San Jose To Weigh Controversial Solutions To Homeless ProblemThe San Jose City Council will tackle the South Bay city’s homeless problem Tuesday as officials discuss possible solutions being considered to get people off the streets.
Neighbors Worried About San Jose's Proposed Homeless FacilityA proposed homeless facility in San Jose worries neighboring residents.
Hundreds Expected To Address Rent Concerns At San Jose City Council MeetingHundreds of people plan to voice their concerns over high rent and needed protections against landlords in San Jose as the City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on adjustments to the city's apartment rent ordinance.
San Jose Declares Drought Emergency With Citywide Water ShortageCity leaders are now calling for residents to cut back on water use by 20 percent.
Famed Century 21 Domed Theater In San Jose Is Granted Historical StatusThe 50-year-old iconic domed theater has long been in the crosshairs of developers, as the site is seen as valuable land for both business and residential developments.
San Jose City Council To Be Overhauled In Tuesday's ElectionThe composition of the San Jose’s City Council is in for a major change in Tuesday’s election with candidates vying for seats in five council districts, at least three of which will be represented by fresh faces.
San Jose Begins The Process Of Shutting Down Medical Marijuana DispensariesThis comes after the San Jose City Council approved strict new regulations this week, limiting where dispensaries can operate.
San Jose City Council Considering Strict Cannabis Club Regulations The San Jose City Council will once again take up the thorny issue of regulating medical marijuana dispensaries on Tuesday evening, including an ordinance that could severely limit where the cannabis clubs can operate.
San Jose Councilman Wants Longer School Day For Kids San Jose City Councilman Sam Liccardo would like to extend the school day for kids to something more like an adult eight-hour workday.
San Jose City Council Approves Shooting Of Wild PigsThe animals have been causing thousands of dollars of damage over the last few weeks in Almaden Valley.
Proposals Aim To Recoup Training Costs For Departing San Jose Rookie OfficersThis comes as the police department is struggling to retain officers, amid cuts in pay and pension benefits.
San Jose Plans For Future By Putting Jobs Ahead Of HousingIn an effort to avoid another housing bubble, the City of San Jose will begin to create a plan on Tuesday that will set aside more land for employment rather than housing.

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