Week in Review, April 10-16: Two Arrests After Cypress Avenue Homicide, Newly Released Documents on Pipeline Explosion, and Four Schools Win Awards

A look behind the week's news.

Sunday, April 10

: Finding sunshine and colors near Crystal Springs Reservoir.

Monday, April 11

: Police are investigating a homicide after finding a man slain on Cypress Avenue Sunday night. Nicholas Vargas, 24, of San Bruno was arrested.

Tuesday, April 12

: People who knew Christopher Chastain described him as a “gentle giant.”

: Now two men have been arrested in connection with the death of Christopher Chastain.

Wednesday, April 13

: Can anything fully prepare us for being parents before we have children?

: Four San Bruno schools win honors from a state business group.

Thursday, April 14

: The National Transportation Safety Board released a new set of documents Thursday revealing more information about events leading up to the Sept. 9 explosion.

: The utility company agrees to release periodic reports on pipeline safety as part of a settlement with the California Public Utilities Commission.

: Our photographer finds the first encouraging signs of spring.

: Where to go for a hearty Easter brunch.

Friday, April 15

: Patch.com celebrates coverage of San Bruno at a community get-together.

: Faced with possible closure, the San Bruno station dodges a budget bullet.

: Holland Gage III will serve six years in state prison for the vicious 2009 beating of a 60-year-old man.

: A suspect in a Cherry Avenue carjacking early this afternoon was taken into custody.

: Police arrested two motorists for drug possession and cited another for driving without a license at a San Bruno checkpoint Thursday.

Saturday, April 16

: Columnist Alexis Petru identifies the sources that power the Peninsula—natural gas, renewables and even nuclear—and what is being done locally to save energy.


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