study contradicts that belief.More >>
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and KMPH. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.