A graffiti problem in San Jose has gotten not just bigger, it is super-sized – and much harder to clean up.
A South Bay tagging crew will receive a hefty punishment for vandalism, after prosecutors tacked on a gang enhancement.
Racial and inflammatory graffiti showed up in classrooms at Mt. Pleasant High School after some teachers allowed students to draw on walls that were scheduled to be destroyed.
San Jose police were searching Wednesday for a graffiti tagging crew suspected of causing more than $50,000 in damage.
Richmond high school graffiti artists are changing some adults’ perceptions about what may not normally be considered art as they prevailed in City Hall in their challenge of a violation.
You could say that the writing is on the wall for one Fremont man, who wants it taken down immediately. KCBS’ Mike Sugerman spent some time with that city’s guerilla graffiti fighter during his travels, About the Bay.