Coronavirus Food Distribution: Map Unveiled To Connect Santa Clara County Families To MealsThe City of San Jose has launched a new online map compiling more than 400 locations where food is distributed to needy families in Santa Clara County enduring hardships during the coronavirus pandemic.
South Bay Leaders Address Misinformation About County's Coronavirus Eviction MoratoriumSanta Clara County and San Jose leaders on Thursday addressed misinformation surrounding the new countywide eviction moratorium.
'We Have Fallen Short' - Zoom CEO Apologizes For Privacy, Security Issues Amid Coronavirus SpikeThe founder and CEO of San Jose-based Zoom has apologized to the video conferencing app's millions of users after coming under fire for a host of privacy issues.
Silicon Valley Firm Fixes 500 Ventilators In Coronavirus Crisis After Engineer Figures Out HowIt was late when engineer Joe Tavi’s boss called with an odd question: Could their Silicon Valley company, which makes fuel cells, learn how to fix a ventilator?
One Injured As 2-Alarm RV Fire Spreads To San Jose HomesOne person was injured and two homes heavily damaged late Wednesday night when a 2-alarm fire erupted in a backyard RV and quickly spread to the houses, forcing 15 residents to flee to safety.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Jose City Council Passes Emergency Paid Sick Leave OrdinanceThe San Jose City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved an emergency paid sick leave ordinance, providing much needed relief for essential employees who are still working during the coronavirus pandemic.
Zoom Faces Scrutiny Over Privacy Amid Rising Use During Coronavirus PandemicThe spike in popularity is leading to a wave of scrutiny of the San Jose-based company, particularly around privacy.
Grocery Store Coronavirus Safety Measures Face Scrutiny After 3rd South Bay Worker Gets SickA third grocery store employee has tested positive for coronavirus in San Jose, marking the third such infection within 10 days in the city. The latest developments about the sickened workers underscores how widely the county’s guidance on cleaning is interpreted.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Santa Clara Coronavirus Outbreak Proving Particularly Deadly For Elderly MenIn the hardest hit San Francisco Bay Area county by the coronavirus -- Santa Clara -- 75 percentage of the 28 fatalities local from the virus have been among elderly men -- a staggering number.
Teachers, Students Embrace Technological Challenges As Coronavirus Sheltering Shifts Learning OnlineTeachers in a South San Jose school district have developed some creative strategies to bridge the technological divide as they scramble to shift from classroom to online learning.
Man Carrying Pellet Gun Near SJ Homeless Encampment Sets Off County Building LockdownSeveral Santa Clara County buildings in San Jose were put on lockdown Monday morning after reports of a firearm nearby turned out to be just a pellet gun, the county sheriff's office said.
KPIX 5 Better Together Section -- We'll Get Through This TogetherThese are trying times for all of us as we shelter-in-place to weather the current coronavirus outbreak. Here are uplifting stories of the extraordinary acts of kindness of your neighbor. Section includes stories, video reports, survival tips, messages from the KPIX 5 news team and a form to help you find the services you need.
San Jose Church's Live Webcast During Coronavirus Shelter Reaches Followers Across The GlobeWith only a skeleton staff and bare-bones set-up, a San Jose church has found an unexpected international audience during the coronavirus outbreak, live-streaming its daily mass on Facebook and Instagram.
Coronavirus Update: VTA Santa Clara Valley Service Grinds To Halt After Trainee Tests PositiveAll Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail train service was halted indefinitely early Thursday after a light rail operator trainee tested posted for the coronavirus, officials said.
Coronavirus Update: Caltrain Reduces Weekday Service, Baby Bullet SuspendedCaltrain announced Thursday that it will reduce its weekday train service by more than half starting next week amid sharp ridership losses due to the novel coronavirus.