This new practice at HomeFirst will ultimately raise the sense of personal safety and introduce hope as a common practice.
The county has offered to buy the local hospitals as part of a bankruptcy reorganization by the facilities’ parent company.
San Jose, a city with a million residents and 4,000 people living on the streets, no longer has a 24-hour emergency homeless.
Someone trolled supe candidate Don Rocha by buying a domain name similar to his campaign website’s and redirecting it to a gossip blog.
A Stanford-trained psychiatrist who lost his job at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center won a $1.5 million judgment last week.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren spoke with high school journalism students about her priorities and the power of young people to change the future.
The Registrar of Voters has started sending voter information guides and sample ballots for the Nov. 6 general election.
Don Morrissey, a twice-demoted deputy who recently resigned as union president, is set to give up his badge this weekend.
If Silicon Valley wants to keep arguing that its lack of diversity is due to a talent pipeline problem, it’s going to have to answer to Jacob Martinez.
Hope Village, a homeless camp that moved onto state land without permission, has been adopted as a pilot program by Santa Clara County.