Mayors Pledge Support For Bridge Toll Hike On June BallotThe mayors of the three largest Bay Area cities on Monday announced their support for a regional measure that aims to help solve the Bay Area’s traffic woes by raising tolls by as much as $3 on the region’s seven bridges.
San Jose City Leaders Divided Over Trip To Japan Paid For By TaxpayersSan Jose city leaders are divided over a recent trip to Japan that was paid with taxpayers' money.
San Jose Police Chief Would Have Kept Mum On Impending ICE RaidsSan Jose officials would have taken a different approach to immigration raids in that city than their Oakland counterparts.
San Jose Residents Worry Downtown Google Campus Will Price Them OutMany San Jose residents had a message for city leaders on Tuesday: Just say no -- to Google.
Mayor Says Google Won't Get Subsidies, Tax Breaks For San Jose CampusMayor Sam Liccardo says Google agreed to buy the land for its proposed San Jose campus for more than double what the city originally paid.
San Jose Mayor Seeks To Build 25,000 Homes By 2022The plan aims to complete, have under construction or have approved 25,000 more homes by 2022, 10,000 of which the mayor says will be affordable housing.
Graffiti Taggers Attack Homeless Woman In San JoseTagging has always been an eyesore, but it became downright dangerous for a woman in San Jose.
San Jose Won't Be Sitting On The Sidelines For Super Bowl 50While San Francisco is the official host city for Super Bowl 50, and Santa Clara has the game, San Jose won’t be sitting on the sidelines.
San Jose May Put Mobile Home Park Closures On HoldAs San Jose’s real estate market stays hot, more mobile home park owners are being pressured to sell to developers. Mayor Sam Liccardo is proposing a six-month moratorium on such conversions.
San Jose Approves First-Ever Office Of Immigrant Affairs Called Unnecessary By SomeSan Francisco and Los Angeles both have one, and now San Jose is getting its own first-ever Office of Immigrant Affairs.
San Jose Firefighters Get Their First Pay Raise Since 2008For San Jose firefighters, there is finally a clear path ahead when it comes to their future with the city.
San Jose Residents Sound Off To Mayor Over Rising Crime, Lack Of OfficersResidents in San Jose are fed up with crime, and they let Mayor Sam Liccardo hear that frustration at a meeting Tuesday night.