Asian Americans Sue City Of Santa Clara Over Voting RepresentationAsian American voters are taking the city of Santa Clara to court to make their political voices heard.
High School Magazine Features 'Bullet Hole' In Gun Violence EditionA magazine published by Bay Area high school students has a unique feature on all its pages in the edition dedicated to the issue of gun violence.
Tree-Trimmer Electrocuted In Backyard Of San Jose HomeA tree-trimmer was electrocuted in San Jose Monday when he came into contact with a power line while working in the backyard of a home.
Floating Redwood City Docktown Community Fighting EvictionA floating community the Bay Area Peninsula facing eviction is vowing to not go down without a fight.
Wealthy Silicon Valley Home Buyers Squeezed in Luxury Housing CrunchThe housing crunch in pricey Silicon Valley is not only hitting those who are barely scraping by. Even millionaires are not making money fast enough to keep up with the surging real estate market.
Latest Plane Crash Near San Jose Reid-Hillview Airport Renews Calls For Its ClosureA small plane crash into a San Jose home is the latest incident at a local airfield where neighborhood residents say it is a tragedy waiting to happen.
Majority Of Towed Vehicles In San Jose Abandoned By OwnersThe vast majority of cars towed away off the streets of San Jose are never claimed by their owners because it's too expensive to retrieve them, and workable solutions don't appear close at hand.
San Jose Rethinking Towing Industry Practices As Abandoned Vehicles Pile UpThere is a push to reassess the process of towing cars in San Jose in order to reduce the number of abandoned vehicles in the city's tow yards.
Defense Department Creates Program To Tap Silicon Valley TalentFrom drones to artificial intelligence, commercial technology is racing ahead of what the U.S. military has to offer. Now the Pentagon is turning to Silicon Valley for help.
Stanford Shows How Fiber Optics Might Enable Global Quake-Warning NetworkA web of fiber optic cables beneath the Stanford University campus is doing more than transferring data -- it's part of an earthquake monitoring network that may help scientists implement a quake early-warning system.
San Jose $50,000 Effort To Curtail Illegal Fireworks A DudThe City of San Jose spent tens of thousands of dollars to try and curtail the use of illegal fireworks on the Fourth of July. It didn't work.
Deadly Water Mold Threatens California Native PlantsBay Area nurseries are making progress defending against a deadly mold called Phytophthora but their efforts aren't coming cheap.

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