San Jose Man Charged With Hate Crime Assault in Santa CruzA 32-year-old San Jose man was arrested Sunday in Santa Cruz as a suspect in an assault outside a motel on a man from Jamaica that is being investigated as a hate crime.
Four San Jose Police Officers Placed On Leave Amid Investigation Of Racist Facebook PostsFour active San Jose police officers were placed on administrative leave Saturday as the department launched an investigation into a “closed” Facebook group where racist comments and posts were made.
Bay Area Track Legend, Famed Civil Rights Activist John Carlos Calls For End Of Olympic Protest BanFamed civil rights activist and track legend John Carlos wants to abolish the rule that bans protests at the Olympics.
'Theft Is Not Innovation'; Chinese Tech Executive Convicted Of Silicon Valley Industrial EspionageA federal judge has convicted a Chinese national of economic espionage, stealing trade secrets and engaging in a conspiracy for the benefit of his country's government.
Sunnyvale Chief Explains The City's Unique Duo Role Use Of Safety OfficersAs more people talk about what police reform would look like, the city of Sunnyvale is one of the few major cities in the country that doesn’t have an official police department.
San Jose Police Union, City Leaders Denounce Officers' Racist Facebook GroupSeveral active and retired San Jose police officers participated in a closed Facebook group where racist comments and posts were made, according to a statement released Friday night by the San Jose Police Officers Association president who added the people involved would be expelled from the union.
Santa Clara County Plans to Enter Next Phase of Reopening as San Francisco Hits the BrakesSanta Clara County residents learned Friday that the community was poised to enter the next reopening phase by the end of next week.
'Failed Experiment' To House Homeless In RV Park Costs San Jose $1.3 MillionSan Jose homeless advocates are demanding answers about how a city program to house people in trailers during the pandemic failed.
Contra Costa, Santa Clara Counties Reassess Reopening Timeline; Both Counties On State Watch ListHealth authorities in Contra Costa and Santa Clara counties are reassessing their timelines to continue reopening sectors of the economy because of data showing an increasing spread of coronavirus cases.
Fire Burns San Jose Tattoo ParlorFire crews quickly put out a blaze sparked Friday morning outside a building in the 1900 block of West San Carlos Avenue in San Jose.
South Bay Communities Fear Even Steep Fines Won't Stop Illegal Fireworks ShowsFrustration has mounted among residents across the Bay Area and beyond who have taken to social media and neighborhood forums about what appears to be an increase of illegal fireworks being set off this year.
South Bay Officials Ask Public To Report Illegal FireworksThe Santa Clara County Fire Department has reported a fourfold increase in grass fires. Some of that is being blamed on illegal fireworks.
Santa Cruz County To Reopen Beaches; 'People Are Not Willing To Be Governed Anymore'While Santa Cruz County health officials on Thursday reported a significant jump in the number of COVID-19 cases in the last week, the county will reopen beaches due to resistance from the public in adhering to the restrictions in place.
Mayor Liccardo Unveils Plan For Police Reform In Wake Of Violence At BLM Protests In San JoseThe mayor of San Jose unveiled plans for police reform in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests, which saw several protesters and observers injured by officers.
San Jose Police Officers Saluted For Saving Baby Boy On Father's DayA pair of San Jose police officers were praised for their service Wednesday when the department shared how the policemen saved an 11-month-old baby boy who had stopped breathing on Father's Day.