March 30, 2015--WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court has denied an appeal from former Morgan Hill high school students who were ordered to turn their American flag T-shirts inside out during a celebration of the Cinco de Mayo holiday at school. The justices did not comment Monday in leaving in place an appellate ruling that Live Oak High School officials acted appropriately because their concerns about racial violence outweighed students' freedom of expression rights. Administrators feared the American-flag shirts would enflame the passions of Latino students celebrating the Mexican holiday. The onetime students at Live Oak High School argued that school officials gave a "heckler's veto" to the objecting students. Full Story
KLIV has something both old and new for Night Owls. Overnight Oldies, every night starting at midnight. A lot of people tell us they grew up listing to KLIV back when we were the South Bay’s leading Top 40 station. Like them, we’ve since grown up. KLIV is now Silicon Valley’s News Station. But we haven’t forgotten our musical heritage. (We also enjoy hearing those old tunes!) So here’s what we’re doing: Every night at midnight we bring back the “Old KLIV” with Overnight Oldies, top hits from the 50’s and 70’s. Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Jefferson Airplane, The 4 Seasons…if it was a hit we’re playing it. Of course we also have frequent news and traffic updates. If you’re up late, up early, or if you work nights, check us out. Overnight Oldies air Monday-Friday from Midnight to 5 a.m., and on weekends it’s Midnight to 6 a.m..
March 30, 2015--In the wake of the shooting death of San Jose Police Officer Michael Johnson, a major issue is coming to public light - the police department's computer system. According to officers who spoke to KLIV on Tuesday night, the computer system that is designed to help officers communicate better especially during times of crisis - fails during high use due to lack of bandwidth. That in turn, makes their job more difficult.Full Story
March 30, 2015--Nearly 77,000 fans packed Levi's Stadium for WrestleMania, putting the public transit agency VTA to the test of shuttling fans in and out of the area. VTA spokeswoman Bernice Alaniz says they responded to the crowds of passengers after the event by bringing in buses. One fan, identified as "Danny," from Glascow, Scotland, told KLIV that public transportation service was excellent.Full Story
March 30, 2015--Indiana's new law which critics say allows businesses to discriminate against Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgender people based on religious grounds has drawn opposition from Apple CEO Tim Cook. In a statement posted on Twitter, Cook said "Apple is open for everyone. We are deeply disappointed in Indiana's new law and calling on Arkansas' governor to veto similar legislation." Several other high-tech leaders have also come out including Salesforce.com Chief Executive Marc Benioff. He told Re/code he canceled all company events in the state and would do a “slow rolling of economic sanctions.”Full Story