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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill requiring government agencies to “develop a model” for wellness centers in transit agencies statewide.

Transit workers are one step closer to mental health support, part of a statewide effort to address workplace violence.

With a crowd of nearly 200 people expressing their support for a more peaceful and inclusive world, the American Muslim Voice Foundation capped off a National Day of Service and Remembrance with a Multifaith Peace Picnic at Palo Alto's King Plaza on Sunday evening.

Silicon Valley school districts and officials are pushing for new approaches to preventing gun violence, while experts question whether police on campuses add to school safety.

At the annual meeting of the League of California Cities, members were presented with a detailed report titled “Dealing With Disruptive Members of the Public.”

There’ll be lots of cool cars and aircraft on display at Hot San Jose Nights’ 14th annual Airport Day at Reid-Hillview Airport on Saturday. And you can bet that they’ll be cooler than the temperatures, expected to be at least in the 90s.

Thousands of people celebrated love and unity in the South Bay on Sunday. The Silicon Valley Pride Parade and Festival took center stage in San Jose, celebrating the LGBTQ+ community and its allies.

California lawmakers are ratcheting up calls for “urgent action” by the U.S. Justice Department to investigate potential water crimes as the state battles “dire” supply shortages and drought.