San Jose Considers $2.9 Million Tax Break for Post Street Towers

A residential high-rise being proposed in downtown San Jose is vying for a few million bucks in city subsidies.

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.

‘We Can’t Be Quiet on This One’: Silicon Valley Women on Why They’re Marching against Trump

The day after Donald Trump is sworn in, Silicon Valley women will join an expected 200,000 protesters at the Women’s March on Washington D.C.

Why Silicon Valley Conservatives Have Fallen for Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s message resonates with a surprisingly diverse set of Bay Area residents, many of whom feel cheated out of the region’s prosperity.

San Jose Police Expect to Deploy Body Cameras This Summer

After years of consideration, San Jose will join other major police agencies by equipping officers with body cameras this summer.

San Jose’s Green Manhole Project Proves Art Is Dead

Marketing is for terrible people, and art is for people who don’t realize they’re terrible. Leave it to an $85,000 city-sponsored “art project” highlighting San Jose’s sewer system to synergize the two.