San Jose is suing Major league Baseball over the proposed Oakland A's move to San Jose.
In the lawsuit filed in federal court today, San Jose is accusing Major League Baseball of dragging its feet on an owner's vote for the A's proposed move to San Jose.
The city's suit says the league has controlled locations of teams under the "guise" of an exemption to federal anti-trust law, and it is that exemption that the suit is disputing.
The San Francisco Giants have objected to an A's-to-San Jose move, on the grounds they relied on territorial rights to the San Jose area when they built AT&T park.
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig appointed a blue-ribbon commission to study the matter over four years ago.
Yahoo has divulged details of security requests it receives from U.S. law enforcement agencies.
The Sunnyvale-based company says it received between 12,000 and 13,000 requests for data in the last six months.
Yahoo said in a Tumblr post the most common of the requests it received concerned fraud, homicide, and other criminal investigations.
Others were made under the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Full Story
The Sunnyvale Department of Public safety is trying to determine the cause of a fatal morning house fire on the 200 block of Central Avenue.
Public Safety Captain Dave Pitts tells KLIV officers found a body in the kitchen while fighting the fire this morning at around 6 a.m.
The fire was under control by 7:20 a.m., and the cause of the fire is under investigation.
The identity of the victim has not been released yet.
A deal to give software company SAP the naming rights to the building that hosts the San Jose Sharks will be voted on by the City Council today.
The deal would see SAP pay the city and the team a little over eight million dollars for a five-year naming right.
The council also will discuss a potential 2 percent pay raise for the City Manager and City Attorney.
Mayor Chuck Reed told KLIV that the city is trying to eventually get this 2 percent raise to all city workers, and 2.5 percent increase to police officers.
The council takes up a number of budgetary items in today's meetings, including setting the sewage rates for the city for the next year. Full Story