Facebook allowing users to select their own gender identities

February 26, 2015--MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) -- Facebook users who don't fit any of the 58 gender identity options offered by the social media giant are now being given a rather big 59th option: fill in the blank.  Full Story

Parents of Audrie Pott want her abusers expelled from school

February 26, 2015--The parents of Saratoga teen Audrie Pott want to see her abusers kicked out of school.  Full Story 

Bikes banned from sidewalks in downtown San Jose's core

February 26, 2015--Bikes are now barred from sidewalks in what is considered downtown San Jose's "core."  Full Story

Trial date for Antolin Garcia-Torres postponed again

February 26, 2015--A trial for the man accused of killing Morgan Hill teen Sierra LaMar has been postponed once again.  Full Story

Homeless housing task force launched in Santa Clara County

February 25, 2015--A new task force focused on finding housing for as much of the local homeless population as possible has been formed by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.  Full Story

"Stingray" surveillance system approved by Santa Clara County supervisors

February 25, 2015--A program that will give the Santa Clara County Sheriff's office a new surveillance system commonly known as "Stingray" has been approved by the Board of Supervisors on a 4-1 vote.  Full Story 

Sunnyvale DPS investigating fire that left one person dead

February 25, 2015--The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety is trying to determine what caused a two-alarm house fire on Fisherhawk Drive early yesterday morning that left one person dead.  Full Story

Driver of car hit by Caltrain dies

February 24, 2015--The driver of a car that was hit on the Caltrain tracks in Menlo Park yesterday afternoon has died.  Full Story

Joe Bell to be remembered with tribute in 408K Race to the Row

February 24, 2015--San Jose World War II veteran Joe Bell will be honored during this year's 408K Race to the Row, as the man who became a viral sensation during last year's race is remembered.  Full Story

San Jose City Council to consider "Smart Pole" proposal from Philips

February 24, 2015--A proposal from company Philips to install 50 of its "Smart Poles" in San Jose goes before the city council today.  Full Story

Former county supervisor George Shirakawa Jr. pleads no contest to mail fraud

February 24, 2015--Former Santa Clara County supervisor George Shirakawa Junior has entered a no contest plea to a count of false personation in his political mail fraud trial.  Full Story

Netflix donates $2 million to Rocketship charter schools

February 23, 2015--Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is helping the Rocketship charter school system grow in the Bay Area.  Full Story

Facebook shuttle drivers could vote to unionize

February 23, 2015--Another group of shuttle bus drivers may vote to unionize this week.  Full Story 

Fremont woman with history of stalking hits police officer, gets into chase

February 23, 2015--A Fremont woman with a reported history of stalking is in trouble after a car chase with police in Sonoma County.  Full Story 

Falcons return to perch atop San Jose city hall

February 23, 2015--The falcons have returned to San Jose city hall.  Full Story

Cases in Santa Clara County where juveniles charged as adults under review

February 23, 2015--A group of youth advocates and public defenders are now reviewing all cases in Santa Clara County where a juvenile has been charged as an adult.  Full Story

Alleged drunk driver hits food vendors in San Jose, one later dies

February 28, 2015--A food vendor died yesterday after being hit by a car Saturday in San Jose that was driven by an alleged drunk driver.  Full Story

San Jose police arrest man who took cash box from Girl Scouts selling cookies

February 23, 2015--A San Jose man has been arrested by police after he allegedly tried to steal about $600 from a Girl Scout standing in front of a Safeway yesterday selling cookies.  Full Story

Overnight Oldies on KLIV!

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, 60's, and 70’s. Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Jefferson Airplane, The 4 Seasons…if it was a hit we’re playing it.