San Jose will consider revising the social responsibility clause in its investment policy for the first time since the Great Recession.
Faced with a science-averse president-elect, local communities have no choice but to fend for themselves in the fight against climate change.
A battle is brewing between a local Native American tribe and a developer who wants to build a gravel mine just south of Gilroy.
Mayor Sam Liccardo says the protest against the 1,200-mile Dakota Access pipeline highlights widespread concerns about climate change.
San Jose’s police overtime costs have tripled in the past seven years to $36 million as staffing vacancies reached all-time highs.