For the first time ever, California prosecutors are conducting a multi-jurisdictional probe into clergy abuse cover-ups in the Catholic church.
With the vitriolic nature of racial discourse in America, it’s no wonder people avoid the topic. But we need more conversation on race—not less.
In this week’s Metro SV411 Podcast, we sit down with Dave Cortese, president of the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.
Shocking allegations about a recently deceased teacher prompted Bellarmine College Prep to cancel plans to name a theater after him.
Unequivocally, Tom Alessandri was one of those special educators America should hold in the highest esteem.
We reviewed approximately 400 emails sent and received by assistant police chief Eddie Garcia, who’s set to take over the department in January. Here’s what we learned.
As we turn the page on the election, Sam Liccardo and Dave Cortese each have an enormous responsibility to heal the wounds created by the race. Doing so could go a long way toward accomplishing city and county goals, such as eliminating the achievement gap in our schools.
John Vasconcellos, California’s longest continuously serving lawmaker who represented the Silicon Valley for 38 years until he termed out in 2004, died over the weekend.