Largest Property Insurer In California - State Farm - Will Not Accept New Policies in the State
State Farm says it will stop selling home insurance in California, citing increasing wildfire risks and construction costs. The impact on California's insurance market and homeowners could be significant as other companies may follow suit.
Cupertino City Council Saga Persists as District Attorney Now Drops Investigation
The district attorney has dropped the investigation into the Cupertino City Council members over alleged misconduct and interference; however, the ongoing saga involving political tensions and staff concerns continues to plague the city.
Aliens Absolutely Walking Among Us, Claims Stanford Professor Garry Nolan
Stanford University professor Dr. Garry Nolan says '100%' likely that aliens are among us, as he speaks about the presence of extraterrestrial life on Earth, asserting that evidence suggests they have been here for a long time and may still be among us.
Disabled Student & 2 School Employees Injured in Violent Incident at Palo Alto Middle School, Investigation Launched
Following a violent incident at JLS Middle School in which two school employees were hospitalized, Palo Alto educators are calling for reinforced school policies and disciplinary measures to ensure staff and student safety.
Santa Clara, Other California Police Accused of Illegally Sharing License Plate Data with Anti-Abortion States, Prompting Civil Rights Outcry
Over 70 California law enforcement agencies have been warned by civil rights groups to stop illegally sharing sensitive license plate data with states that restrict abortion rights by a June deadline.
Councilman Becker's Alleged Lying, Corruption & Hypocrisy Overshadow Santa Clara Council Meeting
Accusations of corruption and dishonesty continue to plague Santa Clara Councilmember Anthony Becker, as recent developments add new dimensions to Santa Clara Councilmember Anthony Becker's indictment unraveling deepening political drama and potential consequences on the city's turbulent relationship with the 49ers.
Redwood City Teen Accidentally Shoots Self in Leg, Another 14-Year-Old Stabbed in Upper Back on the Same Night
One stabbed, another accidentally shoots himself in the leg in Redwood City. This shooting incident brings to light - once again - the escalating issue of gun-related incidents involving young people in America.
Arraignment Today for Florida Woman Facing Charges in Kim Kardashian Look-Alike's Death
A Florida woman is set to be arraigned for involuntary manslaughter and practicing medicine without a license, in connection with the death of a Kim Kardashian look-alike model after botched silicone injections.
Hundreds Receive Life-Changing Dental Care at Unprecedented Free Clinic in San Jose
In a display of compassion and dedication, dental professionals volunteered their time to treat over a thousand patients in need at a free dental clinic in San Jose, organized by the Santa Clara County Dental Foundation.
Santa Clara Councilman Allegedly Admits to Attempting to Frame Mayor for Leaking Confidential Report
New reports suggest Santa Clara Councilmember Anthony Becker, indicted for allegedly leaking a grand jury report on the city council's relationship with the 49ers, may have also tried to pin the blame on Mayor Lisa Gillmor and allegedly got married so his husband wasn't required to testify against him.
Levi's Stadium Likely Hosting Both Super Bowl 60 and World Cup in 2026
Levi's Stadium is all but set for a spectacular sports year in 2026, likely hosting the much-awaited Super Bowl 60 and confirmed for the World Cup. The Santa Clara stadium will be supported by expensive and impressive upgrades and enhancements.
Big Networking Firm Ciena Gets Prime San Jose Office Space Amid Struggling Commercial Market
Contrary to the declining commercial real estate landscape in the Bay Area, telecommunications giant Ciena Corp. has signed a lease in downtown San Jose's 50 West office tower, while other office spaces remain empty or struggle to sell.
Two Stories of Students Commuting by Plane from LA to Berkeley Emerge within a Week
It seems two different Cal student have elected to take extreme measures to attend classes while living in the Los Angeles area. Many question the logic. One called the idea, "quite possibly the stupidest thing I've read," another simply put it, "hella dumb," but both students have used the tactic to reach graduation.