Valley Christian High School in San Jose was bursting with pride Monday after one of its students surprised the world with her table tennis skills at London’s Olympic games over the weekend.
Several attendees of a Tony Robbins motivational event were injured, some seriously, at a so-called “firewalk” outside the San Jose Convention Center on Thursday night.
Construction on the future BART line to San Jose took a big step forward Thursday when crews began demolishing five vacant industrial buildings east of the Flea Market.
Kelley Park was cleared of trash and debris as it has been site of a homeless encampment for years.
The study by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute found that electrification would create thousands of jobs while also helping the environment.
Former President Bill Clinton and Gov. Jerry Brown were among the speakers at a conference in San Jose Thursday on business, the economy and politics.
Beginning July 1, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority joins other Bay Area public transportation systems on the regional Clipper Card.
Their contracts expire on April 30 and they are upset about cutbacks in their health care plans.
Police have not identified any suspects or a motive for the killing.
The long-anticipated groundbreaking of 49ers stadium is finally set for later this month according to Santa Clara’s mayor.