The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread and now a South Bay nursing home has at least half a dozen residents and staff who have tested positive for the virus.
Sixteen people were forced out of their homes early Thursday morning, after a fire damaged several homes in a central San Jose neighborhood.
The videoconferencing platform Zoom, which has exploded in popularity in recent weeks, has come under scrutiny from law enforcement officials in New York.
Starting on Monday, commuters can expect to see limited service with fewer trips ending earlier in the evening. Some routes won't be running at all.
If measures were to relax a little, deaths could triple to 6,000. Without any social distancing the number could reach as high as 16,000.
On Wednesday, in Santa Clara County, there were 84 new cases of the novel coronavirus reported. It’s the largest number reported in a single day now that testing is readily available. There is also one new death bringing the death toll to 17.
A grocery store in the South Bay is temporarily closed after an employee died from complications with COVID-19.
The U.S. Postal Service says it needs to hire as many as 1,000 workers in the Bay Area as the economic effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic continue to ripple across the region.
The City of Santa Clara is one of eight cities in California that will be home to a federal medical station to treat patients that are not in critical need of care.
A Santa Clara County Main Jail inmate tested positive for the novel coronavirus and a San Jose police officer may have been exposed, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office.
In light of the growing number of COVID-19 cases in Santa Clara County and Gov. Gavin Newsom’s shelter-in-place order, San Jose city officials are providing clarity about which businesses can remain open. The San Jose Police department has begun outreach to city businesses through its Health Compliance Units. Four such units are working during the day and evening shifts. For officers Andrew Gomez and Jimmy Vela, who work in the department's Health Compliance Unit, an extra shift equals another day in the frontline battle against the coronavirus.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo joined San Jose Chief of Police Eddie Garcia Friday morning to discuss the importance of residents staying home, and how residents can report businesses that are not in compliance with the order.
CDC says young people are not immune to COVID-19.
San Jose police Chief Eddie Garcia and San Jose Police Officers Association President Paul Kelly are expected to hold a news conference Thursday afternoon to announce the start of self-quarantining for some officers in the department in light of the positive test.
Chief Eddie Garcia held the press conference during the early afternoon on Thursday, March 19, 2020.
How do you shelter-in-place without a home? Santa Clara County officials confirm the first known death of a homeless resident attributed to COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.
A fourth Transportation Security Administration officer at Mineta San Jose International Airport tested positive for the coronavirus, officials confirmed on Friday.
Six San Jose firefighters have tested positive for coronavirus, fire officials confirmed on Friday.
Four San Jose firefighters have tested positive for the new coronavirus, city officials confirmed on Thursday.
The Transportation Security Administration released information to San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo on Thursday about the three officers at Mineta San Jose International Airport who recently tested positive for the novel coronavirus.