In the wake of statewide legalization, San Jose cannabis users and patients will soon be able to have pot delivered to their door.
One of two propositions on the November ballot could make plastic bags a thing of the past. The other appears to have less noble intentions.
Come Election Day, two death penalty initiatives are up on the ballot. Both aim to fix California’s execution system, but with opposite solutions.
At a City Hall Thursday, protesters called on San Jose’s elected officials to take a stand against local law enforcement killing people of color.
A human touch in the operating room will eventually become as rare as a hand-delivered message. But the increased use of surgical robots presents a complicated future we don’t yet fully understand.
Monday’s shooting of homicide suspect Richard Jacquez brought this year’s officer-involved shooting total to eight.
Local leaders applauded the same-sex marriage ruling Friday, while social media lit up with celebratory tweets, status updates and rainbow memes.
San Jose will join the growing list of cities in nearly 40 states that temporarily close their streets to car traffic in favor of pedestrians and cyclists.
Bay Area-based startup HandUp connects homeless people in need with donors who want to help.
The third U.S. Social Forum will be held today through Sunday in the Washington United Youth Center in San Jose.