San Jose airport completes new fencing to keep trespassers out

Two years after a teenager hopped the airport's perimeter fence and sneaked into the wheel well of a Hawaii-bound jet, Mineta San Jose International finished installing higher fencing topped with barbed wire and could soon install more security cameras.

Hillary Clinton returning to Bay Area for concert fundraiser

Hillary Clinton will return to the Bay Area Monday for a concert fundraiser headlined by k.d. lang and Lizz Wright in San Francisco. Ticket prices range from $250 to $50,000.

San Jose: Tropicana plan ignites dispute about traffic, crowding at already busy corner

An east San Jose shopping center with a controversial past is at the center of a new dispute between a powerful landowner and business tenants who fear his expansion plans will aggravate traffic, parking and crime in one of the city's most crowded corn...

Venture capitalists’ bottom line under attack from both parties

Promises by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to close the carried interest tax 'loophole' prompt an outcry from Silicon Valley VCs.

Hillary Clinton gets a new campaign plane

Hillary Clinton is traveling Monday aboard a new Boeing 737 campaign plane for the first time.Clinton was flying to Labor Day events in Ohio and Illinois in a blue-and-white campaign plane with her press corps.

Lobbying for California’s 2.3 million community college students with a $0 budget

The amateur lobbyists of the Student Senate for California Community Colleges saw big success in this year's legislative session, with five of the seven bills the students championed on their way to the governor's desk or awaiting his signature. Their ...

Lobbying for California’s 2.3 million community college students with a $0 budget

The amateur lobbyists of the Student Senate for California Community Colleges saw big success in this year's legislative session, with five of the seven bills the students championed on their way to the governor's desk or awaiting his signature. Their ...

California: Protecting seniors from surprise hospital bills

Californians with Medicare coverage would no longer be surprised by huge medical bills stemming from hospital 'observation care' under legislation that state lawmakers recently approved overwhelmingly and sent to Gov. Jerry Brown to sign into law.

Internal Affairs: Did K12 lobby controller over audit?

K12 Inc. wasn't pleased when it learned in June that California's top education official had enlisted the state's highest-ranking accountant to conduct a sweeping audit of its profitable but low-performing network of online schools.

California’s Healthy Kids programs fade as undocumented children gain access to Medi-Cal

The now-redundant subsidized insurance programs have served tens of thousands of children over 15 years.