Mushroom Farm Accused of Dumping Toxins Into Creek

Monterey Mushrooms, Inc. faces $67-million lawsuit, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.

Records Show 30 Claims of Sexual Misconduct Filed Against Santa Clara County DA Staffers

Fly unearthed a heavily redacted log of sexual misconduct claims against employees of the Santa Clara County DA’s Office.

Susan Ellenberg Leads in Santa Clara County Supervisor Race

Garbage haulers, cemetery operators and public safety unions spent heavily to hit Susan Ellenberg with attack mailers, to little effect.

Ex-Deputy’ Union President Don Morrissey Resigns From Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office

Don Morrissey, a twice-demoted deputy who recently resigned as union president, is set to give up his badge this weekend.

June Primary 2018: Elections to Watch in Santa Clara County

California’s long-awaited primary comes Tuesday, which means it’s down to the wire for a number of hotly contested South Bay races.

Campaign to Recall Judge in Stanford Sexual Assault Case Morphs into a Culture War

The #MeToo ethos fuels the effort to oust Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky from the bench in an unprecedented recall election.

Campaign to Recall Judge Aaron Persky Heads to June Ballot

Proponents of the recall submitted nearly 95,000 signatures—well above the 58,634 valid names needed to land on the ballot.

Public Defenders’ Podcast Prods New Dialogue on Criminal Justice

Two county public defenders recently launched the “Aider & Abettor” podcast to help change the criminal justice narrative.

Sierra LaMar Killer Sentenced to Life in Prison without Parole

Parents of Sierra LaMar, who was murdered by Antolin Garcia Torres, found little comfort in the life sentence he received.