San Jose police end overnight standoff, free five children from home

November 19, 2014--An overnight standoff in San Jose ended this morning when San Jose's MERGE team stormed a house near Larch Grove Court and Hayes Avenue.  Full Story

San Jose water company could be hit with record setting $3 million fine

November 19, 2014--SAN MATEO, Calif. (AP) - State water regulators have proposed a record-setting $3 million penalty against a San Jose water company for a leak of chemically treated drinking water that killed dozens of fish.  Full Story

San Jose cop accused of rape also facing civil suit

November 19, 2014--An undocumented woman who says a San Jose police officer raped her while on duty last year has filed a civil suit.  Full Story 

Facebook bus drivers voting over whether to join Teamsters

November 19,2014--Facebook is waiting to find out if the bus drivers which help transport it's workforce will join the Teamsters.  Full Story  

Downtown Ice in San Jose open for another holiday season

November 18, 2014--Olympic gold medalist Kristi Yamaguchi helped officially open Downtown Ice in San Jose yesterday.  Full Story

New report says San Jose police force staffing will continue to fall

November 18, 2014--Amid dismay over the existing numbers of San Jose Police Officers, comes word that staffing levels may fall further.  Full Story

San Jose City Council to consider Housing Impact Fee

November 18,2014--San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed is opposed to a fee for developers to provide money for affordable housing, but Mayor-elect Sam Liccardo is in favor of the  housing impact fee being considered by the City Council today.  Full Story

ManresaBread set to open next month in Los Gatos

November 17, 2014--While Manresa in Los Gatos recovers from a fire that scorched the restaurant this summer, plans to give its baking operations a new home are moving forward.  Full Story

Century old Catholic church destroyed by fire in San Jose

November 17,2014--No one was injured in a four-alarm fire yesterday that destroyed the century-old Holy Cross Catholic Church in San Jose.  Full Story

Housing impact fee to be considered by San Jose city council

November 17, 2014--A "Housing Impact Fee" goes before the San Jose city council tomorrow.  Full Story

Review of Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters' Office to be considered

November 17, 2014--Following two weeks of controversy and an announcement that the San Jose mayor's race would not be recounted after all, a proposal to internally review the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters' Office goes before the Board of Supervisors tomorrow.  Full Story