San Jose Police Force Drops To ‘Frighteningly Low' Levels In a memo to San Jose's mayor and to the city council, the city’s police chief acknowledged that the department is not able to maintain adequate staffing levels due to “unanticipated resignations”.
MythBusters Unveil Exhibition With A BangIn typical MythBusters form, The Explosive Exhibition opened up with a bang at The Tech Museum in San Jose Thursday morning...
San Jose City Union Agrees To Curb Sick-Pay Cash OutsThe Building Inspectors’ Union agreed on Tuesday to change its sick leave benefit for new city hires who will no longer be allowed to store up unused sick days and cash them out at retirement—an arrangement that costs the city millions of dollars.
Dueling San Jose Meetings Focus On Rise In CrimeWhile San Jose city leaders held a "study session" on the growing number of crimes in the city, police unions took to a local neighborhood, offering concerned residents crime fighting tips.
San Jose Police Officer Leaks Photo Of Mayor Reed’s Traffic TicketA police chief has scolded his officers for the Internet posting of a photograph of a traffic citation given to San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed.
San Jose Mayor Reed Gets Traffic Ticket During Morning CommuteSan Jose Mayor Chuck Reed is facing a $35 fine or traffic school after he received a traffic ticket Tuesday morning.
San Jose Steps Up Legal Action To Lure Oakland A’s To The South BayThe City of San Jose is stepping up is effort to lure the Oakland A’s to Silicon Valley, by filing a court order seeking to identify the organizational structure of a group opposed to the move.
San Jose Ballpark Land Deal With A's Scrutinized By State ControllerCalifornia’s state controller is reviewing whether a deal allowing the Oakland A’s to purchase land owned by San Jose’s dissolved redevelopment agency for a new ballpark flouts a new state law.
San Jose To Implement Pension Reform For New HiresThe San Jose City Council passed an ordinance Tuesday that will implement a second tier pension plan for new employees.
San Jose Vigil Held To Remember Victims Of Recent ViolenceSan Jose City and community leaders joined people seeking an end to violence for a prayer vigil outside city hall Monday evening.
State Auditor Report Finds San Jose Likely Overstated Future Pension CostsThe California State Auditor has released a new report showing San Jose officials likely overstated future pension costs by millions of dollars, with the higher figures used in the lead-up to June’s controversial pension reform measure.
Samsung Semiconductor To Expand San Jose OfficeOfficials at Samsung Semiconductor Inc. announced the company will expand its San Jose office at a public meeting Thursday with California Gov. Jerry Brown, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed, and the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.
Casino M8trix Officially Opens In San JoseAfter months of regulatory delays, San Jose’s brand new casino opened its doors to card players on Wednesday.
Mystery Donor Gives Record $4 Million For New SJ Soccer FieldsAn anonymous donor gave $4 million to city of San Jose to build soccer fields in Almaden Valley at the Allen at Steinbeck School.
San Jose Officials Confident On Ballpark Plans After MLB MeetingConfidence is the key word in San Jose, where local leaders say they're not concerned about rumors of a new baseball stadium proposal coming out of Oakland.