A new audit coming before the City Council on Tuesday recommends slashing car impound fees and subsidizing rates for low-income drivers.
Local leaders found a place to relocate Hope Village, an un-permitted homeless camp created by activists and advocates for the un-housed.
San Jose is trying to secure federal grants to replace its 58-year-old aircraft rescue and firefighting facility, which has fallen into disrepair.
San Jose will lose a bit of its soul when a 106-year-old business closes shop on The Alameda and moves operations to Santa Clara.
San Jose aims to become one of the first cities in the U.S. to curb greenhouse gas emissions to the levels set in the Paris accord.
After months of ongoing discussion, San Jose’s City Council has voted to remove the Christopher Columbus statue from City Hall.
San Jose may finally decide to remove a Christopher Columbus statue from City Hall, where it has been the target of repeated vandalism.
Flying is the worst. But this week, Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) is offering an $85 cheat code to avoid long security lines.
A petition that has gathered 500-plus signatures is asking city leaders to name a street after President Barack Obama.
A recent column in the Mercury News listed the best and worst local decisions in the last 50 years. Here’s a few more to add to the pile.