Michelle Obama to Meet San Jose Students Before Book Tour Event

The former First Lady is in town today to promote her new autobiography, Becoming, at a sold-out SAP Center appearance.

Spouse of South Bay Schools Trustee Darcie Green Tells Cops She Tried to Run Him Over

SCCOE trustee Darcie Green’s romance with a convicted abuser ended on a regrettable, unsurprisingly violent note.

Omar Torres Withdraws Challenge to 22-Year Incumbent in Santa Clara Valley Water District Race

Omar Torres has dropped his challenge to Tony Estremera for the District 6 Santa Clara Valley Water District seat.

Op-Ed: San Jose Leaders Could Have Saved ‘Mural de La Raza’

Though it is unclear whether negligence or intentional disregard for the artist led to the mural being erased, it is a grave loss for us all.

Artist Plans to Sue Property Owner Who Painted Over Chicano Mural in San Jose’s East Side

Jose Mesa Velasquez, the artist whose East Side mural was painted over last week, says the property owner gave him no warning.

Decades-Old Chicano Mural Erased in San Jose’s East Side

Sometime before dawn Wednesday, a handyman painted over the oldest mural in San Jose, a three-decade-old panorama of Chicano culture.

Alum Rock Trustee Hit With Restraining Order for Verbally Attacking Superintendent

ARUSD Superintendent Hilaria Bauer filed a stay-away order against a trustee who threatened violence against her at an Aug. 9 meeting.

Photos of San Jose’s Naked Highway 101 Cyclist Go Viral, But His Identity Remains a Mystery

Photos of a nude cyclist cruising on Highway 101 in San Jose went viral on social media, but CHP never found the mystery rider.