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Jennifer Wadsworth is the former news editor for San Jose Inside and Metro Silicon Valley. Follow her on Twitter at @jennwadsworth.
San Jose stumbles forward with new regulations while California, which once led the way in allowing medical marijuana, lags behind other states in legalizing its recreational use.
The open-air market is Silicon Valley’s unheralded business incubator, but will it be pushed out by the city’s development plans?
Prosecutors say Alena Jenkins physically attacked two fast-food employees while calling them “stupid” and “f*cking Mexicans.”
Kaiser and the county have played the blame game for months, each accusing the other of mishandling Covid testing and inoculation.
Father Kevin O’Brien is on paid leave for the duration of the inquiry, according to the Jesuit university’s board chair.
Johan Strydom’s arraignment is set for 1:30pm today in Department 24 of the Santa Clara County Hall of Justice.
The university’s denial of homework accommodations for Antonio Milane has launched a larger conversation about disability rights.
Even as gender equality in most traditionally male sectors has improved, women in Santa Clara County continue to be shut out of firefighting.
Mixed messages, shortages and inequities have plagued California’s vaccine rollout, leaving small healthcare providers out of the loop.
To date, no one on the San Jose City Council or Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors have been inoculated against the virus.
Without air-refilling stations in San Jose’s highrises, firefighters say they’d have to lug metal oxygen tanks up flight after flight of stairs.
The decision comes after a public forum on the statue’s fate in which community members criticized it as a glorification of colonialism.
Prosecutors say Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Deputy Sukhdeep Gill staged a “shocking ambush” to make it seem like he was shot.
The county acknowledged as much in response to a story on how the beauty industry was hard-hit by public health messaging.
Congressman Ro Khanna is now calling for an investigation into retail trading apps, including Robinhood and TD Ameritrade.