Gov. Newsom, S.J. Mayor Praise State Businesses' Cooperation in Coronavirus BattleCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo toured a Sunnyvale fuel cell manufacturer where hundreds of older ventilators are being refurbished as part of the statewide battle to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Among Homeless: San Jose Mayor Liccardo Calls For Removing Regulations To Build Emergency HousingAs the coronavirus pandemic threatens to rapidly spread through homeless communities, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo urged state officials Tuesday to immediately remove existing regulatory barriers in order to rapidly build emergency housing.
San Jose Mayor Liccardo Endorses Bloomberg, Will Co-Chair His 2020 Presidential CampaignSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo announced Monday he is endorsing Mike Bloomberg and has agreed to serve as his California co-chair of his presidential campaign.
San Jose Mayor Says Power Shutdown Cost His City $500,000The massive PG&E public safety power outage has cost the city of San Jose about a half million dollars and that amount is expected to climb, mayor Sam Liccardo said on Thursday.
Trash-Talking Bay Area Cities Battle for Top Turnout on Coastal Cleanup DayThousands of Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose residents participated in the "Battle for the Bay," a friendly competition between the cities over which one could recruit the most volunteers to clean up trash Saturday.
San Jose Breaks Ground on Major Housing Project for the HomelessThe North San Pedro studios will bring permanent housing to homeless veterans and chronically homeless people who have been living in shelters or on the streets.
San Jose Volunteers Clean Up Homeless Camp Site on Coyote CreekOn Saturday, more than 150 volunteers picked up trash along the banks of Coyote Creek in San Jose in an area once known as "The Jungle," a sprawling, trash-strewn homeless encampment where hundreds lived in squalor.
Used Gear Installed For South Bay BART Extension Exposed System To HackersKPIX has learned that used communications and computer equipment installed by contractors on the South Bay BART extension could have left the transit system vulnerable to hackers and other cyber-security threats.
San Jose Mayor Cracks Down On Travel Policy After Japan TripMayor of San Jose Sam Liccardo has issued a memorandum about updating the City Council's travel policy for trips made to sister cities as a response to five city council members and multiple staff members traveling to Japan this week.
Controversial Christopher Columbus Statue Removed From San Jose City HallThe controversial Christopher Columbus located inside San Jose’s City Hall building was removed and placed into a hall of the Italian American Heritage Foundation on Saturday.
San Jose Announces Ambitious Renewable Energy ProgramOne South Bay city is taking energy efficiency to the next level and beyond as San Jose's mayor on Thursday announced an ambitious renewable energy program.
San Jose City Council Votes To Remove Columbus StatueAfter hours of contentious and boisterous debate, the San Jose City Council late Tuesday night voted to remove a controversial Christopher Columbus statue from the City Hall lobby.
San Jose City Council To Decide Home For Columbus StatueThe San Jose City Council will take a vote Tuesday to determine the fate of the Christopher Columbus statue in City Hall.
San Jose Mayor, State Legislator Announce Net Neutrality BillSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo hosted state Senate President pro Tempore Kevin De Leon in a news conference outside City Hall Tuesday morning to introduce a new net neutrality bill.