Among the Bay Area’s largest school districts, Oakland and Fremont Unified have decided only distance learning will resume in the fall. San Francisco and San Jose Unified are considering the same. Many parents are frustrated trying to figure out how to make it work.
San Jose police investigators said from Thursday to Sunday, 60 cars were broken into at various locations around the city.
The Winchester Mystery House is reopening its doors Monday after getting the green-light for self-guided tours.
Decades after the first complaint, Presentation High School officials admitted Thursday their premier San Jose educational institution failed some of its students.
He went from Ironman to miracle man. San Jose resident Tom Butts was released from Kaiser Permanente San Jose Friday after suriviving a very bad case of COVID-19. Doctors are crediting his physical and mental strength for helping him pull through.
Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department are investigating what appears to be the discovery of human remains, officials said on Thursday.
KTVU has learned that a South Bay educator has been fired, after an alleged confrontation with a young child and his family at a yogurt shop.
South Bay teacher accused of coughing on child gets fired
Ann Rubin reports.
One San Jose family doesn’t want people to take the governor's warning lightly after losing two family members to COVID-19.
A South Bay school district is mourning the death of a beloved teacher.
New research out Monday suggests roughly 40 percent of Americans are working from home full-time due to the pandemic and hardly any at-home workers have returned to their normal workplace.
Judge Edward J. Davila found that Hao Zhang intended to steal the trade secrets for the benefit of the People's Republic of China.
The mayor said he expects that any officer expressing racist, anti-Muslim, or menacing comments will be fired.
The department is investigating reports of racist Facebook posts made by the officers.
Group of current and retired San Jose Police officers accused of racist online posts
More than 225 faculty, staff and students have signed-on to a form to defund that university’s police department, immediately.
Petitioners say there are better ways to work with the community.
While this on-line world features games testing skills, it’s also susceptible to real world issues. Some players and even league founders say abusive language is part-and-parcel with the competitive nature of sports.
The suspect in the infamous San Jose coughing on a baby incident has retained an attorney as a petition is now circulating to have her fired from a school district.