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Santa Clara Supervisors Approve $5M For COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program

Santa Clara Supervisors Approve $5M For COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to support the allocation of $5 million to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation in support of the [...] Read full article: Santa Clara Supervisors Approve $5M For ...→

Santa Clara Supervisors Approve $5M For COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program

Santa Clara Supervisors Approve $5M For COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to support the allocation of $5 million to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation in support of the [...] Read full article: Santa Clara Supervisors Approve $5M For ...→

Supervisors Approve County Housing Authority Budget - Times of San Diego

A $178 million budget for San Diego County's Housing Authority for the 2020-21 fiscal year was unanimously approved Wednesday by the Board of Supervisors. Read full article: Supervisors Approve County Housing Autho...→

Santa Clara County officials call on sheriff to consider use-of-force reforms

Santa Clara County officials call on sheriff to consider use-of-force reforms

Potential changes include limiting the use of tear gas and rubber bullets and not hiring officers with a history of excessive force complaints. Read full article: Santa Clara County officials call on she...→

Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa Cases Getting Younger; Santa Clara Officials Seeing 'Worrisome' Uptick

Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa Cases Getting Younger; Santa Clara Officials Seeing 'Worrisome' Uptick

Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor ‘Worrisome’ New COVID-19 Cases SANTA CLARA — As they have begun rolling back tough COVID-19 restrictions, Santa Cla [...] Read full article: Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa...→

County Supervisors Approve Racial Justice, Law Enforcement Policy Package - Times of San Diego

The three-pronged "Racial Justice and Law Enforcement Realignment Policy Package" was approved by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors Tuesday  after cons [...] Read full article: County Supervisors Approve Racial Justic...→

LA City Council, County Board Of Supervisors Approve Millions In Rent Relief Funds

LA City Council, County Board Of Supervisors Approve Millions In Rent Relief Funds

Both the Los Angeles County’s supervisors and the Los Angeles City Council have approved millions in rent relief. Read full article: LA City Council, County Board Of Supervi...→

Santa Clara County officials push to declare racism a public health crisis

Santa Clara County officials push to declare racism a public health crisis

Local civil rights leaders called the resolutions a positive first step but emphasized that the county must push beyond symbolic gestures to uproot systemic ra [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County officials push to dec...→

Clearwater city leaders approve program to help residents financially impacted by COVID-19

Clearwater city leaders approve program to help residents financially impacted by COVID-19

Following in the footsteps of cities like Tampa and St. Petersburg, Clearwater city leaders are moving forward with a program to help residents who were financ [...] Read full article: Clearwater city leaders approve program ...→

Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens, financial woes from COVID-19

Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens, financial woes from COVID-19

Malls around metro Detroit are slowly starting to re-open, but the financial strain of the pandemic is far from over. Read full article: Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens,...→

Santa Clara County leaders to address Supreme Court's rejection of Trump's bid to end DACA program

Santa Clara County leaders to address Supreme Court's rejection of Trump's bid to end DACA program

Santa Clara County leaders are expected to hold a press conference Wednesday morning on the Supreme Court's rejection of Pres. Donald Trump's efforts to end th [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County leaders to address Su...→

Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's Plan For Spending $1.13 Billion In COVID-19 Stimulus Funds

Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's Plan For Spending $1.13 Billion In COVID-19 Stimulus Funds

A group of aldermen this week sent Lightfoot a letter demanding a promise not to spend any of those funds on policing, but the mayor's office has made no such [...] Read full article: Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's ...→

Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil penalties over use of taxes?

Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil penalties over use of taxes?

Santa Clara County was notified of the error in January, and the state wants $145 million to correct it. Read full article: Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil ...→

Letter: Santa Clara County is low on police accountability

Letter: Santa Clara County is low on police accountability

SCC DA Jeff Rosen could start by inviting South Bay members of the Black Lives Matter movement to review report. Read full article: Letter: Santa Clara County is low on pol...→

Oakland County offering free financial coaching for those impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

Oakland County offering free financial coaching for those impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

Oakland County is launching a program that will provide free, confidential financial coaching to residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Oakland County offering free financial c...→

Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to Santa Clara University graduates

Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to Santa Clara University graduates

The governor called on the Class of 2020 to become empathetic leaders as they leave the Jesuit school. Read full article: Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to...→

Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported At Construction Sites In Santa Clara County

Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported At Construction Sites In Santa Clara County

Health authorities in Santa Clara County have identified multiple new cases of COVID-19 among construction workers in the county and urged workers at construct [...] Read full article: Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported ...→

