South Bay Windstorm Leaves Thousands Without PowerStrong winds blew up the coast early Monday morning from Monterey causing power outages and downing trees and power lines.
Restraining Order Lifted, Effort To Recall Judge Persky Can ResumeA retired judge lifted a temporary restraining order that prevented the collection of signatures for the recall of Santa Clara County Court Superior Judge Aaron Persky, the judge who sentenced a convicted rapist to just six months in jail last year.
State AG Sides With Recall Effort To Oust Judge PerskyThe California Attorney General's office on Tuesday filed a motion siding with the campaign to recall Judge Aaron Persky.
Multi-Million Dollar Home Sales Spiking In Santa Clara CountyAccording to a new report, sales of multi-million dollar homes on the Peninsula and in the South Bay have spiked since last year.
Santa Clara County Leaders Reinforce Support For DACA ProgramImmigrants and their advocates gathered in San Jose Tuesday to celebrate and defend the federal Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals program on the fifth anniversary of its enactment.
Morgan Hill Wildfire Burns 117 Acres, 70 Percent ContainedThe fire is burning grass and oak trees. The cause is under investigation.
Santa Clara County Fire Crews Extinguish Grass Fire Near MilpitasFire crews in the South Bay have put out a fire east of Milpitas near Ed R. Levin County Park Wednesday afternoon, according to authorities.
Wildfire Burns More Than 120 Acres Near GilroyFirefighters slowed the progress of a wildfire near Gilroy Sunday night after it had consumed more than 120 acres.
Brush Fire Scorches Land Near Vineyards In SaratogaSanta Clara County crews are at the scene of a two-alarm vegetation fire in Saratoga, according to authorities.
Santa Clara County Reports Two Heat-Related DeathsSanta Clara County health officials on Wednesday confirmed that two San Jose residents died on Monday due to heat-related conditions during the ongoing heat wave gripping the Bay Area.  
Bay Area Parents, Schools Continue Struggle Against NorovirusSchool officials in the Bay Area on Friday were still scrambling to contain a norovirus outbreak that has left hundreds of students sick.
BART Extension Brings Electrified Third Rail To South BayLethal amounts of electricity are coursing through tracks along the 10-mile BART extension to Milpitas and Berryessa.

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