San Jose Water Adopts Voluntary Conservation Measures, Limits Outdoor IrrigationSan Jose Water is asking residential and commercial customers to voluntarily reduce water use by 15% of their 2019 levels by August 31, or else face possible fines, and making SJW the latest entity to take action in the face of a worsening drought across the western US.
COVID Vaccines: Mass Vaccination Site Opens At City College Of San FranciscoOfficials in San Francisco announced Friday the opening of the city's first mass vaccination site at City College, as communities ramp up distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Smoky, Gray-Orange Skies Blanket Bay Area Along With Intense HeatIt's never a good day when you can actually see the air you're breathing.
Mountain View Toxic Superfund Site Clean Enough For New Housing ConstructionA parcel of land in Mountain View which sits on the western edge of the Superfund boundary is now an active construction site after years of remediation and decontamination.
NASA Ames Looks Back On Contributions To Apollo 11 Moon MissionAs the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission draws near, NASA Ames in Mountain View is reflecting on some of the contributions made in the Bay Area.
California Begins Collecting Sales Tax On Online PurchasesA new California law kicked in Tuesday compelling online retailers add state sales tax to products being shipped to California.
San Jose, Airbnb Unveil Partnership To House People Displaced By DisasterFor the first time ever, a Bay Area city is linking up with Airbnb to provide shelter in the event of a disaster.
San Jose St. Football Team, Cops Meet To Discuss Policing Issues In Minority CommunitiesBay Area cops and young athletes came together Monday to discuss some serious issues in the "black lives, blue lives" era, and what both groups found out is that they have a lot to learn from each other.
NTSB Seeks Answers In Fatal Palo Alto Plane CrashFederal investigators were at the scene of a deadly plane crash in Palo Alto Wednesday, combing through evidence to find out what went wrong.
Palo Alto Mayor Apologizes For Dismissing Town's Traffic ProblemsThe Mayor of Palo Alto was still doing damage control Tuesday, two weeks after she made the mistake of dismissing the traffic gridlock many local residents suffer through.
Crime Spree Plagues San Jose Willow Glen NeighborhoodA spike in crime has neighbors on edge in an upscale area of San Jose. Since last Thursday, Willow Glen has been seeing a wave of auto thefts, carjackings, home invasions and burglaries.
San Jose Police Target Increasingly Sophisticated Gambling OperationsSan Jose police are seeing a change in the type of gambling operations being busted across the city.
Beach Out Of Reach: Pristine Stretch Of California Coast Largely Inaccessible To PublicA pristine coastline in Santa Barbara County is largely inaccessible to the public after a settlement between wealthy homeowners and state coastal officials. However, the settlement is not setting well with coastal access advocates.
San Jose Fireworks Crackdown Features Website To Report NeighborsAfter years of trying to crack down on illegal fireworks in the city, San Jose city has come up with a new plan: an app where people can report fireworks scofflaws.
Google's Feral Cats Threaten Burrowing Owl Population Near Mountain View CampusEnvironmentalists are blaming a decrease in native burrowing owls near Google’s Mountain View headquarters on feral cats being cared for and fed regularly by Google employees.