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06/19/2024

Commissioners in New Mexico's biggest county, Bernalillo County, have named Cindy Chavez a finalist for their new county manager, with a decision expected this month.

06/18/2024

California officials cited failures to disclose productivity requirements in Riverside and San Bernadino counties, accusing Amazon of violating a state law that has regulated warehouse quotas since 2022. The company said it would appeal.

06/18/2024

The FTC says that for years, Adobe used fine print and inconspicuous hyperlinks to hide a hefty early termination fee to retain subscribers and boost profits.

06/18/2024

The Assembly approved a union-backed bill that would add new disclosure requirements for local government contractors, but the Senate last week removed the self-auditing requirements and the public naming of private-sector employees.

06/17/2024

At Stanford University and the University of Southern California, 14%t of students who were admitted in the fall of 2022 had legacy or donor connections, while 13% of 2022 admissions at Santa Clara University were children or grandchildren of alumni.

06/17/2024

A program that helps small businesses is just one of the proposed budget cuts on which California’s governor and the Legislature disagree.

06/17/2024

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest budget proposal cuts the Middle Class Scholarship to $100 million. The Legislature wants to provide more than $900 million for it.

06/16/2024

The fire was reported to the San Jose Police Department at 8:24am Saturday in dry vegetation just inside the San Jose city limits near Meadowlands Lane and Wild Meadow Way.

06/14/2024

California lawmakers want to exclude restaurants from a new law that aims to eliminate surprise costs for consumers.

06/14/2024

The grants come from the district attorney’s Asset Forfeiture Fund, which is money seized from gangs, drug traffickers and criminal organizations, with the goal of helping to repair some of the harm caused by those criminal enterprises.

06/14/2024

David Tai Leung, of Sacramento, part-owner of Tomi Sushi and Seafood Buffet in the Eastridge Mall in San Jose, admitted in federal court that he spent $3.36 million of Covid relief business loan money on personal expenses. He had previously …

06/13/2024

The Legislature passes a placeholder state budget, but must still negotiate with Gov. Newsom on the final deal. How the state spends taxpayer money is largely being decided out of public view.

06/13/2024

Aiming to store more water and protect the public, legislators are negotiating with the governor to restore $50 million to help repair 42 aging dams throughout the state, including six in Santa Clara County.

06/12/2024

Police identified the suspect as Alejandro Lopez Nunez, 38, of Santa Clara, a behavioral therapist with Trumpet Behavioral Health and also a part-time Instructional Aide at Forest Hill Elementary School at the time of the June 7 incident.

06/12/2024

On June 10, 2001, Maria Hsiao was celebrating her 21st birthday with family and friends when she was shot in the head while standing in a crowd outside the Q Cafe, a former pool hall on Alma Street that is …

06/10/2024

The preservation action fulfills a long-term vision to protect agriculture and build climate resiliency on the coast.

06/10/2024

Measure A will add a $79 tax per parcel on top of renewing an existing $49 tax to fund educational programs at Los Gatos High School and Saratoga High School.

06/05/2024

Cooling centers will be open at the Camden Community Center (3369 Union Ave.). Emma Prusch Farm Park (647 S. King Road) and Roosevelt Community Center (901 E. Santa Clara St.).

06/05/2024

The governor has been critical of local homelessness efforts and his newly revised 2024-25 budget not only pulls back an extra $260 million that local officials had counted on, but removes all of the homeless funding.

06/03/2024

Detectives determined that the female juvenile survivor was held against her will, threatened and forced to engage in commercial sex acts in exchange for money by a man identified as Jolaun Canton, 22, of San Jose.

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