On the eve of his swearing-in to a second two-year term as Milpitas mayor, Rich Tran is now expanding the scope of his political ambition.
San Jose Inside published its annual Year in Review list last week. Now we give you our prognostications of what’s to come in 2017.
Urban ag advocates scored a victorywhen the San Jose City Council backed off a fee that would have left green dreams dying on the vine.
The owner of the El Paseo Court has asked city officials to designate the property a historic landmark so he can get a tax break to renovate it.
Sylvia Arenas finished 88 votes ahead of Jimmy Nguyen in San Jose’s D8 council race, one of six local contests that may require a recount.
A week out from Election Day, some Santa Clara County races remain too close to call, which has prevented a few obligatory concession calls.
San Jose plans to raise the minimum wage to $15, but city officials disagree about how quickly to phase it in and whether to allow exemptions.
A whirlwind election night set the stage for new beginnings as well as a few contested races that could linger into next week.
Mayor Sam Liccardo says the protest against the 1,200-mile Dakota Access pipeline highlights widespread concerns about climate change.
San Jose—home to the highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the United States—is woefully underprepared for emergencies.