Families who lost loved ones to drugged driving worry that the state’s inability to consistently enforce DUI laws will put other lives at risk.
To prevent potential displacement of hundreds of low-income residents, San Jose will consider ramping up protections for mobile home parks.
A year in review is rarely pretty, and 2015 was no exception. Here’s a brief list of the some of the biggest stories that made it a year to remember, and soon leave behind.
The late-night drinking, drugging and open-air gym sessions at Communications Hill may soon come to an end.
A proposed bill would give cities authority to regulate pedestrian right-of-ways, which would help San Jose enforce curfews and other rules at the Communications Hill staircases.
The City Council on Tuesday will discuss the plan, which would create a new department to help people who qualify for relief under President Obama’s executive action that shields 5 million immigrants from deportation and provides a path to legalization.
San Jose may start taxing people who rent their pads through Airbnb and other home-sharing services.
Skaters, stoners, drinkers, shutterbugs, cyclists, Crossfitters, loiterers and horny teenagers—these are the people who are driving Communications Hill residents nuts.
San Jose Police Chief Larry Esquivel has recommended the city dramatically raise fines for violating the new cannabis club regulations.
Unable to move to Milpitas without San Jose’s approval and with a lease set to expire in 2017, Bay 101 owners are trying to convince the city to approve development plans for a new facility.