Santa Clara County extends $0 bail schedule until September

Santa Clara County extends $0 bail schedule until September

Bail rules that have applied since April will continue as COVID-19 remains an “ever-present concern,” Presiding Judge Deborah A. Ryan said Wednesday. Read full article: Santa Clara County extends $0 bail sched...→

Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Extends Zero Bail Until September

Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Extends Zero Bail Until September

With new COVID-19 cases on the rise again, Santa Clara County court officials announced Wednesday they were extending the zero bail requirements for residents [...] Read full article: Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Ex...→

Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor 'Worrisome' New COVID-19 Cases

Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor 'Worrisome' New COVID-19 Cases

As they have begun rolling back tough COVID-19 restrictions, Santa Clara health officials say they are carefully monitoring a 'worrisome' number of new cases w [...] Read full article: Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Off...→

Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ uptick in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations with reopening

Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ uptick in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations with reopening

The county is back on the state’s “watch” list and has traced recent outbreaks to construction and food service sites, Dr. Sara Cody said. Read full article: Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ upti...→

Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas Where West Nile Virus Found

Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas Where West Nile Virus Found

Vector control officials in Santa Clara County on Friday confirmed that multiple mosquitoes collected from the 95054, 95051 and 95050 ZIP codes tested positive [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas ...→

Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses during COVID could trigger next financial crisis

Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses during COVID could trigger next financial crisis

"I am concerned the longer this goes on, the more losses banks will face," he told "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan. Read full article: Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses du...→

Santa Clara County temporarily extends $0 bail for low-level offenses, restarts jury trials

Santa Clara County temporarily extends $0 bail for low-level offenses, restarts jury trials

The move comes about a week after California justices rescinded the statewide bail schedule last week, giving lower courts discretion to continue it. Read full article: Santa Clara County temporarily extends $...→

Santa Clara to investigate ex-police captain charged in eBay cyberstalking case

Santa Clara to investigate ex-police captain charged in eBay cyberstalking case

Brian Gilbert’s role in alleged conspiracy was to “rescue” victims from the harassment, court documents say Read full article: Santa Clara to investigate ex-police cap...→

Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To Financial Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To Financial Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Officials say the government-mandated closures caused a 40% drop in its revenue while expenses for COVID-related needs increased. Read full article: Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To F...→

Marin supervisors approve aid for some virus-infected workers

Marin supervisors approve aid for some virus-infected workers

The program offers help to low-income employees who stand to lose pay if they self-quarantine. Read full article: Marin supervisors approve aid for some v...→

OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death Count; Most Cases In Santa Ana, Anaheim

OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death Count; Most Cases In Santa Ana, Anaheim

Supervisor Don Wagner said the hospitalization rate includes patients who may have been brought to a hospital for an unrelated issue such as a "slip and fall'' [...] Read full article: OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death C...→

Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to approve ban on predictive policing

Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to approve ban on predictive policing

After fostering the development of predictive-policing technology a decade ago, Santa Cruz on Tuesday became the first city in the U.S. to approve a ban on its [...] Read full article: Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to ap...→

University of South Florida awards $20 million in financial aid to students amid COVID-19 pandemic

University of South Florida awards $20 million in financial aid to students amid COVID-19 pandemic

The University of South Florida plans to provide $20 million to help students who are experiencing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: University of South Florida awards $20 m...→

USPS employees demand funding, express financial struggles due to COVID-19

USPS employees demand funding, express financial struggles due to COVID-19

United States Postal Service employees are calling on their congressional representatives and demanding funding due to coronavirus financial struggles.  Read full article: USPS employees demand funding, express f...→

SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites This Week

SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites This Week

The Santa Clara County Public Health Department is establishing three pop-up locations for free COVID-19 testing in Santa Clara and San Jose this week, includi [...] Read full article: SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Po...→

Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara Cody: From public hero to public enemy no. 1?

Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara Cody: From public hero to public enemy no. 1?

Dr. Cody says she understands the economic impact and the frustrations with the coronavirus lockdown, but “you can help someone who lost a business or a job. I [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara...→

Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Bail In Alameda, Santa Clara Counties

Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Bail In Alameda, Santa Clara Counties

The Superior Courts of Alameda and Contra Costa counties have extended the emergency zero bail order which was scheduled to end on June 20 across the state. Read full article: Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Ba...→

Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites open in Santa Clara County this week

Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites open in Santa Clara County this week

Testing locations in Cupertino, Los Altos, Palo Alto and San José offer nasal swabs without an appointment. Read full article: Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites ope...→

Geneva to offer financial relief for residents, businesses impacted by COVID-19

Geneva to offer financial relief for residents, businesses impacted by COVID-19

Recognizing the toll the coronavirus crisis has taken on the local economy, Geneva officials are implementing two initiatives aimed at providing some financial [...] Read full article: Geneva to offer financial relief for res...→

