Over 130,000 people from the San Francisco Bay and beyond converged on the 7.3-mile route last fall to catch one million Pokémon.
For years, media outlets desperately chased the clicks promised by Facebook; now the social media giant threatens to destroy them.
The Knight Foundation announced Wednesday that it awarded more than $1 million in grants to 11 organizations in San Jose.
After receiving a $150,000 grant from the Knight Cities Challenge, San Jose has hired a new city designer in Timothy Rood.
A garden inside the Santa Clara County Juvenile Hall has become a source of solace for teens locked in an otherwise regimented existence.
How can you help your city succeed? The Knight Cities Challenge is now open and calling on innovators of all types to answer this question.
The Knight Foundation awarded six-figure grants to a proposal to host a night market in downtown San Jose and cultural events in the East Side.
Of the 158 finalists named in the Knight Foundation’s Cities Challenge, which divvies up $5 million among winning ideas, eight are from San Jose.
What would make San Jose a better city? A good answer could win a slice of $5 million as part of the Knight Cities Challenge.
Kartma will employ formerly homeless people and equip them with not only the skills to brew gourmet coffee but to staff, stock, market and otherwise run a small business.