Hot Water Pipe Helps Firefighters Extinguish Blaze at San Jose Liquor StoreFire crews contained a one-alarm fire at a business in east San Jose early Sunday morning thanks in part to a broken hot water pipe, according to fire officials.
San Jose Police Investigate Saturday Shooting on Williamsburg DriveA person was shot shortly before noon in the 3200 block of Williamsburg Drive and a suspect fled the scene, San Jose police said Saturday.
1 Dead Following San Jose Hit-Run Collision; Suspect Flees Scene on FootA man died when the Passat he was driving was struck by a Dodge Ram pick-up truck in a San Jose intersection early Saturday, police said.
Apartment Complex Built Exclusively For The Homeless Opens In San JoseIt's a first for San Jose--a brand new apartment complex built exclusively to house the homeless is opening its doors to new tenants.
San Jose Institutes Program at Public Businesses to Protect LGBT Patrons From Hate CrimesIn San Jose, coffee shops and banks will now band together with the police department to help victims of hate crimes.
Student Population Boom Presents Problems For San Jose State UniversityA record 36,000 students are enrolled at San Jose State University for the the fall semester, about four thousand more than last year, according to university officials.
Man Killed In Hit-And-Run Near San Jose State; Police Seek Help Identifying SuspectA man was struck and killed in a fatal hit-and-run collision near San Jose State University early Thursday morning, San Jose police said.
Judge Dismisses Public Records Lawsuit Over Google San Jose DevelopmentA Santa Clara County court has dismissed a public records lawsuit alleging San Jose was not transparent in its dealings with Google regarding the company's new mega-campus downtown.
Man Killed In San Jose Shooting IdentifiedA man shot and killed in San Jose near Downtown Campbell on Monday has been identified as 29-year-old Fernando Andrade, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office.
San Jose Police Dispatcher Accused Of $84K Disability Insurance FraudA San Jose police dispatcher has been charged with felony fraud for cashing in disability insurance for more than a year after returning to work.
Massive San Jose Repaving Project To Cover Nearly 300 Miles Of RoadwayThe City of San Jose is well on its way to repaving 280 miles of roads this year, with hundreds more to come over much of the next decade.
Tiny-Home Developments in San Jose Offer Alternative to HomelessnessSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo joined members of the city council and the community to assemble 8-foot by 10-foot homeless shelters that will be part of the city's first-ever tiny home community.
2 Arrested in Connection With Spate of Santa Cruz ShootingsSanta Cruz police arrested two suspects on Thursday who investigators said are connected to a recent uptick in gun violence in the city.
Silicon Valley Comic Con Turns 4On Friday, the fourth Silicon Valley Comic Con kicked off at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center with organizers expecting more than 70,000 throughout the three-day event.
San Jose Officials Bake In City Hall With Glitchy Air ConditioningCity Hall in San Jose is only 14 years old, but the building's cooling system is apparently out of date.