Hundreds of veterans turned out at a major job fair in Silicon Valley on Thursday, where many high-tech employers were looking to hire former military members.
The anonymous cash dropper has been leaving envelopes filled with cash across the Bay Area over the last week, what he calls a social experiment for good.
Man Shot And Killed In Salinas During Protest Of Previous Officer-Involved Shooting, Feds To Investigate
A 23-year-old Salinas man was shot to death late Wednesday during a demonstration where people threw bottles and other objects at police and emergency staff, injuring an officer trying to save the man, police said Thursday.
Santa Cruz is the first county in California to pass an anti-fracking ordinance that prohibits the controversial oil-drilling method.
There were no classes Tuesday at a Bryman College in San Jose after the medical school was served with an eviction notice. Students who paid hefty tuition appear to have been left in the lurch by the sudden development.
Fire officials are investigating the cause of three-alarm fire on Sunday that broke out at the Zanker Road Landfill where large amount of burning wood chips sent up plumes of brown and white smoke that could be seen for miles.
Bird watching is going high-tech this year in San Jose. Bird expert Glen Stewart wore a mini GoPro cam on his helmet as he rappelled down the side of city hall for the annual banding of four peregrine falcon chicks.
Restaurants in Santa Clara County could soon be required to display color-coded scorecards showing patrons their history of health violations.
A federal court in Silicon Valley has delayed closing arguments in the Apple vs. Samsung trial, but the case involving patent infringement claims is expected to end this week.
San Jose City Hall was bursting with big ideas Friday as dozens gathered for a social innovation forum, where micro, 3D-printed housing units for homeless people gained some traction as a potential solution.