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State Sen. Dave Cortese of the San Jose discusses mass shootings in California and the nation, and what can be done in terms of gun control measures. View the full story here. 

Registered nurses and health care workers in San Jose are demanding a hospital owner address staffing shortages and dangerous working conditions. View the full story here. 


Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta will address the crowd at the annual Memorial Day commemoration at Oak Hill cemetery in San Jose on May 30.

The 19th annual Sacramento Bus Trip for Education took off on Wednesday, when a group of nearly 250 students, teachers and public education advocates from Santa Clara County took a free trip to the state capitol.

Dressed in black áo dài dresses and Vietnamese heritage flag accessories, more than 200 people gathered at San Jose City Hall Saturday to commemorate the anniversary of the fall of Saigon.

STANFORD, Calif. (KGO) -- More than 4,000 nurses from Stanford health care are on strike in Palo Alto on Monday.

With a severe drought and the potential for early wildfires affecting Santa Clara County, Earth Day has protesters rallying to change the way people interact with the planet.

“Fight! Fight! Fight! Housing is a human right,” and “No more loans, give students homes,” shouted members of the Student Homeless Alliance as they marched across the San Jose State University campus on Wednesday. They stopped at places used by homeless students to shower or sleep, when something extraordinary happened.