COVID Recovery: Students Cheer Return of In-Person Classes at San Jose State UniversitySan Jose State University welcomed tens of thousands of students back to campus for in-person learning Thursday with fanfare, mask-wearing and a mix of worry and optimism.
SJSU Students Survey Neighbors About Closing Reid-Hillview AirportThe fight over the future of the Reid-Hillview Airport in San Jose took another twist with a recent survey that asked neighbors how they felt about the facility.
Ball State Dominates Depleted San Jose State 34-13 in Arizona BowlAntonio Phillips returned an early interception 53 yards for a touchdown, Drew Plitt accounted for two scores and Ball State beat short-handed No. 19 San Jose State 34-13 in the Arizona Bowl on Thursday.
San Jose State Taking On Ball State in Arizona BowlCOVID-19 restrictions kept San Jose State from playing on its home field most of the season. Now it’s being scrutinized over its travel plans to play Ball State in the Arizona Bowl.
COVID Sports: Undefeated San Jose State Plays First Game In 3 Weeks; Defeats Hawaii To Go To 5-0Tyler Nevens and Kairee Robinson each had over 100 yards rushing and combined for three touchdowns, and San Jose State played its first game in three weeks and beat Hawaii 35-24 on Saturday.
COVID: Undefeated San Jose State's Game Against Boise State Cancelled Amid COVID ConcernsThe highly anticipated nationally televised showed between the San Jose State Spartans and Boise State was cancelled hours before Saturday's kick-off because of COVID concerns within the Broncos program.
Starkel Throws For 467 Yards, 5 TDs; San Jose State Beats New MexicoNick Starkel threw for 467 yards and a career-high five touchdowns to help San Jose State beat New Mexico 38-21 on Saturday night and open the season with back-to-back wins for the first time 33 years.
1 Dead, 3 Injured In Stabbing, Violent Confrontation Inside San Jose 7-Eleven Store A confrontation inside a 7-Eleven located near the San Jose State campus escalated early Wednesday into a stabbing that left one person dead and three others being treated for wounds at a local hospital.
Coronavirus Update: Cal, Stanford, USF Spring Athletes Awarded Extra Year Of Eligibility By NCAASpring athletes at San Francisco Bay Area colleges and universities have been awarded an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA after their seasons were wiped out by the current coronavirus outbreak.
Bay Area College Football Coaches Collaborate On COVID-19 PSASpring is in the air, but that doesn't mean the local college football teams are anywhere near the field. Instead of guiding their respective teams through spring practice; Stanford coach David Shaw, Cal coach Justin Wilcox and San Jose State's Brent Brennan teamed up on a COVID-19 public service announcement.
All Bay Area Cal State University Campuses Begin Online-Only Classes On MondayIn an effort to minimize in-person gatherings in light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, California State University campuses in the Bay Area will switch to online-only classes starting Monday.
South Bay Voters Cast Early Primary Ballots At New Voting CentersCalifornia Primary day is March 3, but voters in Santa Clara County are already casting their ballots at new polling places that just opened. It's part of a new system of voting called Voter's Choice.
Officials Unveil Plan To Create Affordable Housing For San Jose State StudentsSan Jose State University and the State of California have reached a landmark agreement that will turn an old state building near campus into affordable housing for students, staff and faculty.
San Jose State Library Shooting Suspect Charged With Attempted MurderA 21-year-old man arrested for allegedly shooting out windows at San Jose State's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library has been charged with attempted murder and other counts, authorities said.
Meskell's Field Goal Ends 5 OT Thriller, Hawaii Beats SJSU 44-41Ryan Meskell kicked a 35-yard field goal in the fifth overtime, making his last two kicks after missing a pair, lifting Hawaii past San Jose State 44-41.