Ann Rubin is a reporter based out of the KTVU South Bay bureau.
The Oakland Unified School District and the Oakland Education Association, which represents teachers, held negotiations late Friday night, hoping to beat a midnight deadline set by the union to avoid a strike vote.
Dozens of fans showed up Thursday to give the 49ers a proper send off as they traveled to Green Bay Wisconsin. They're set to take on the Packers in the divisional round playoff game Saturday.
A 71-year-old woman is facing charges of vehicular manslaughter and two counts of felony hit and run in San Jose. Authorities say she was fleeing the scene of one accident, when she caused another.
Homeless advocates in San Jose are outraged, following news that nearly half a dozen people died on the streets during this week's rainy, cold weather.
Santa Clara County has detected its first case of the Omicron variant. The infected person was vaccinated and began to feel ill November 30 after traveling out of state.
Small businesses in Santa Clara County will be soon be eligible for $20 million in pandemic relief grants. The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the proposal Tuesday.
They've spent more than 20 years helping and feeding the Redwood City community, now Verbo Church and Family Services needs some help of its own. The organization is being evicted from its building, and is desperately trying to find a new one close by.
Students at Santa Clara University held a demonstration on Thursday, pushing administrators for better mental health services on campus.
VTA says they simply can't get the parts they need for their light-rail trains. And that means fewer train cars in service.
Neighbors and friends of a Fremont film director were still shocked Friday by the tragic shooting on a New Mexico movie set that left the man injured.