San Jose Opens Second Rental Assistance CenterLess than a month after opening its first center at city hall to help tenants and landlords most affected by the COVID pandemic, the city has opened a second center at the main office of Franklin McKinley School District.
San Jose Mass Shooting UPDATE: Bomb Squad Investigation at San Jose VTA Mass Shooter's Home Stretches Into NightResidents who live near the home of San Jose VTA shooter Samuel Cassidy were told Wednesday evening that they would not be able to return to their homes until Thursday because of the ongoing investigation.
San Jose City Attorney Dies Weeks After RetirementFormer San Jose City Attorney Rick Doyle died on Sunday at the age of 65, two weeks after celebrating his retirement and ending two decades of service defending the city.
San Jose City Council Approves Renegotiation for Emergency Food ReliefThe San Jose City Council approved the renegotiating of emergency food distribution contracts Wednesday night so they extend through October.
San Jose Mayor Liccardo Joins Plaintiffs In Lawsuit Over 2020 Census CountSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo announced Friday that he would be named a plaintiff and join a lawsuit with San Jose and other jurisdictions to prevent President Donald Trump from excluding undocumented residents from the 2020 Census.
San Jose Officials Approve New Budget After Nearly 13 Hours Of DebateAs protesters gathered outside San Jose City Hall Tuesday, city leaders were meeting to approve the Mayor Sam Liccardo's proposed $4.1 billion budget for the next fiscal year.
Runners Brave Cold As Silicon Valley Turkey Trot Raises About $1M For CharitiesIt was a chilly start for around 23,000 runners in Silicon Valley Thursda morning at the largest Thanksgiving Day "Turkey Trot" in the county.
San Jose Rolls Out Digital Tool To Help Calculate Neighborhoods In NeedSan Jose is rolling out a new online tool that's designed to help micro-manage the city. It crunches large amounts of data to calculate neighborhoods in need.
San Jose Residents Plead For Police Help, Neighbor Action After Spike In Violent CrimeA West San Jose neighborhood pleaded to police for help Wednesday after several recent high-profile crimes, but also urged their neighbors to take action as well.
San Jose Mayor, Residents Sound Off About Blaring Train Noise At Union Pacific MeetingSan Jose residents, including Mayor Sam Liccardo, sounded off Wednesday at a meeting with Union Pacific representatives over its change in schedule to run trains overnight.
Silicon Valley's Homeless Population Explodes, According To New SurveyA new survey shows that the homeless population in Santa Clara County has exploded with most of those without a home living in San Jose.
San Jose City Council Approves Ordinance Targeting Sideshow SpectatorsThe San Jose City Council unanimously voted on Tuesday evening to pass a proposed ordinance targeting sideshow spectators.
Sign Criticizing Liccardo, Santa Clara County's Sanctuary Policy Removed From WallA makeshift sign criticizing San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and Santa Clara County over the county's sanctuary policy was removed on Tuesday.
San Jose Mayor Forgoes 'Stale' State Of The City AddressSan Jose's mayor said he has decided not to hold a State of the City address this year because the formula is "stale," but his critics aren't completely buying it.
SJ Mayor Consults Musk's Company, Proposes Underground Tunnel To Link Airport, Train StationSJ Mayor Sam Liccardo has proposed an idea to solve his city's decades-old effort to find a mass transit solution linking its airport and its downtown: an underground tunnel.