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02/22/2024

Santa Clara Police Department officers arrived in the area of the Feb. 20 fatal shooting, and arrested the suspect as he walked on the sidewalk of White Oak Lane.

02/21/2024

The Registered Nurses Professional Association said 97% of its members – whose contract expired Oct. 29 – voted to authorize a strike if no agreement is reached on union demands for better working conditions, pay raises and improved benefits.

02/21/2024

One suspect in one of the three separate San Jose homicide incidents is in custody, the prime suspect in another killing died in a car accident while fleeing the scene and one or more suspects in a fatal shooting remained …

02/20/2024

Santa Clara police identified the man in the apartment where the boy’s body was found as Sergio Colin Gomez. They said he resisted arrest and after a brief struggle, was taken into custody at the scene of the homicide.

02/20/2024

Members of the California Faculty Association approved a two-year agreement that the union and administration hammered out after a strike last month that lasted one day.

02/20/2024

Over 45 terrifying minutes in March 2023, Eliobert Gonzalez repeatedly threatened to kill the San Jose family and cut off their heads if they didn’t help him get back into his old apartment.

02/18/2024

The Hollister Democrat unveiled the California Retail Theft Reduction Act, which he described as critical legislation to address a serious crime that’s hurting businesses and impacting communities.

02/18/2024

Learning loss during the pandemic hit California’s low-income students hardest. An agreement requires the state to focus spending on additional teaching.

02/17/2024

Dileep Kumar Reddy Kamujula was sentenced to six months behind bars and ordered to forfeit $130,369, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney's Office for Northern California.

02/16/2024

VTA said it anticipates a steady delivery rate of six buses per week starting this week, with a completely new fleet expected to be operational in the coming month as VTA decommissions most of its remaining diesel buses.

02/16/2024

The 250-bed Regional Medical Center, the only hospital in East San Jose, cited less demand as reasons for the cutbacks in services.

02/15/2024

One complaint alleges that a retired California Highway Patrol officer sexually harassed and sexually battered a female employee at a San Jose CHP facility.

02/15/2024

Two men have been charged with multiple felonies as “financial predators” for bilking unsuspecting investors of more than $2.3 million for phony business deals.

02/14/2024

Patrick Allen Bournes was among a violent mob that confronted law enforcement officers near the Lower West Terrace Tunnel of the U.S. Capitol in the Jan. 6 insurrection.

02/14/2024

On the eve of Valentine’s Day, the FBI warned that scammers take advantage of people looking for romantic partners on dating websites, apps, or social media by obtaining access to their financial or personal identifying information.

02/13/2024

A suite of five bills introduced this week seeks to protect election integrity from bad actors using AI, especially on social media.

02/13/2024

Victoriano Romero owns an automotive shop in San Jose where prosecutors say he received the stolen bicycles, took pictures of them, disassembled them, packaged them for delivery, and then had them transported to Mexico for sale.

02/11/2024

Valley Water Director Rebecca Eisenberg turns up the heat in battle with water district staff one week after its CEO accused her of stealing sensitive documents about her and asked police to investigate.

02/09/2024

Valley Water CEO Rick Callender said videos confirmed that Director Rebecca Eisenberg illegally took a report on allegations that she had discriminated against male Valley Water staff and insulted water district officials.

02/09/2024

Encampments continue to pop up in residential and commercial areas because people have nowhere else to go.  The status quo of our county isn’t working.

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