San Jose Sees Spike In Fires At Homeless EncampmentsAs wildfires rage in Northern California, neighbors in San Jose are growing increasingly worried about fires caused by homeless residents.
Threatened Steelhead Trout Relocated To Make Way For Anderson Dam RetrofitA fish rescue has taken place in the South Bay, where the Anderson Dam retrofit project is about to get underway.
Santa Cruz Boardwalk Workers Laid Off As Pandemic's Financial Impact Takes Its Toll On CountyThe Santa Cruz Seaside Company, which runs the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, has announced it has laid off about a third of its full-time workers because of financial impacts from the pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Emergency Trailers For San Jose Homeless Sit Empty Months After DeliveryHomeless advocates carried makeshift tombstones to the entrance of Happy Hollow Park and Zoo in San Jose Wednesday where more than 100 emergency housing trailers are still sitting empty.
Pit Bulls Attack San Jose Woman Jogging Near Homeless CampA San Jose woman is recovering after being mauled in a vicious attack by three pit bulls while she was out jogging on Thursday.
Bay Area Class Of 2020 Coming To Grips With Coronavirus School Year FinalityBay Area students in the class of 2020 are trying to adjust to the possibility that schools will stay shut down for the remainder of the school year.
Automobile Break-Ins Spike In South Bay; New Funding To Help Combat BurglariesSeveral cities in the Bay Area are seeing shocking increases in car break-ins.
Retirement Home Compiles Stories Of Aging Bay Area WWII VeteransOn Veterans Day, it is hard not to reflect on the fact that one particular group of service men and women is disappearing quickly.
Crackdown Promised On Rowdy Half Moon Bay BeachgoersSan Mateo County is cracking down on rowdy beachgoers in Half Moon Bay. Neighbors of Poplar Beach say the situation is bad with noise, trash and illegal fireworks.
New Report Shows San Jose Has Nation's Highest-Paid WorkersA new report says the highest paid workers in the nation are here in the Bay Area.
San Jose Eyes Rezoning Single-Family Lots For Multiple-Unit DwellingsDozens of San Jose neighborhoods could be seeing some big changes to help ease the housing crunch. The city's planning department is considering an idea to allow multiple-dwelling units on lots previously zoned for single-family homes.
Homeless Advocates Protest Proposed Shut Down Of All-Night VTA Bus LineSome activists are planning a "rolling protest" on board a VTA bus Wednesday night as they rally to save the route that doubles as an overnight shelter for many homeless.
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.