Gov. Jerry Brown would do well to renew his commitment to uphold the values of our state and communities.
People throughout the South Bay are honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in marches, church services, vigils and volunteer work.
Today, Americans observe what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s 88th birthday by using their time off as a day of service.
Five years after Gov. Jerry Brown signed the FAIR Education Act, California’s public schools are now rolling LGBTQ history into the coursework.
Speed City will rise again, but not before San Jose State raises $5 million to create a new track and field facility.
On Monday, a jury found three former San Jose State students guilty of battery—but not hate crimes—against another student.
San Jose’s daily newspaper seems to have no intention of giving its readers the raw truth about state Assembly candidate Darcie Green and her husband.
Nationwide on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, thousands of people will give back to their communities in honor of the civil rights leader.
Presidents Day means a day off for millions of school kids and some of their parents. All but a few government offices are closed. Patriotic and historical groups are staging re-enactments. Retailers are taking advantage of the holiday to lure in shoppers with sales.
In his inaugural speech after being sworn in for his second term today, Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen highlighted the reforms made since taking office in 2011.