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.

Ruling in Voting Rights Case Stands to Upend Political Landscape in Santa Clara

A judge’s order to split Santa Clara into six election districts could undermine Mayor Lisa Gillmor’s majority bloc on the City Council.

Judge to Decide on New Voting Districts for City of Santa Clara

A judge is hearing proposals for how to carve Santa Clara into as many as seven election districts to ensure fair representation for minorities. 

Rep. Anna Eshoo Travels to U.S.-Mexico Border to Witness Immigration Detention Firsthand

Rep. Eshoo said she was troubled by how ill-prepared federal agencies are to deal with the influx of immigrant families—especially children.

Two San Jose Council Members Leave Republican Party Over Trump’s Immigration Policy

President Donald Trump’s draconian family separation policy has prompted some South Bay leaders to cut ties with the Republican Party.