The rematch between Tam Nguyen and Maya Esparza could pave the path for how the city tackles its most pressing issues in coming years.
Councilman Don Rocha stunned allies and adversaries alike when he skipped a vote Tuesday on a proposal to study commercial impact fees.
A group of residents concerned about displacement and gentrification have formed a coalition to disrupt the Google-San Jose negotiations.
San Jose city officials will have to decide later this month whether to bolster protections for renters or weaken them to give landlords more power.
To ensure that everyone can enjoy the holiday, local charities will spend the rest of the week distributing turkeys to needy families.
Federal immigration agents arrested 21 people from Santa Clara County as part of a nationwide crackdown on so-called sanctuary cities.
Until San Jose’s “just cause” ordinance takes effect, the measure designed to protect renters puts them at greater risk of retaliation.
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.
Just six months since an affordable housing fee went into effect in San Jose, city officials are already talking about watering it down.
One in five California State University (CSU) students—57,000 of them—worry about hunger, according to a striking new report.