Holiday Event Honors Kids Who Lost Parents, Siblings, Loved Ones to Police Violence

Justice for Josiah hosted a toy drive and holiday party for children left fatherless or otherwise bereaved by police use of force.

Op-Ed: Pot Record Clearance is Critical for Our Communities

SJSU will host an educational forum on cannabis record clearance on Nov. 28 in the Student Union Theater.

Local Maker Emily Parker’s Journey From Civil Servant to Leather Goods Artisan

In true Silicon Valley fashion, Emily Parker launched her leather studio out of her garage before opening a storefront in Menlo Park.

Silicon Valley Schools Shut Down Due to Air Quality Concerns

This week’s unhealthy air quality from the deadly Camp Fire has prompted schools and most colleges in the South Bay to shut down.

SJSU Vigil Honors 11 Who Died in Tree of Life Synagogue Massacre

Dozens of Jewish students and their allies met at San Jose State Monday to mourn the dead, speak their names and condemn hatred.

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.

San Jose Revisits Discussion on Commercial Linkage Fees

A group of City Council members hope to revive a discussion about commercial linkage fees to fund new affordable housing.

Op-Ed: Don Rocha Deserves Your Vote for County Supervisor

An activist and housing rights advocate urges voters to elect Don Rocha as Santa Clara County supervisor.

Op-Ed: Only Young People, Not Google, Can Make Downtown San Jose a Vibrant Destination

The Google development will lead to a more vibrant San Jose. But we don’t have to wait seven years to shed the bedroom community moniker.