Transgender Activists, Allies in Silicon Valley Protest Trump Policy: ‘We Will Not be Erased’

South Bay trans advocates joined a nationwide campaign protesting a Trump administration proposal to narrow the definition of gender.

San Jose May Move Mayoral Races to Presidential Election Years to Boost Voter Turnout

Sam Liccardo would hold his seat for another two years if the city moves its mayoral races to coincide with presidential elections.

Should San Jose Limit Rent Hikes for Struggling Small Businesses?

A local community leader wants San Jose to explore ways to limit rent increases for struggling mom-and-pop businesses.

City Council to Discuss San Jose Water Company’s Overbilling

The investor-owned water company that serves about half of Santa Clara County owes a fortune to ratepayers. The only question is: how much?

San Jose Considers Impartial Review of Citywide Tax Measure

Two San Jose City Council members have called for an unbiased review of a citywide tax measure that was filed last week and is angling for the 2016 ballot.

Councilman Khamis’ Housing Proposal on Arrests, Evictions Called a ‘Police State’ Overreach

San Jose is considering an ordinance that would make it easier for landlords to evict tenants if they’re arrested but never charged with a crime.