In apparent acts of “sabotage” in the South Bay early Tuesday, someone cut fiber optic cables, knocking out some 911 service, and then fired a rifle at a PG&E substation, Santa Clara County’s sheriff said.
Some South Bay commuters ran into some extra traffic in San Jose Monday morning due to the $2.3 billion BART to Silicon Valley construction project.
Saying he hopes to keep the matter out of the courts, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed has requested a meeting with Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to discuss the Oakland A’s pursuit of a San Jose ballpark.
The search giant announced over the weekend that it was shutting down its wildly popular video streaming YouTube site.
Labor and religious leaders marched for immigration reform and held a public foot washing at the downtown federal building Thursday to celebrate legendary leader Cesar Chavez, marking the 20th anniversary of the popular Chavez march.
The Menlo Park City Council voted unanimously to approve plans for a second Facebook campus on Wednesday.
Hewlett-Packard wants to terminate its multi-million dollar naming rights deal for the arena known as the HP Pavilion, home of the NHL’s San Jose Sharks.
State Controller John Chiang found Thursday that San Jose’s Redevelopment Agency improperly transferred $148.1 million for projects that included land to be given for an Oakland A’s ballpark, but a city official said the ruling does not jeopardize the stadium deal.
A San Jose high school is mourning the sudden death of a talented teenage musician with a vigil on Thursday. Many described him as a rising star. A vigil is being held in his honor Thursday.
After weeks of closed-door negotiations, Santa Clara city leaders are expected to agree to the NFL’s demands to host the 50th Super Bowl in February 2016.