Bay Area Voters Line Up As More In-Person Polling Places OpenFor weeks now there has been an intense focus on mail-in ballots, drop boxes, signatures and ballot tracking. This weekend, the story is going to be in-person voting as polling places open across the Bay Area.
San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Ads Following SVO FalloutSeveral San Jose City Councilmembers condemned the use of racist political ads Friday morning, noting that the recent controversy at the Silicon Valley Organization is a problem that’s existed for years.
Santa Clara County Seeks Court Order To Stop San Jose Church's COVID-19 ViolationsSanta Clara County officials on Friday announced they have requested a court order directing San Jose's Calvary Church to stop holding large religious services that violate state and local COVID-19 health orders.
49ers Ready to Battle Seattle Seahawks Without Fans in StandsThis week, the San Francisco 49ers don’t need loud piped in noise at practice, silent counts and other preparations that usually accompany a trip to Seattle.
San Jose Fire Department At Scene Of Vault Fire Along Hwy 101The San Jose Fire Department dispatched several units to a vault fire alongside northbound Highway 101 at Tully Road Thursday evening, according to authorities.
UPDATE: Silicon Valley Organization CEO Matt Mahood Resigns In Wake Of Racist Campaign AdThe CEO of the business advocacy group Silicon Valley Organization was placed on administrative leave after the group published a racist campaign ad on its website.
San Jose Unveils 'Black Lives Matter' Banners To Show Support For Black CommunitySouth Bay leaders unveiled 13 new "Black Lives Matter" banners around San Jose's City Hall on Thursday, demonstrating the city's commitment to addressing and dismantling systemic racism locally and supporting its Black community.
San Jose Man 'Steps Up To The Plate' For Young Creek Fire Victim; Replaces Baseball Card Collection Lost In WildfireReese Osterberg loves baseball. A natural lefty, she is of the best baseball players in her Little League, and on a normal fall weekend, she would likely be playing the sandlot game with friends, reliving the glories of the recently-completed World Series.
San Jose: Lawmakers Review Enforcement, Citations For Illegal FireworksIllegal firework usage nearly tripled this year in San Jose compared to last year and the city needs a new way to enforce and control it.
San Jose's Measure H Would Increase Cardroom Tax, Expand Gambling TablesSan Jose voters are being asked to approve a measure that would increase taxes on cardrooms while expanding the number of gambling tables.
San Jose Files Lawsuit Saying Census Takers Were Pressured to Falsify DataThe City of San Jose joined other parties in suing the U.S. Census Bureau over its claim that it had reached 99.9% of households when the 2020 census ended two weeks ago, which the city says is based on falsified data.
Stanford Looking For Redemption After Down Season, No Bowl GameDavid Shaw could look at it as Stanford and the Pac-12 being behind the rest of the country with a late start to the football season, which will end up a seven-game, all-conference schedule if all goes as planned.
Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Release Photos; Sketch Of Sexual Assault SuspectLos Gatos-Monte Sereno Police have released photos and a sketche of a suspect wanted in connection with a sexual assault of a juvenile victim.
SJ Man Who Defrauded Elderly Investors In Fake Gold, Diamonds Scheme Sentenced To 9 YearsAuthorities said Fritz Kramer solicited more than $11 million for a phony "investment opportunity" in a gold and diamond export project. Many of the investors solicited were elderly and a number lived in the Bay Area.
Manhunt For Suspect Who Sexually Assaulted A Juvenile In Los GatosA manhunt was underway in Los Gatos after a suspect sexually and physically assaulted a juvenile walking down the street.