Police Arrest Fourth Suspect In Fatal San Jose Downtown Stabbing A 34-year-old San Jose man has become the fourth suspect arrested in connection with a fatal stabbing of David Perez in downtown San Jose earlier this week.
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.
3 Suspects Arrested On Murder Charges In San Jose StabbingThree people were arrested on murder charges in the stabbing death of a man in downtown San Jose, according to authorities.
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.
San Jose Judge Says 2020 Census Must Continue for Another MonthA federal judge on Thursday stopped the 2020 census from finishing at month's end and suspended a year-end deadline for delivering the numbers needed to decide how many seats each state gets in Congress.
'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.
Bay Area Protests Held After No Officers Charged In Death Of Breonna Taylor; More Demonstrations ExpectedProtesters in the Bay Area Wednesday night joined demonstrators across the country after a grand jury in Kentucky did not charge police officers for the death of Breonna Taylor.
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.
Former eBay Workers Who Sent Spiders, Cockroaches To Couple to Plead GuiltyFour former eBay Inc. employees from the San Francisco Bay Area agreed to plead guilty to intimidating a Massachusetts couple by sending live spiders and cockroaches to their home, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
Injunction To Block Shortened Time Frame For Census Data Collection Goes Before Federal JudgeA federal judge in San Jose heard arguments Tuesday on a preliminary injunction that would block the U.S. Census Bureau from shortening the time frames for gathering and processing data for the 2020 census.