Donald Trump scored a victory in the presidential election, and people are rightfully scared. San Jose’s mayor tried to assuage some of these fears.
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Santa Clara County will see 32 local initiatives on the Nov. 8 ballot. Here's a breakdown of those measures by county, city and district.
The City Council on Tuesday will discuss a month-long amnesty and other ways to recover some of the $6.8 million in library fees.
When Super Bowl 50 packed up and left, the conversation centered not so much on the game but on how the Bay Area handled the cavalcade.
San Jose faces nearly 300 open audit recommendations that could save the city millions of dollars if resolved.
Two San Jose City Council members have called for an unbiased review of a citywide tax measure that was filed last week and is angling for the 2016 ballot.
Instead of using all of its new funds to address pressing needs, the San Jose Library System decided to fingerprint all of its volunteers.
Earlier today, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo’s office posed the question: How did we do? We’ve decided to leave that question up to readers.
San Jose may open up community centers, libraries and other public buildings as cold weather shelters for thousands of homeless residents.
As housing costs soar and incomes remain relatively stagnant, San Jose aims to pass a new rent control ordinance by the start of 2016.
Norbert Dueñas has spent the past 30 years working for the city of San Jose, steadily moving up the ladder until becoming the city's top employee in December. On Tuesday, a decision was announced that he will remain in his role as city manager, minus the "interim" tag.
A developer's petition to rezone an industrial property for housing has elicited full-throated opposition from city officials worried about San Jose's jobs-to-housing imbalance.
A week after a federal appellate court rejected San Jose’s lawsuit challenging Major League Baseball’s exemption from antitrust laws, the City Council voted to appeal the case to the highest court.
San Jose will consider creating its own immigration office to support residents who may qualify for deportation relief under President Obama's newly expanded immigration policy.
Code for San Jose—a collective of civic-minded programmers—has set out to take mountains of inchoate public data and form meaningful projects.
San Jose Inside editor Josh Koehn sat down for a interview last week with San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed. In the first part of their conversation, the two discuss the city's controversial pension reforms, the depleted police ranks, the current mayor's race, San Jose's lawsuit with Major League Baseball and Reed's insistence that he's not a closet Republican.