The rematch between Tam Nguyen and Maya Esparza could pave the path for how the city tackles its most pressing issues in coming years.
San Jose’s Fair Campaign and Political Practices Commission says the vice mayor should pay $6,000 for violating several campaign laws.
Omar Torres has dropped his challenge to Tony Estremera for the District 6 Santa Clara Valley Water District seat.
Someone stole District 7 Councilman Tam Nguyen’s F-150 from outside an East San Jose community center.
A new petition is calling on Franklin-McKinley school trustee and accused felon John Lindner to resign.
John Lindner, a Franklin-McKinley School District trustee, has been charged with grand theft, perjury and violating state election law.
Assembylwoman Nora Campos awarded Voler Strategic Advisors the “Business of the Year.” It turns out the mysterious company employs her baby brother.
San Jose’s low-income families are in a rougher spot today than 30 years ago. We can flip this script by working together to strengthen public education.
As I write my penultimate column, I reflect on the most critical issues confronting our region’s future progress and economic vitality. There is little doubt that the quality of public education is number one.
Local leaders in transportation, education, housing and equity convened last week in Mountain View’s Computer History Museum for the 2015 Silicon Valley Regional Economic Forum.