South Bay Officials Condemn White House Plan to Deport Vietnamese Immigrants

President Trump’s push to remove potentially thousands of Vietnamese nationals from the U.S. has shaken many local families.

Silicon Valley Schools Shut Down Due to Air Quality Concerns

This week’s unhealthy air quality from the deadly Camp Fire has prompted schools and most colleges in the South Bay to shut down.

Santa Clara County Shines Light on Human Trafficking Through Art Exhibits, Film Screenings

Santa Clara County will host a series of events through the rest of the month to raise awareness about human trafficking.

Facebook Scandal Renews Call for Stronger Privacy Protections

The Facebook data breach has policymakers debating about how to police what’s become the most powerful industry on the planet.

Campaign to Recall Judge in Stanford Sexual Assault Case Morphs into a Culture War

The #MeToo ethos fuels the effort to oust Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky from the bench in an unprecedented recall election.

Bitcoin Boosters Find New Disciples at South Bay Meetups

The Bitcoin bubble may be bursting, but local cryptocurrency klatches still draw hundreds of curious attendees.

‘Civility Roundtable’ Forum to Explore Limits of Free Speech

The city of Mountain View will host a forum on Wednesday to discuss the limits on our right to free expression.

More Silicon Valley Employers Threatening Workers with Deportation, Records Show

Immigration-related workplace retaliation claims have seen a dramatic increase in Santa Clara County and the rest of the state.

County Supervisors Consider Setting Aside Another $405,000 to Help Defend Child Refugees

Santa Clara County may set aside additional funds to help child refugees as they petition the federal government for legal residency.