Wednesday was move-out day for many of the more than 200 residents of “The Jungle” a massive homeless encampment near downtown San Jose, after the city served a 72-hour notice to vacate the premises.
He is hoping to save as much as $4,000 and has a long shopping list of items to buy.
Facebook shuttle-bus drivers will vote Wednesday on whether or not to unionize and have demanded higher wages among other things.
The man was arrested at his place of employment and he has been booked into Santa Clara County Jail.
A gas leak that prompted the evacuation of 2,500 people and a shelter-in-place order for 2,500 more in downtown San Jose Friday has been capped, San Jose fire officials said.
San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed has asked that the city council appoint a special investigator as well as a U.S. attorney to look into the alleged comments made by the head of the police officers’ union to a police academy class during their orientation.
There was a filing frenzy by owners of medical marijuana dispensaries in San Jose seeking as they sought to beat a registration deadline on Friday but strict new requirements force most of them close.
Victim In 49ers’ Bathroom Attack Partially Paralyzed; Suspects Allegedly Provoked By Tap On Shoulder
Prosecutors say two 49er fans accused in a brutal attack in a Levi’s Stadium bathroom last Sunday were provoked by a simple tap on the shoulder. Meanwhile, the injuries to one of the two victims is a lot more serious than previously believed.
KCBS Cover Story: Bay Area Survivor Of Historic Heart Transplant Runs Half Marathons; Lives Life To The Fullest
30 years ago Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital performed an historic heart transplant on Lizzy Craze, she’s 33 now and the longest living pediatric heart-transplant recipient in the U.S. to survive with an original donor heart.
New data reveals the San Jose Fire Department is arriving on the scene of emergency calls within eight minutes, close to 90 percent of the time—an improvement over the end of last year.