Monday Night Live! returns to San Jose Stage Company in its 24th installment next week.
San Jose police shot two men this week. The incidents accounted for the city’s third and fourth officer-involved shootings this year.
Groups supporting the rights of workers, immigrants and other marginalized people joined the May Day march in San Jose.
Walkouts, rallies, work closures and protests are underway for May Day, the international celebration of workers’ rights.
The grassroots network Migra Watch will launch a 24-hour hotline for legal observers to help families targeted by ICE.
Children in parts of San Jose’s East Side are exposed to dangerous lead levels at a rate higher than the national average, a new study found.
San Jose’s District 2 and the broader city face many of the same challenges my family faced years ago. We can only solve them by getting to work.
The VTA apologized for behind-schedule construction that has blighted Little Portugal and put scores of businesses at risk of going under.
The VTA will dump a contractor after permitting issues and a busted gas line put a major project behind schedule and over budget.
Five weeks after contractors hit a gas line, it’s unclear when work will resume on a bus route connecting East Side to downtown.