Santa Clara County Officials Work With State to Clarify Reopening Rollback PolicyOn the day that gyms, hair-and-nail salons and churches were allowed to reopen, Santa Clara county officials said Monday that they will likely be ordered to shut down again in two days.
Firefighters Knock Down 5-Acre Grass Fire In San JoseFirefighters quickly contained a grass fire in San Jose on Monday afternoon.
Santa Clara County Opens Sectors Only To Announce Closures Again Following Newsom AnnouncementOn the same day Santa Clara County reopened sectors including salons, gyms and churches, the county was forced to announce they were closing again following the announcement by Governor Gavin Newsom rolling back reopenings across the state because of increasing cases of coronavirus.
Reopening: Santa Clara County Gyms Back Open Under Revised OrderNearly four months after being shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, gyms in Santa Clara County were open Monday under a revised health order.
Monterey Man Arrested After Allegedly Charging at Police Holding Air PistolA 23-year-old Monterey man, who charged at police with a suspected firearm that turned out to be an Airsoft gun, was fired at by officers before being taken into custody on Saturday night.
Reopening: Santa Clara Unified School District To Start Upcoming Academic Year At Home; Officials Cite Surge In New CasesStudents in Santa Clara School District will begin the new academic year next month at home with classes being conducted remotely, officials announced Saturday.
Firefighters Halt Progress of Alum Fire in Hills Above San Jose A wildfire ignited in the grasslands in the hills above San Jose Saturday, sending a large smoke plume skyward that was visible for miles and bringing crews from Santa Clara County and Cal Fire to battle the blaze.
Russian National Found Guilty Of Hacking Into LinkedIn, Drop Box Employee Databases Yevgeniy Nikulin has been convicted by a San Francisco federal jury of charges he hacked into LinkedIn, DropBox, and the social networking company formerly known as Formspring databases and stole employee ID information, federal prosecutors announced Friday.
South Bay Health Officer Warns Coronavirus Could Soon Spread Out of Control Across StateOne of Santa Clara county's top health leaders said Friday the state's approach to the pandemic isn't working and the virus is just weeks away from spreading out of control in California.
San Jose Teachers Tell School District They Will Not Return to Classrooms in AugustSan Jose teachers will not return to the classroom for in-person teaching in August, the school district announced Friday.
Montague Expressway Closed All Weekend While VTA Crews Hoist Pedestrian Bridge Into PlaceMontague Expressway near the Great Mall in Milpitas will be closed from Friday at 7 p.m. through Monday 5 a.m. to allow a VTA-construction team to hoist a pedestrian bridge into place.
Surge In COVID-19 Cases Strains Testing Capacity Across CaliforniaWorsening coronavirus cases in California and across the country have placed enormous strain on testing capacity and processing of lab results.
With Tech Campuses Deserted, South Bay Food Trucks Make House CallsFood trucks are finding ways to adapt to the pandemic and make it during difficult times, flipping their business model in a way that could be an example for other restaurants to survive.
Santa Clara County Health Recommends Businesses Submit Online Form To Resume Operations EarlyHealth officials in Santa Clara County are urging all businesses planning to resume operations under the new health order, including those already open, ti complete the new online social distancing protocol form before the Monday deadline.
Facebook Mulls Political-Advertising Blackout In Days Before 2020 ElectionFacebook is considering banning political advertising on its platform in the days leading up to the U.S. presidential election in November and the ban has been under consideration since last fall, according to a source familiar with the discussions.