The Mercury News lost a slew of longtime journalists in 2017, and the year ended with word of yet another notable departure.
The dream could soon be a nightmare for 800,000 undocumented immigrants who were brought to this country as children.
Federal transportation authorities announced Monday that Caltrain will get the $647 million it needs to electrify the commuter line.
The best way to bridge the gap between the promise of tomorrow’s innovation and today’s commuter crunch is to vote “yes” on Measure B.
Silicon Valley voters are in favor of electing Hillary Clinton by a landslide, according to a new poll.
Jokes in the 23rd installment of San Jose’s annual political sketch-fest, Monday Night Live!, aimed squarely below the belt.
The Silicon Valley Leadership Group CEO and his lobbyist wife used their combined political power to help clients in the taxi-TNC fight.
Taking a cue from PBS’ “America: After Ferguson,” county leaders are inviting the public to dial into a telephone town hall Sunday to talk about race, law enforcement and community trust.
San Jose Mayor-elect Sam Liccardo announced that an eight-person transition team will help him “identify key initiatives to focus on” during his first term. It appears Carl Guardino, his close friend and CEO of Silicon Valley Leadership Group, will have the loudest voice in the room.
Here comes the clutter of political advertisements. The public’s least favorite time of year, when mailboxes are full of negative mailers and television ads assault the senses. First rule to remember: there is nothing that can’t be said in politics, no matter how outrageous the claim.