Two People Die In San Jose Accident Involving Commercial VanA driver and his passenger were killed when their car was struck by a commercial van that ran a red light Sunday morning, San Jose police said.
Driver Dies After Car Crashes Into Tree in San JoseA driver died after he lost control of his Toyota Scion and hit a tree Saturday morning becoming San Jose's 33rd traffic fatality this year.
San Jose Revives Police Foot Patrols in Little Saigon NeighborhoodBilingual, Vietnamese-speaking San Jose police officers are walking the sidewalks of the city's Little Saigon neighborhood, hoping to rebuild trust among residents, step by step.
Bay Area Cities Hire Extra Help In Rush To Complete 2020 CensusCities and counties across California are trying to ensure an accurate population count and in many instances, they've hired their own workers to supplement the efforts of federal census takers.
San Jose Recruits Climate Action Warriors For New State InitiativeThe State of California and the city of San Jose are looking to recruit a new generation of warriors to fight climate-change.
San Jose State Football Set To Resume After Mountain West Approves Shortened SeasonSan Jose State University and other schools in the Mountain West Conference are slated to compete in a coronavirus-shortened college football season scheduled to begin in late October.
'I Am Sick Of It' – Leaders Get Earful From Downtown San Jose Neighbors Near I-280 Rat InfestationA rat-infested downtown San Jose neighborhood is getting attention from city and state leaders.
Santa Clara County Investing $13M In Helping Low-Income Families, Homeless Quarantine From COVID-19Santa Clara County is investing more than $13 million in a program to house people who are in quarantine or isolation due to possible infection with the coronavirus.
Driver Arrested In San Jose After Deputy Pursuit, Standoff End PeacefullySanta Clara County Sheriff's deputies confirmed a suspect was arrested early Tuesday morning after a pursuit and several-hour standoff that included the man threatening to cut himself and challenging officers to fight.
Mountain West Conference Reportedly Considers Shortened Football SeasonThe Mountain West Conference, which includes San Jose State University, is reportedly considering a shortened football season that could begin next month.
Santa Clara County Declares Juneteenth A Paid Holiday For County EmployeesThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved making Juneteenth, which honors the end of slavery in the United States, a paid holiday for county employees.
Sharks Retain Bob Boughner As Coach, Remove Interim TagThe San Jose Sharks have retained Bob Boughner as their coach, removing the interim tag to make him the ninth full-time head coach in franchise history.
Caught On Video: San Jose Police Search For Brazen Food Trailer ThievesPolice have asked for the public's help in locating a stolen food trailer and identifying the thieves who brazenly drove it away in San Jose last week, leaving local family devastated.
Clean Up Begins At Large Illegal Dumpsite In South San JoseThe city of San Jose and Union Pacific Railroad on Monday began cleaning up one of the biggest illegal dumpsites the South Bay has seen.
Man Killed In Early Morning Stabbing In Downtown San JoseA man died from a stabbing early Monday morning in San Jose, marking the city's 29th homicide of 2020.