Tens Of Thousands Expected At Women's Marches Across Bay AreaTens of thousands of people are expected to turn out Saturday in cities across the Bay Area for a series of Women's Marches as part of a grassroots political movement to get more women into political office.
Bay Area Shut Out In Quest For New Amazon HeadquartersAmazon announced Thursday the cities that have made its first cut for the location of its new second headquarters. Noticeably absent was the Bay Area.
Santa Clara County Officials Launch Anti-Pot Ads Aimed At TeensSanta Clara County is launching a campaign in the wake of recreational marijuana legalization to send a message to teens: Don't become a pot head!
San Jose Police Identify 'Lucky Lotto Bandits' Suspected In Over 30 BurglariesPolice in San Jose said Thursday that suspects arrested at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield last month are linked to more than 30 gas station and convenience store burglaries in the South Bay and elsewhere dating back to September.
San Jose And Santa Clara Agree Settle Dispute Over New DevelopmentsThe cities of San Jose and Santa Clara have reached a settlement over disputes related to proposed large developments in their respective cities.
7 Adults, 5 Juveniles Arrested In San Jose Crime SpreeMembers of a violent gang allegedly responsible for dozens of robberies, carjackings and a shooting in San Jose since last summer, arrested.
Commuters May Have To Wait Longer For BART Extension To San JoseSouth Bay commuters may have to wait even longer to hop on a BART train. 
Early Morning 3-Alarm Fire Destroys San Jose ApartmentsFirefighters and Good Samaritans braved flames and heavy smoke early Friday to help 16 residents escape a 3-alarm fire that destroyed several apartments at a San Jose complex.
South Bay Dreamers Hopeful After Ruling Blocks Executive Order To End DACABay Area Dreamers were hopeful Wednesday after a San Francisco judge temporarily blocked President Trump's executive order that would have ended the DACA program.
San Jose Police: Ax-Wielding Intruder Charged At Officers Before Fatal ShootingSan Jose police said in a news conference Wednesday afternoon that a man was killed in an officer-involved shooting Tuesday evening when he charged at officers with weapons after resisting no less than 23 commands to stand down.
San Jose Mayor, State Legislator Announce Net Neutrality BillSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo hosted state Senate President pro Tempore Kevin De Leon in a news conference outside City Hall Tuesday morning to introduce a new net neutrality bill.
Engine Failure Forces San Jose-Dallas Jet To Cancel Take-OffAn engine malfunctioned as an American Airlines flight to Dallas was on the taxiway at Mineta San Jose International Airport early Friday, forcing the 737 to return to the gate.

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