San Jose City Council Vow Thorough Investigation Of Airport Security MeasuresThe San Jose City Council's Public Safety Committee will receive an update next month on airport security following a security breach at Mineta San Jose International Airport in which a woman was able to board a Southwest flight to Los Angeles without a ticket in August—the second security breach in five months.
Lone Republican Candidate Withdraws From San Jose Mayor’s RaceSan Jose City Councilmember Pete Constant decided on Tuesday to withdraw from consideration in the 2014 mayor’s race.
Candidates Crowd the Field in San Jose Mayoral RaceFundraising and campaigning in the race to replace San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed kicked off with a crowded field of candidates, mostly city council members who support the termed-out mayor’s pension reform policies.
List Of San Jose Mayoral Candidates Grows The list of candidates officially running for mayor of the city of San Jose in 2014 has started to become crowded.
San Jose Considers Tighter Control Of Police MoonlightingThe San Jose Police Department does not adequately monitor uniformed security work performed by off-duty police officers, according to a recent audit.
San Jose Hosts Weeklong Online Security SummitHow cyber-safe is your family or small business? That's one of the questions that Internet security experts addressed at a Cyber Security Summit at San Jose City Hall.
San Jose Council Opts To Keep Reservists’ Pay IntactSan Jose lawmakers have voted to keep indefinitely offsetting the pay cuts that city employees would otherwise take whey they are called up as military reservists.
City Error Means Reservists Owe San Jose MoneyThe San Jose City Council is planning to audit a program that's led to frustration and anger among city employees who serve as active-duty military reservists.
Gang Activity Linked To San Jose's Soaring Homicide RateThe staffing problems within SJPD only stand to get worse, with more than 100 officers expected to be laid off in late June because of San Jose's budget problems.
San Jose To Lay Off Officers As Murder Rate Climbs San Jose's city manager announced that the police officers' union has agreed to a ten percent pay reduction during the next fiscal year.
San Jose Police Jobs Could Be Saved By Money Set Aside For The ArtsArts funding in San Jose could be taking a hit after a city council member proposed diverting some of the money to reduce the number of police officer layoffs. Councilman Pete Constant, a former San Jose Police officer, has released nine budget proposals to provide the funding to prevent 97 police officer layoffs.
San Jose's Once-Powerful Redevelopment Agency Cut In HalfThe agency that helped revive downtown and make San Jose a central part of the Silicon Valley technology industry has laid off nearly half its staff, and the remaining workers could lose their jobs by summer.