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Superior Court Judge Jac Crawford on Tuesday approved the transfer to Santa Clara County of one of two lawsuits over the Paso Robles groundwater basin.
Cody Hollinquest, 18, of Visalia was arrested April 17 in Visalia, and Willie Christopher, 24, of Tulare, was arrested in Tulare March 27, according to the San Jose Police Department.
A girl killed in a crash on state Highway 85 in Cupertino that injured three other people Monday has been identified as 8-year-old Megan Yang, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office.
In a legal case involving firefighter back pay and retiree benefits, City of Milpitas has claimed victory in a 2013 lawsuit filed by Milpitas' International Association of Firefighters Local 1699.
San Jose police were at the scene Tuesday morning of a suspected homicide after finding the body of a man about a quarter-mile east of state Highway 87, a police spokesman said.
Wiggsy Sivertsen spent her 47-year career at San Jose State counseling, cajoling and advocating for the rights of the campus's women, its LGBT community and just about everyone else.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday to find a replacement for the north county's cold-weather homeless shelter at the Sunnyvale Armory, now being demolished.
San Jose's mayor has his doubts about a proposal to have Santa Clara County deputies help patrol the streets of San Jose.
UCP CEO Dustin Bogue's company is building residential project Fairview at Eagle Ridge in Gilroy.
At about 8:50 a.m., Santa Clara County sheriff's deputies were dispatched to a residential burglary reported in the 15000 Block of Kittridge Road.
It's rare that an incumbent Santa Clara County Superior Court judge is challenged for re-election.
Area police reported Thursday that many locals are complaining about ATM withdrawals from Southern California that police believe are caused by "skimming" devices at Santa Cruz County gas stations, according to police.
Capitola >> The Capitola City Council is not required to remove or censure Councilman Ed Bottorff following his arrest on suspicion of engaging with a prostitute, according to a report released by the city attorney this week.
No human remains were found by arson investigators who searched the charred wreckage of a vacant former television studio used as a shelter by dozens of squatters, a San Jose fire captain said Friday.