Santa Clara County Health Officials: COVID-19 Data Problem Has Them 'Feeling Blind'Statewide technical issues resulting in incomplete COVID-19 testing data have left Santa Clara County "back to feeling blind," County Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody said in a news conference Wednesday.
Santa Cruz Co Passes 2 New Initiatives to Limit COVID-19 SpreadWith COVID-19 case rates increasing in Santa Cruz County, local leaders began implementing creative options to limit the spread of the virus this week.
Suspect Who Took Officer's Gun Inside Santa Clara County Jail Garage Surrenders After StandoffA 40-year-old man was in custody Wednesday morning after a tense armed standoff inside the Santa Clara County jail garage that started when the suspect took an officer's gun and opened fire, authorities said.
Saratoga Teen Among 5 High Schoolers Named National Student PoetsFive high school juniors, including a teen from the South Bay, have been named National Student Poets.
Battle Over Non-Resident Access To Palo Alto's Foothills Nature PreservePalo Alto city councilmembers voted against a year-long pilot program that would have opened Foothills Park to non-residents for the first time since the sixties.
San Jose Police Chief Garcia Talks About Pending Retirement, Criticism Of DepartmentSan Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia -- who announced Monday he is retiring at the end of the year after nearly three decades on the force -- talked to KPIX 5 about what he achieved as chief and some of the challenges the department still faces.
Family Finds Creative Way For Morgan Hill Grandmother To Have Her Birthday HugsIn the current COVID-19 era, birthday wishes can be hard to fulfill when you can't see family in person. But a Bay Area family recently figured out a way to make a grandmother's birthday dream come true.
San Mateo Co. Supes Approve $5 Million in Assistance For Renters, LandlordsSan Mateo County supervisors on Tuesday approved allocating up to $5 million in federal funds to provide support to renters and property owners adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Mateo, Santa Cruz Counties Impose Fines For COVID-19 Health Order Violations, Including MasksEffective immediately, residents and businesses that do not comply with state COVID-19 health orders in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties are subject to fines after lawmakers voted unanimously in favor emergency ordinances, Tuesday afternoon.
Santa Clara County Supes Approve Putting Caltrain Sales Tax On BallotThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously voted to approve putting an eighth-cent sales tax on the November ballot to fund Caltrain, the latest development in a contentious regional debate over the future of the transit agency.
California's Great America In Santa Clara To Remain Closed Through 2020Officials at California's Great America amusement park in Santa Clara on Tuesday announced that the park would remain closed for the remainder of 2020 due to the ongoing challenges related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Family of Five Facing Eviction Despite Statewide Eviction MoratoriumDespite a statewide eviction moratorium, Jim Walker, his wife and their three children are at risk of losing their rent controlled home of 30 years. In May, they received a notice to vacate by August 20.
3-Alarm Fire Destroys Home In San JoseFirefighters got control of a 3-alarm fire that destroyed one home and damaged another, in San Jose. Two vehicles were also badly damaged.
San Jose, AT&T Partner To Give Free Mobile Hotspots To Students With No Internet AccessThe City of San Jose has a big back-to-school offer for thousands of students: free mobile Internet hotspots.
San Jose Police Chief Garcia Announces Retirement From ForceSan Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia announced Monday he is retiring at the end of the year after nearly three decades with the department.