In which we look back on all the strange, infuriating and preposterous things that went down in 2018 and say, “Sayonara!”
California’s top Democratic Party official stepped down amid mounting political pressure over claims of sexual assault and harassment.
San Jose Inside won two awards in the regional Society of Professional Journalists 2018 Excellence in Journalism contest.
Santa Clara has called off its long-running candidate forums in one of the most consequential election years in the city’s history.
The DA says it won’t file criminal charges against Santa Clara Councilman Dominic Caserta, who resigned amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
A poll testing negative messaging gives us a hint at the kinds of hits voters will see in campaign mailers later this election season.
A judge’s order to split Santa Clara into six election districts could undermine Mayor Lisa Gillmor’s majority bloc on the City Council.
A judge is hearing proposals for how to carve Santa Clara into as many as seven election districts to ensure fair representation for minorities.
SCUSD took nearly two months to respond to a request for sexual harassment complaints by informing us that no such records exist.
Officials say there are 15 police reports filed against Dominic Caserta, resigned from the Santa Clara City Council amid harassment claims.