Mayor Chuck Reed
City officials are defending their ongoing support of Downtown San Jose’s cash-strapped Repertory Theatre, after a recent audit questions whether the Rep can continue to operate on its current revenue stream.
SAN JOSE (KCBS) – A landfill site in San Jose that’s been vacant for more than 30 years could become the field of dreams for amateur baseball and softball players now that a developer has […]
San Jose police officers have been leaving in droves since the passage of the pension reform measure earlier this year. Now the force will suffer the loss of another member of its command staff.
It’s not unusual for San Jose to make a top ten list, but this latest ranking is one the city could have done without. Forbes ranked San Jose 8th in its list of America’s 20 Dirtiest Cities.
The Independent Police Auditor in San Jose said she has little doubt that the city’s rising crime and homicide rate is because of a cut in police staffing.
Federal statistics released Wednesday indicate strong growth at Bay Area technology companies may be responsible for job creation that outpaces much of the country.
In a memo to San Jose’s mayor and to the city council, the city’s police chief acknowledged that the department is not able to maintain adequate staffing levels due to “unanticipated resignations”.
In typical MythBusters form, The Explosive Exhibition opened up with a bang at The Tech Museum in San Jose Thursday morning…
The Building Inspectors’ Union agreed on Tuesday to change its sick leave benefit for new city hires who will no longer be allowed to store up unused sick days and cash them out at retirement—an arrangement that costs the city millions of dollars.
While San Jose city leaders held a “study session” on the growing number of crimes in the city, police unions took to a local neighborhood, offering concerned residents crime fighting tips.