San Jose Unified School District To Continue Distance Learning Through At Least DecemberThe San Jose Unified School District announced that distance learning will continue through at least the end of December 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Jose City Council Supports Restoring Voting Rights to ParoleesThe San Jose City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to endorse a measure slated for the November ballot that restores voting rights to formerly incarcerated individuals.
Frustrated Business Owners Want Santa Clara County To Follow State's 'Red Tier' Reopening GuidelinesA group of business owners and at least a half dozen chambers of commerce across Santa Clara County are coming together to urge county leaders to relax COVID-19 restrictions.
Mass Shooting Update: Family Says Young Father Killed In San Jose Shooting Had No Gang AffiliationA family member of one of the victims who died in a late-night mass shooting near San Jose State University on Wednesday told KPIX 5 that her brother-in-law who was killed had no gang affiliation.
San Jose Holds Virtual Groundbreaking for New Fire StationSan Jose city leaders held a virtual groundbreaking on Wednesday for the construction of the city's 34th fire station located in Willow Glen.
Police Reform: San Jose Council Considers Rubber Bullet Ban Proposed By MayorMembers of the San Jose City Council on Tuesday are discussing a proposal to ban the firing of rubber bullets during crowded protests.
1 Home Destroyed, 1 Damaged In 3-Alarm San Jose Residential FireSan Jose Fire officials on Tuesday afternoon confirmed that one home was destroyed and a second was damaged after a three-alarm residential fire on the 400 block of North 14th Street.
San Jose City Council to Discuss Amnesty for Parking TicketsThe San Jose City Council is looking into an amnesty program that could give parking scofflaws a reason to pay up.
San Jose Man Dies In Highway 101 Crash Between Car, Big-RigA 22-year-old man died in a collision between a vehicle and big-rig on U.S. Highway 101 in San Jose early Tuesday morning.
SJ Considers Creating $3 Million Fund To Clean Up Increasing Trash, Blight On City StreetsSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and several councilmembers on Monday announced a proposal for $3 million in extra funding to address an increase in trash and blight in the city's streets.
'A Mess Out There' - San Jose Looks At Spending $3 Million On Cleaning Illegal Dumpsites, BlightSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and three councilmembers will introduce a plan that will dedicate $1 million a month until the end of the year to clean illegal dumpsites and pick up trash from the streets.
Smoky Skies Roundup: 49ers Opener Still In Jeopardy; Bay Area Residents Seek Escape From Dangerous Haze; Stanford Doc Says Keep Kids IndoorsA plume of unhealthy, smoke-filled air sent skyward by dozens of wildfires burning across the West Coast has forced local residents to remain shuttered indoors this weekend. Here is a roundup of the latest smoke-related stories from and the KPIX 5 news team.
Smoky Skies: Bay Area Residents Look To Escape Dangers Of Wildfire SmokeThere are currently a total of 28 active fires in California helping to fill San Francisco Bay Area skies with unhealthy levels of smoke and forcing local residents to remain indoors.
San Jose Police Department Releases Footage of Officers Clashing with ProtestersThe San Jose police department released a cache of body-worn camera (BWC) footage from three different incidents during recent protests showing officers clashing with protesters.
Residents Rail Against Rowdy Gatherings Along East San Jose FoothillsSan Jose hillside neighbors say they are under siege from rowdy partiers who take over their streets at night.