A San Jose police officer was injured Friday morning after his patrol car was rear ended at a downtown intersection, police said.
Retired Judge LaDoris Cordell is leading an independent review of a recent incident on campus, where four white freshmen are accused of racially abusing an African-American dorm mate.
Police were trying to piece together a possible kidnapping on Tuesday night at an AC Transit bus stop in Milpitas.
The cause of the blaze remained under investigation.
San Jose City Councilman Sam Liccardo would like to extend the school day for kids to something more like an adult eight-hour workday.
As a cold snap that reached the Bay Area this week was bringing freezing temperatures, homeless cold-weather shelters were making beds and meals available to those living on the streets.
A closely-watched federal trial challenging the government’s secret practice of putting travelers on no-fly lists begins on Monday in San Francisco.
Two years before recent hate-crime allegations as San Jose State University, African-American students had reported incidents of racist treatment on campus to administrators in a study that was never published.
After receiving approval from the Cupertino City Council, construction crews aren’t wasting any time demolishing dozens of buildings to make way for Apple’s so-called “Spaceship” campus.
Dozens of needy families in San Jose lined up for Thanksgiving food boxes at Sacred Heart Community Services, but the organization says they’re running low on Turkeys and could use more donations.