California Sues Cisco Over Alleged Caste Discrimination Against Dalit Indian EmployeeCalifornia regulators sued Cisco Systems, saying an engineer faced discrimination from other Indian workers because he is Dalit Indian. India’s caste system puts Dalits at the bottom of a social hierarchy, once terming them “untouchables.”
COVID-19 Surge: 2 More Deaths, 210 New Cases In Santa Clara CountyHealth officials in Santa Clara County announced 210 new cases of the coronavirus and two additional deaths, as the month of July begins with a surge of infections across the state.
Portland Man Identified As Suspect In Carjacking In Which Car Plunged Off Santa Cruz Cliff A 56-year-old Portland man was being held Wednesday on carjacking, hit-and-run, illegal weapon and evading police charges stemming from a violent crime in Davenport that left guests terrified inside a restaurant.
Santa Clara Co. Releases COVID-19 Back-To-School GuidelinesStudents are getting a preview of what back-to-school will be like next Fall during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to newly-released guidelines from health officials in Santa Clara County.
Santa Cruz County Carjacking Suspect Fires Gun In Restaurant, Leads Authorities On Wild ChaseA dangerous carjacking suspect terrified guests inside a restaurant in a Santa Cruz County beach town Tuesday afternoon before leading authorities on a high-speed chase that ended with a stolen car going off a cliff.
San Jose High School Teacher Dr. Richard Johnson Found Dead In Guadalupe RiverThe mysterious death of a high school teacher in San Jose has the Evergreen Valley High School community in a state of shock.
New Commercial Aims To Draw Tourists To Carmel, Even As COVID-19 Cases SurgeThe city of Carmel-by-the-Sea has unveiled a splashy new ad inviting tourists back to the coastal town just as coronavirus cases have spiked across California.
Santa Clara County Health Officials Release COVID-19 Guidance For Reopening SchoolsHealth officials in Santa Clara County on Tuesday released detailed COVID-19 guidance for school administrators to help them prepare to welcome students back to school campuses for the 2020-2021 school year.
Netflix Is Investing $100 Million In Black-Owned BanksNetflix on Tuesday said it would invest in Black-owned banks in an effort to help close the wealth gap between Black and White America.
Santa Cruz Mayor: Consider Staying Away From Beaches For 4th Of July WeekendThe mayor of Santa Cruz is urging residents ahead of the Fourth of July weekend to consider staying home instead of heading to the beach and reminding people about the state's mandatory face mask requirement.
Santa Clara County Offers Preview Of Coronavirus Reopening PlanThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors and Public Health Department held a joint meeting Monday with the San Jose City Council to preview the county's new reopening plan.
Stanford Unveils Plan To Welcome Students Back To Campus During COVID-19 PandemicStanford has unveiled its plan to welcome students back to campus but most classes will remain online even for students living on campus.
Pacifica, Half Moon Bay Asking Out-Of-Town Beachgoers To Stay Home On 4th Of JulyThe mayors of Pacifica and Half Moon Bay have a message to all out-of-towners: If you don't live here, stay away this Fourth of July.
Netflix Announces Series On Colin Kaepernick's Youth From Ava DuVernayNetflix announced a new limited series titled "Colin in Black & White," from Ava DuVernay, based on Colin Kaepernick's high school years.
CHP Investigating Pedestrian Shooting On San Jose Freeway Off-RampA pedestrian was shot in the face Sunday by an unknown gunman as they walked along a northbound I-680 off-ramp in San Jose, according to the California Highway Patrol.