San Jose Water Customers Voice Frustrations over Billing Spikes

San Jose Water Co. customers voice frustration over inexplicable water bill spikes, some of which went up by 500 percent in one billing cycle.

Five San Jose Businesses Talk about How They’ve Handled the City’s Minimum Wage Increase

We reached out to five San Jose businesses with minimum-wage workers to see how they’re coping since the pay floor went to $12.

International College Students Return to the Valley with Trump, Immigration Fears Top of Mind

As the Trump administration calls for the deportation of nearly 800,000 DACA recipients, it’s no surprise that international students are questioning their own future in this country.

San Jose Receives $150K Knight Cities Grant to Fund New City Designer, Avoid RDA Pitfalls

After receiving a $150,000 grant from the Knight Cities Challenge, San Jose has hired a new city designer in Timothy Rood.

Intersection of LGBTQ, Immigrant Rights a Focus at Equality March

San Jose was the only Bay Area city to take part in Sunday’s national human rights protest known as the Equality March for Unity & Pride.

De Anza Students Claim Victory as VTA Limits Eco Pass Price Hike

De Anza College students claimed victory Thursday night by curbing a proposal to hike the cost of commuting by 440 percent.