911 Calls Motivated By Racial, Ethnic Bias May Be Outlawed In Santa Cruz CountyThe Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously in favor of a new ordinance that makes it illegal to call 911 or law enforcement on someone because of bias.
Even With California's Reopening, Many Business Customers Keeping Masks OnFrom small neighborhood bakeries to big-box grocery stores, large numbers of Bay Area customers Tuesday continued to wear face masks even though they were no longer required by state law.
San Jose State Spartans' Travel To Arizona Bowl In Violation Of COVID Quarantine RulesThe San Jose State Spartans are enjoying an undefeated season and are headed to the Arizona Bowl as Mountain West Conference Champions. But Santa Clara County officials say the team could face fines and other penalties for violating the county's travel quarantine policy.
Owner Of 'Flintstones' House Announces Lawsuit Against HillsboroughThe legal battle is heating up between the city of Hillsborough and the owner of the popular if polarizing "Flintstones" home -- a familiar sight for thousands of commuters along the I-280 corridor on the peninsula.
MMA Fighter Sam Romero Seeks Answers After Mystery Plunge From San Jose Highway OverpassSam Romero's body -- broken back, fractured pelvis, shattered elbow and collapsed lung -- is a road map to trauma his mind will not yet let him remember.
Storms Bring Road Closures, Mudslides To Santa Cruz MountainsDays of rain have turned a large swath of the Santa Cruz Mountains into a muddy mess where residents on Thursday were grappling with downed trees and power line and slipping hillsides.
Waymo Set To Test Fleet Of Self-Driving Cars In Peninsula CitiesMountain View-based Waymo is hosting a public meeting to discuss the next phase of testing of its self-driving-car technology.
SJ Diocese: Allowing Priests To Return After Abuse Convictions "Misguided Attempt At Rehabilitation"The diocese of San Jose now says it was wrong to allow several priests convicted of sex abuse to continue working.
San Jose Volunteers Clean Up Homeless Camp Site on Coyote CreekOn Saturday, more than 150 volunteers picked up trash along the banks of Coyote Creek in San Jose in an area once known as "The Jungle," a sprawling, trash-strewn homeless encampment where hundreds lived in squalor.
Used Gear Installed For South Bay BART Extension Exposed System To HackersKPIX has learned that used communications and computer equipment installed by contractors on the South Bay BART extension could have left the transit system vulnerable to hackers and other cyber-security threats.
Gate Gone but Beach Access Decried on Santa Cruz CoastSanta Cruz homeowners are vowing to continue their fight against the Coastal Commission in what has become the latest battle for beach access on the California coast.
Remote Beach Becomes Focus Of Coastal Access DebateA remote beach on a pristine stretch of coast near Santa Barbara that has been visited by very few people could stay that way thanks to a new deal in the works with the California Coastal Commission.
Public Beach Or Private Playground? SoCal Landowners Keep Access LimitedFor decades, the beaches at Hollister Ranch, north of Santa Barbara, have been like a distant ship on the horizon – beautiful, alluring, elusive and largely unreachable.
Pink Triangle Symbolizes Decades of SF PrideOn Saturday morning, hundreds of volunteers installed the Pink Triangle on a hill above San Francisco's Castro District. Visible from 20 miles away, it has become an enduring symbol of Pride Weekend.
100-Year-Old Pilot Flies High With Help From Her FriendsA pioneering female aviator in San Jose turned 100 last month and was honored by fellow women pilots with an emotional return to the Northern California skies.