In which we look back on all the strange, infuriating and preposterous things that went down in 2018 and say, “Sayonara!”
After years on the defensive, the Milpitas mayor is flexing his political muscles, threatening to make good on a threat to oust a political foe.
Rich Tran came under fire this week after the city of Milpitas released a report detailing claims of inappropriate conduct by the young mayor.
A Santa Clara County judge heard oral arguments from both sides on Monday and is expected to issue a ruling in the case within 90 days.
Thousands of students throughout the Bay Area walked out of their classes on Wednesday to take a stand against gun violence.
All but one of the candidates vying for county Supervisor Ken Yeager’s seat have surpassed the quarter-million dollar fundraising mark.
Sources say Milpitas elected officials are close to selecting the next city manager from a field of 30 applicants.
An ongoing rivalry between two local politicians came to a head earlier this week, prompting accusations of a physical attack.
The election provided an injection of youth to Milpitas’ elected offices, and the city has a chance to move beyond its entrenched establishment.
Political gamesmanship remains strong in the East Side Union High School District, which had an opening after Magdalena Carrasco vacated her seat with a San Jose City Council victory.