San Jose Police Union Files New Challenge To Pension ReformA new lawsuit challenging San Jose’s voter-approved Measure B pension reform proposition has been filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court by the city’s Police Officers’ Association.
SJPD Memo Warns Staffing Shortage Won’t Be Fixed Anytime SoonThe San Jose police staffing shortage isn’t going to be resolved anytime soon according to a new memo from the acting police chief to city leaders.
Nimble Storage Expanding In North San Jose, Adding Up To 800 JobsA Silicon Valley firm is expanding into a 165,000 square-foot facility in an area with increasing job and housing growth.
Atty. General Allows San Jose Police Union To Challenge Pension Reform In CourtA controversial pension reform measure passed by San Jose voters last June has been cleared to go to the courts, after a decision made by California Attorney General Kamala Harris.
5 Percent Raise Expected For SJ Mayor And City CouncilSan Jose City Council’s Salary Setting Commission votes Wednesday night to possibly grant Mayor Chuck Reed and the City Council itself pay raises.
Baseball Commissioner Selig Denies Meeting Request From San Jose Mayor ReedSan Jose Mayor Chuck Reed Thursday expressed frustration at the lack of a decision by Major League Baseball on whether to permit the Oakland A’s to move to his city.
San Jose Mayor Asks For Meeting With MLB On A's-To-San Jose MoveSaying he hopes to keep the matter out of the courts, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed has requested a meeting with Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to discuss the Oakland A’s pursuit of a San Jose ballpark.
San Jose Budget To Avoid Layoffs, Restore Police ServicesThe city of San Jose will avoid layoffs for the second straight year and restore some emergency services after Mayor Chuck Reed’s budget message was unanimously approved Tuesday by the City Council.
San Jose Police Academy Graduates 43 RecruitsPolice staffing is about to get a much needed boost in San Jose, as the Police Department's academy held its first graduation ceremony since 2009.
KCBS Cover Story: San Jose Readies For Economic Impact Of New Minimum Wage40,000 people who work in San Jose will be getting a raise on Monday, thanks to the November 2012 election win for Measure D, which raises the minimum wage in San Jose from $8 to $10 an hour.
Mayors Make Case For Bay Area Super BowlMayors from three Bay Area cities gathered Wednesday to support a bid to bring an upcoming Super Bowl to the new 49ers stadium in Santa Clara.
San Jose Moves Closer To Banning Styrofoam ContainersFoam food containers are closer to becoming a thing of the past in San Jose after the city council voted Tuesday to pursue phasing out polystyrene foam use in the city’s restaurants.
San Jose Begins Restoring Street Lamps Turned Off To Save MoneyStarting Saturday, the streets of San Jose will be looking much brighter when the city starts reconnecting 900 street lights turned off four years ago to save money.
San Jose To Clear Tent City Near Mineta San Jose International AirportSan Jose plans to remove a huge homeless encampment has mushroomed in a grassy field near downtown San Jose right under the airport flight path, city officials said Wednesday.
San Jose City Officials Defend Continuing Support For Repertory TheatreCity officials are defending their ongoing support of Downtown San Jose’s cash-strapped Repertory Theatre, after a recent audit questions whether the Rep can continue to operate on its current revenue stream.