The Santa Clara Valley Water District is moving forward with plans to build a new Pacheco Pass reservoir in Santa Clara County.
California is still at risk of drought, despite the wet winter storms that pummeled San Jose and the rest of the Bay Area this past week.
In preparation for a series of storms, local agencies have stocked up on sandbags and are monitoring rivers and creeks for debris blockages.
Some 150 victims of the 2017 Coyote Creek flood are suing San Jose, Santa Clara County and the Santa Clara Valley Water District.
Since an historic flood in February, San Jose and the water district have spent the past nine months bolstering defenses against future disasters.
The Golden Spigot has lost yet another high-ranking executive—Chief Administrative Officer Susan Stanton—barely 10 months after her hire.
Two community leaders in Alviso have been fighting over a six-figure lawsuit settlement, but one of them has a violent past that’s just come to light.
Despite being one of the most expansive big cities in the nation, San Jose can’t figure out where to build tiny homes for the homeless.
A national search for a new Santa Clara Valley Water District chief netted an empty catch, so the agency will stick with a familiar face.
By inquiring about a subtle detail in her water bill, Rita Benton uncovered what may amount to a multimillion-dollar debt to the public.