Housing Bond Gives Help To First-Time Home Buyers In South BayHopeful first-time home buyers In San Jose lined up Wednesday for a chance to find out more about special loans that could help them with a down payment.
Bay Area Government Workers Feel Strain Of ShutdownOn Day 20 of the government shutdown, thousands of Bay Area federal workers were left feeling the financial strain of being furloughed or working without pay.
San Jose Hopes Google Deal A Step Towards Fixing Job/Housing ImbalanceThe San Jose City Council's unanimous vote early Wednesday morning to approve a land deal with tech giant Google is a step toward solving the city's historic jobs/housing imbalance, but officials say many more such deals are needed.
Supes Vote Against Taking FAA Funds For Reid-Hillview Airport In San JoseThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted 3-2 to not accept any more federal funds to maintain Reid-Hillview Airport in San Jose.
Great White Sharks Baby Boom May Be Underway In Monterey BayGreat white sharks are known as fearsome predators, but in the Monterey Bay there is more fascination than fear over what may be a great white shark baby boom.
RV 'Landlords' Renting To Homeless, Low-Income Workers In Silicon ValleyA new kind of landlord has popped up the Bay Area, where affordable housing can be notoriously out of reach. These landlords’ rentals come with four wheels.
Backlash Over San Jose Unified's Plan To Tear Down Leland High, Bret HarteA proposal to tear down Leland High and Bret Harte Middle School in San Jose has caused a backlash among some students, parents and neighbors.
Neighbors Object To Affordable Housing Plan For Former Mall In Pricey CupertinoTensions are running high in Cupertino over a developer’s plans for hundreds of new homes as some neighbors are saying, “not so fast.”
Mural Showing Chicano History Painted Over in East San JoseA South Bay mural with a beloved history is now just a blank wall after someone painted it over in the dead of night.
School Community Seeks Answers After Felony Suspect Hired As TeacherParents in a San Jose middle school community want to know how a man suspected of a violent felony within the city limits six months ago still managed to get hired as a teacher.
California DMV Director Tours Local Offices To Help Improve Wait TimesThe head of California’s Department of Motor Vehicles is on a listening tour as she finds herself under pressure to fix the long lines and exasperating waiting times we've all experienced.
San Jose Eases Restrictions On Homeowner In-Law UnitsSan Jose is looking in its own backyard to solve its housing shortage, with the city making it easier for homeowners to build small units on their land.