Former SCC Supervisor Susie Wilson, a Trailblazer in Silicon Valley Politics, Dies at 90

Susanne Boothe Wilson, who dedicated her life to public service, died in her San Jose home after a months-long battle with cancer.

Landlord Accused of Erasing ‘Mural de la Raza’ Faced Similar Allegations Years Before

A landlord being sued for erasing an iconic San Jose mural settled a lawsuit years prior for removing another artist’s work.

Op-Ed: Google Bought Land in Downtown San Jose—Now What?

San Jose has arrived at a fork in the road: we can either tax tech to build homes and transit, or we can recommit to a broken status quo.

Silicon Valley’s ‘All the Way Home’ Campaign Has Housed 1,200-Plus Homeless Veterans

Santa Clara County’s multi-agency All the Way Home campaign has housed 1,237 homeless veterans since 2015, according to a new report.

San Jose Talks Climate Change, Surveillance, Litter and Pensions at Tuesday’s Council Meeting

Since launching its climate action plan, San Jose has created its own clean energy system and won a $2.5 million Bloomberg grant.

California AG Probes Catholic Clergy Sex Abuse, Cover-Ups

For the first time ever, California prosecutors are conducting a multi-jurisdictional probe into clergy abuse cover-ups in the Catholic church.