Man in Custody for Violating Court Order Falls to His Death After Breaking Window at Santa Clara Hospital [UPDATED]
At O'Connor Hospital in Santa Clara, a man who had been in custody allegedly broke a window and fell to his death, sparking security concerns, inquiries into the incident and appeals for reforms.
BART Takes Anime Route to Attract Youth Ridership Just in Time for FanimeCon in San Jose
In an effort to increase youth ridership and public transportation use in the San Francisco Bay Area, BART has unveiled five anime mascots as part of a unique approach at FanimeCon. This unveiling is meant to create an engaging connection with younger audiences and promote the use of public transit.
Bay Area Shelters in Crisis: Unprecedented Surge in Pet Surrenders Leaves Facilities Struggling to Cope
Bay Area animal shelters are facing a crisis as they struggle to cope with an unprecedented influx of pets being surrendered; San José ACS urges community members to adopt or foster animals to alleviate the burden.
Discover the New Penthouse Lounge at the San Jose Sharks' SAP Center
The San Jose Sharks Penthouse Lounge is designed to provide an enjoyable, yet relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy private seating, unparalleled views of the arena and its events, along with a selection of high-end menu items paired with exquisite drinks.
San Jose Couple Busted for Illegal Botox Operation, Weeks After Tragic Kim Kardashian Lookalike Death
A San Jose couple is facing felony charges for running an underground botox operation, putting the Bay Area on high alert for unlicensed medical procedures, following the recent death of a Kim Kardashian lookalike after receiving unregulated buttock injections.
California Dodges Electricity Shortage, Thanks to Winter Storms and Renewable Energy
As California braces for the summer, the combination of winter storms filling reservoirs and the addition of new renewable energy sources put the state's power grid in a much better position compared to previous summers.
San Jose City Council Begins Process of Permanently Closing Down San Pedro Street to Cars, Aiming to Transform it Into a Pedestrian-Focused Promenade
San Jose looks to revitalize its downtown area with the ambitious transformation of San Pedro Street into a pedestrian-only pathway. The city council has unanimously approved the initial plans, paving the way for a new urban experience in the heart of San Jose.
MacKenzie Scott Shatters Donations Record at San Jose Non-Profit; Ex-Husband Jeff Spends Big on Diamond Ring, Engagement Voyage
Billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott makes history with a staggering $15M donation to San Jose based Fistula Foundation, propelling the organization's mission to end the suffering caused by obstetric fistula within a generation.
[VIDEO] Longtime Oakland A's Broadcaster Glen Kuiper Fired Over 'Unintentional' On-Air Racial Slur
Glen Kuiper, a veteran Oakland A's broadcaster, has been fired by NBC Sports California after uttering an allegedly unintentional racial slur on air. Kuiper has since apologized, but reactions were mixed.