Family Of Teen Left Alone To Die At Crash On Hwy 85 Seeks JusticeWhen the family of 15-year-old Crystal Alvarez remembers her, they think about how she lived. But two months after her mysterious death, they're also consumed by the unanswered questions about how she died.
UPDATE: Police Resolve Standoff With Armed Man At McDonald's Restaurant In South San JoseA man with a gun who police described as "despondent" was in a standoff with officers at a McDonald's restaurant in San Jose Friday before police reported shortly after the situation was resolved.
South Bay Flood Control Crews Work To Clear Debris From Guadalupe RiverCrews in the South Bay are working to clear trash from the Guadalupe River ahead of the rainy season, but the coronavirus pandemic is impacting efforts.
San Jose Playgrounds, Other Park Amenities ReopeningSan Jose plans to reopen many playgrounds and other park amenities on Friday after seven months of a COVID-19-initiated hiatus.
Santa Clara Supes Approve Title IX Review Of Schools, CollegesA review of how Santa Clara County K-12 schools and colleges are complying with Title IX rules and regulations is moving forward following a unanimous vote by the Board of Supervisors -- the first review of its kind in the nation.
San Jose Woman Creates Website, Network Linking PPE Donors To Frontline WorkersA San Jose woman has been closing a critical gap in the coronavirus pandemic - how to quickly get PPE from donors to recipients.
SJ Allows Some Downtown Restaurants To Serve Until Midnight After Complaints Over Police ClosuresAfter complaints over police officers closing late-night restaurants, San Jose has agreed to allow some downtown restaurants to serve customers on city streets until midnight.
New San Jose Jail Construction Project Halted; Mental Health Facility May Replace It InsteadConstruction for the new 535-bed Main Jail South project in downtown San Jose was suspended on Tuesday, and a mental health center may take its place instead, according to county supervisors.
Brush Fire Shuts Down Lanes On Interstate 880 In San JoseA brush fire has shut down lanes on Interstate 880 at Stevens Creek Boulevard, in San Jose.
Crews Battle Apartment Fire In San JoseFire crews were battling an apartment fire in San Jose on Boynton Avenue, near Kylie.
San Francisco Studio Rents Down 31% Year-Over-Year As Pandemic Slump ContinuesRents in parts of the Bay Area continued to see massive declines during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the cost of a studio in San Francisco down more than 30 percent compared a year ago.
Santa Clara County Supes Consider $100M COVID-19 Small Business Loan ProgramSanta Clara County Supervisors Susan Ellenberg and Joe Simitian are proposing a $100 million loan program that would provide low-interest loans to small businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19.
Bay Area Election Officials Grapple With Avalanche Of Mail-In Ballots Over 2 Weeks Before Election DayBy the end of this Friday, about 22 million Americans will have already voted, almost two million of those here in California.
San Jose Police Department Launches Mental Health Crisis Response TeamsThe San Jose Police Department is launching a new unit aimed at de-escalating situations involving people going through a mental health crisis.
Milpitas Murder Suspect Kevin Gitmed Found Dead At Merced County HotelA Gilroy man being sought in the murder of his ex-girlfriend in Milpitas was found dead inside a hotel room in Merced County, police said Thursday.