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.

California AG Probes Catholic Clergy Sex Abuse, Cover-Ups

For the first time ever, California prosecutors are conducting a multi-jurisdictional probe into clergy abuse cover-ups in the Catholic church.

SJPD Watchdog Aaron Zisser Draws Criticism From Top Brass on Approach to Oversight

San Jose’s new cop watchdog, Aaron Zisser, has won praise from activists but criticism from police over his brand of oversight.

Police Auditor: More SJPD Officers Disciplined Despite Fewer Citizen Complaints

Though fewer people have been filing complaints against San Jose cops, a greater share of those cases resulted in officer discipline.

Silicon Valley Lashes Out Over Trump’s Immigration Lawsuit

South Bay officials are rebuking the U.S. Department of Justice for suing the state over laws that protect undocumented immigrants.

San Jose Police Grapple with Steep Rise in Rape Reports

SJPD has seen an increase in sexual assault reports. But they aren’t sure whether rapes are rising, or whether more victims are speaking up.

San Jose’s Police Watchdog to Leave for Chicago Oversight Job

San Jose’s police watchdog, Walter Katz, is on his way to Chicago after little more than a year on the job.

Supervisor Yeager Slams Trump on Transgender Bathroom Stance

Santa Clara County’s first openly gay elected official rebuked President Donald Trump for rescinding protections for transgender students.