Susanne Boothe Wilson, who dedicated her life to public service, died in her San Jose home after a months-long battle with cancer.
The South Bay’s largest, most influential Democratic Party faction went through a dramatic shakeup Monday.
South Bay trans advocates joined a nationwide campaign protesting a Trump administration proposal to narrow the definition of gender.
The two men competing to be the next governor of California met for their first (and, alas, probably only) one-on-one stand-off.
San Jose, a city with a million residents and 4,000 people living on the streets, no longer has a 24-hour emergency homeless.
More than 400 attendees—about half of them children—showed up for the inaugural drag queen story time at the MLK Library last weekend.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, but not for the reasons expected.
A group of residents concerned about displacement and gentrification have formed a coalition to disrupt the Google-San Jose negotiations.
Will quiet bias keep LGBTQ candidates out of office, or has shifting consciousness made the South Bay a safe place to run a gay campaign?
BAYMEC vice president talks about the group’s vision to foster a cohesive, unified and supportive LGBTQ community for the entire region.