Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill that will bring up to $7 million for flood control infrastructure in the South Bay.
California is still at risk of drought, despite the wet winter storms that pummeled San Jose and the rest of the Bay Area this past week.
In preparation for a series of storms, local agencies have stocked up on sandbags and are monitoring rivers and creeks for debris blockages.
Two community leaders in Alviso have been fighting over a six-figure lawsuit settlement, but one of them has a violent past that’s just come to light.
The water district took a combative tone from the start of Wednesday’s meeting to discuss how San Jose found itself underwater.
An investigation into the Santa Clara Valley Water District has identified conflicts of interest between the public agency and consultant RMC Water and Environment, as well as allegations of fraudulent billing.
California may be on the precipice of an end-of-days drought, but our local water watchers’ money faucet remains tapped like the last call of happy hour.