The Anderson Dam earthquake-proofing project will take at least two years longer and cost much more than initially planned.
Host Corps is the first program in the nation recruit and residents willing to provide temporary housing ahead of a disaster.
Omar Torres has dropped his challenge to Tony Estremera for the District 6 Santa Clara Valley Water District seat.
San Jose’s City Council will vote this week on whether to include rebuttal arguments on the ballot for the Evergreen homes initiative.
In preparation for a series of storms, local agencies have stocked up on sandbags and are monitoring rivers and creeks for debris blockages.
Victims of last year’s Coyote Creek flood held a second news conference last week to talk about why they’re suing local agencies.
Now that San Jose has settled on a price for several properties Google wants to buy, it’s up to the City Council to approve the agreement.
Sam Liccardo touted the city’s collaborative ethos and acknowledged its struggle to address housing affordability in his annual address.
Some 150 victims of the 2017 Coyote Creek flood are suing San Jose, Santa Clara County and the Santa Clara Valley Water District.
Santa Clara County, which plays a key role in regional disaster response, is mulling the idea of using AI to brace for future emergencies.