2 hrs ago
San Jose Mercury News
Cupertino secures balanced budget for 2013-14 fiscal year
Cupertino city staff is presenting a balanced budget to the community and its five-member council of $86,150,772 for the 2013-14 fiscal year.
6 hrs ago
Mountain View Voice
Unlikely barbecue joint
If Mountain View had a resident ribs master, it would be Harold Willis. And you won't find him -- or his ribs -- in a local restaurant, but in the parking lot of Lozano's Car Wash on El Camino Real.
Thu May 23, 2013
Inside Bay Area
Homeroom: Hayward schools roll out food program
A canvas-covered cart, loaded with bright yellow buckets filled with breakfast goodies, is rolled out to the playground during morning recess at four of the district's elementary schools, said Robin Gallagher, director of child nutrition.
Carwash also serves up bbq ribs
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Contra Costa Times
Health insurance: California's new marketplace picks 13 plans to offer coverage in 2014
California's new health insurance marketplace has selected 13 plans that will offer coverage in 2014 to as many as 5.3 million consumers.
South Bay school teacher arrested for lewd conduct
A San Jose teacher has been arrested for illegal sexual acts with a minor, the San Jose Police Department reports.
Burger, distractions led to $15 million in police car crash settlement
Santa Clara County, Calif., agreed to settle for $15 million a suit stemming from a car crash triggered by a police officer eating a hamburger while driving.
New leader for Nevada County Tea Party
New leader for Nevada County Tea Party Michael Walker, a private investigator, is the new leader of the Nevada County's Tea Party Patriots.
Wed May 22, 2013
San Francisco man arrested afterattempted burglary, foot chase in Milpitas
Terrell Jamar Rhodes, a 20-year-old San Francisco resident, was arrested in connection to a residential burglary in northeast Milpitas Monday afternoon, Milpitas Police Department reported.
Suspicious Man Flees From San Jose PG&E Substation Previously Vandalized
A suspicious man fled early Wednesday morning after he was spotted in a field near a PG&E transmission substation that was damaged by gunfire in a vandalism case last month , a Santa Clara County sheriff's spokesman said.
San Jose Weekly Paper Pressured To Remove Escort Service Ads
Santa Clara County prosecutor Chuck Gillingham is among those who said the newspaper is promoting the sexual exploitation of young boys and girls and the proliferation of prostitution in its classified ad section.
Elderly man killed in SJ crosswalk on Monday identified
An 81-year-old man who was killed while walking in a crosswalk in East San Jose on Monday night has been identified by the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office as David Stearns, of San Jose.
Palo Alto Weekly
Will -- or should -- adult schools remain 'the quiet corner' of local education?
Jay Thorwaldson's Blog , posted by Jay Thorwaldson, editor emeritus, 1 hour ago Jay Thorwaldson is a member of Palo Alto Online In about eight years, the Palo Alto Adult School will be observing its 100th anniversary -- a century of promoting the notion that learning can be for a lifetime.
Fire chief recovering from fall
After tumbling off a ladder at his San Jose home last week, Menlo Park Fire Protection District Chief Harold Schapelhouman is on the mend.
Margaret Lavin: Second Harvest helps to alleviate childhood hunger over the summer
For many kids, summertime means emancipation from the shackles of schoolwork, homework and early-to-bed, early-to-rise routines.
Tue May 21, 2013
Inside Bay Area
San Jose police: Pedestrian hit and killed Monday night was 62-year-old man
A 62-year-old man was hit and killed by a vehicle while crossing a street Monday night near James Lick High School in East San Jose, police said.
Mon May 20, 2013
Contra Costa Times
Tax break disappears as housing values rise
Tens of thousands of homeowners will see their property taxes go up significantly this year as rising home values restore some or all of their homes' lost equity, Santa Clara County Assessor Larry Stone said Monday.
Deadly day in San Jose, with four homicides
Just before 1:30 a-m this morning, police responded to a call of an injured man in the road at the 400 block of Blossom Hill Road.
Sun May 19, 2013
Inside Bay Area
Roadshow: Should DUI blood alcohol level be lowered to .05%?
Q Mothers Against Drunk Driving, or MADD, has been inundated with inquiries about lowering the legal blood alcohol limit for drunken driving from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent, which is the legal limit in much of Europe and which last week was proposed to become the legal limit in the U.S. From 1999 to 2010, 20,671 people in California were killed ... (more)