Wednesday 11/89:49 am
By Peter Fournier
The San Jose City Council approved a concept idea for an ordinance that would require owners of downtown properties vacant for more than 30 days to register for a Vacant Store Registry Program.
Saturday 11/43:50 pm
By Janis Mara
A bobcat that nearly died when hit by a car in August has recovered and was released back into the wild Wednesday, a spokeswoman for a Walnut Creek wildlife center said.
Friday 8/117:42 am
By Dennis Culver
San Jose city officials announced on Thursday the city will be dismissing all 45 citations that were issued for illegal use of fireworks that were based on online complaints.
Tuesday 2/148:21 am
By Dan McMenamin
Some San Jose City Council members are joining tenants rights leaders for a “Have a Heart for San Jose’s Renters” Valentine’s Day rally Tuesday.
The event is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. at City Hall Plaza, 200 E. Santa Clara St.,…
Thursday 1/265:33 am
By Allison Levitsky
Immigrant rights activists joined Rep. Zoe Lofgren and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo Wednesday afternoon to denounce President Donald Trump's pair of executive orders to construct a border wall with Mexico and to deport undocumented immigrants.
Wednesday 1/257:56 pm
By Keith Burbank
A plea Wednesday in a case alleging a 28-year-old youth counselor had sex with two underage girls was delayed until early next month so the defense has time to review 17 new charges related to a second victim.
Thursday 1/1911:05 pm
By Julia Cheever
A federal appeals court ruled in San Francisco Thursday that two consumer lawsuits filed over Samsung smartphones can't be forced to go to arbitration and instead can proceed toward trials.
Thursday 1/193:11 am
By Julia Cheever
The U.S. Department of Labor announced Thursday that a subsidiary of Cintas Corp. has paid $1.3 million to compensate 81 fire sprinkler testers and installers for allegedly unpaid overtime.