City officials plan to formally oppose a federal policy that could hurt thousands of San Jose’s foreign-born residents.
Raul Peralez is urging his colleagues to pass a resolution affirming the city’s support for its unions in the wake of Janus v. AFSCME.
The race to replace termed out San Jose Councilman Don Rocha in District 9 has narrowed down to two very different choices for voters.
Yemeni-American activists called on Councilman Johnny Khamis to reconsider his support for Saudi investment in San Jose.
A San Jose council candidate has denounced a political action committee’s attacks on her opponent as “horrible” and “ridiculous.”
After years of planning and false starts, San Jose is finally poised to launch a “safe parking” initiative for people living out of their cars.
San Jose’s Fair Campaign and Political Practices Commission says the vice mayor should pay $6,000 for violating several campaign laws.
Voters on Election Day will have a field of contrasting experiences to choose from among the four contenders for SJUSD’s Area 2.
Come Election Day, San Jose voters will vote on four citywide measures. Here’s a look at what local voters will see on their Nov. 6 ballots.
San Jose, a city with a million residents and 4,000 people living on the streets, no longer has a 24-hour emergency homeless.