Gov. Jerry Brown Thusday urged scientists to dedicate themselves to convincing a distracted public and news media about the dangers of climate change and other potential disruptions to human life.
A San Jose weekly newspaper is being pressured by community leaders to stop running advertisements for escort services.
The increased tax rate is expected to generate about $1.5 million in additional revenue a year for the city.
The odds of being bitten by a rattlesnake are slim, but it does happen. 15 people were bitten by snakes in Santa Clara County last year, and emergency responders would prefer not to see it happen at all in 2013.
Extra police will be on hand for the thousands expected to gather downtown this weekend for Cinco de Mayo festivities, San Jose police said Friday.
Four members of the on-air staff at KCBS All News 740 AM & 106.9 FM have been nominated for the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame’s Class of 2013.
Several San Jose landlords who own properties where medical marijuana dispensaries are located are being threatened with property forfeiture.
The San Jose police staffing shortage isn’t going to be resolved anytime soon according to a new memo from the acting police chief to city leaders.
Faced with reduced staffing and a double digit increase in violent crime over last year, the San Jose Police Department have announced a new department direction.
A Silicon Valley firm is expanding into a 165,000 square-foot facility in an area with increasing job and housing growth.