San Francisco and Los Angeles both have one, and now San Jose is getting its own first-ever Office of Immigrant Affairs.
A San Francisco Giants fan who was attacked at Dodger Stadium in March 2011 has returned to the Bay Area hospital where he made his recovery to thank the caregivers who helped save his life.
San Jose’s police force is looking for a few good women to bolster the sagging ranks of the department.
Anyone who uses fireworks illegally in unincorporated Santa Clara County will be fined under an ordinance passed Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors.
PG&E is still trying to explain just how a squirrel managed to cause a widespread power outage after tens of thousands of people in the South Bay and East Bay were plunged into darkness Monday night because the system couldn’t handle the heat in the south, and a squirrel in the East Bay.
Officials say a number of power outages have hit thousands of Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers Monday, including more than 40,000 in the East Bay and 10,000 in San Jose.
For San Jose firefighters, there is finally a clear path ahead when it comes to their future with the city.
The Bay Area may be a nexus for high-paying tech jobs, but its tough housing market is hurting the entire country, according to a new study.
Four people inside a plane that made an emergency landing on U.S. Highway 101 late Saturday night walked away without any injuries, according to the CHP.
Three people have been charged for an alleged embezzlement scheme involving at a San Jose church that went on for years.