Wayne County residents can get financial help with prescription costs if affected by COVID-19

Wayne County residents can get financial help with prescription costs if affected by COVID-19

Along with losing their jobs because of COVID-19 many have also lost their health care coverage. Taking simple daily medications unaffordable but now one progr [...] Read full article: Wayne County residents can get financial...→

Students suing Santa Clara University over sex assault cases join chorus of Title IX concerns

Students suing Santa Clara University over sex assault cases join chorus of Title IX concerns

Plaintiffs allege university failed to protect them even after their allegations were substantiated; say new hurdles could drive harassment and assault victims [...] Read full article: Students suing Santa Clara University ov...→

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Clara Construction Sites Outbreak;  San Franciscans Enjoy Al Fresco Dining

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Clara Construction Sites Outbreak; San Franciscans Enjoy Al Fresco Dining

SF Diners Come Out For Their First Restaurant Meal In Months Since Pandemic SAN FRANCISCO — The energy was palpable on the streets of North Beach Friday evenin [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Cla...→

Supervisors Approve County Housing Authority Budget - Times of San Diego

A $178 million budget for San Diego County's Housing Authority for the 2020-21 fiscal year was unanimously approved Wednesday by the Board of Supervisors. Read full article: Supervisors Approve County Housing Autho...→

OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death Count; Most Cases In Santa Ana, Anaheim

OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death Count; Most Cases In Santa Ana, Anaheim

Supervisor Don Wagner said the hospitalization rate includes patients who may have been brought to a hospital for an unrelated issue such as a "slip and fall'' [...] Read full article: OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death C...→

Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Extends Zero Bail Until September

Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Extends Zero Bail Until September

With new COVID-19 cases on the rise again, Santa Clara County court officials announced Wednesday they were extending the zero bail requirements for residents [...] Read full article: Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Ex...→

Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa Cases Getting Younger; Santa Clara Officials Seeing 'Worrisome' Uptick

Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa Cases Getting Younger; Santa Clara Officials Seeing 'Worrisome' Uptick

Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor ‘Worrisome’ New COVID-19 Cases SANTA CLARA — As they have begun rolling back tough COVID-19 restrictions, Santa Cla [...] Read full article: Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa...→

University of South Florida awards $20 million in financial aid to students amid COVID-19 pandemic

University of South Florida awards $20 million in financial aid to students amid COVID-19 pandemic

The University of South Florida plans to provide $20 million to help students who are experiencing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: University of South Florida awards $20 m...→

Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ uptick in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations with reopening

Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ uptick in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations with reopening

The county is back on the state’s “watch” list and has traced recent outbreaks to construction and food service sites, Dr. Sara Cody said. Read full article: Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ upti...→

LA City Council, County Board Of Supervisors Approve Millions In Rent Relief Funds

LA City Council, County Board Of Supervisors Approve Millions In Rent Relief Funds

Both the Los Angeles County’s supervisors and the Los Angeles City Council have approved millions in rent relief. Read full article: LA City Council, County Board Of Supervi...→

Clearwater city leaders approve program to help residents financially impacted by COVID-19

Clearwater city leaders approve program to help residents financially impacted by COVID-19

Following in the footsteps of cities like Tampa and St. Petersburg, Clearwater city leaders are moving forward with a program to help residents who were financ [...] Read full article: Clearwater city leaders approve program ...→

Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara Cody: From public hero to public enemy no. 1?

Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara Cody: From public hero to public enemy no. 1?

Dr. Cody says she understands the economic impact and the frustrations with the coronavirus lockdown, but “you can help someone who lost a business or a job. I [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara...→

Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses during COVID could trigger next financial crisis

Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses during COVID could trigger next financial crisis

"I am concerned the longer this goes on, the more losses banks will face," he told "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan. Read full article: Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses du...→

Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens, financial woes from COVID-19

Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens, financial woes from COVID-19

Malls around metro Detroit are slowly starting to re-open, but the financial strain of the pandemic is far from over. Read full article: Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens,...→

Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Bail In Alameda, Santa Clara Counties

Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Bail In Alameda, Santa Clara Counties

The Superior Courts of Alameda and Contra Costa counties have extended the emergency zero bail order which was scheduled to end on June 20 across the state. Read full article: Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Ba...→

Santa Clara to investigate ex-police captain charged in eBay cyberstalking case

Santa Clara to investigate ex-police captain charged in eBay cyberstalking case

Brian Gilbert’s role in alleged conspiracy was to “rescue” victims from the harassment, court documents say Read full article: Santa Clara to investigate ex-police cap...→

Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's Plan For Spending $1.13 Billion In COVID-19 Stimulus Funds

Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's Plan For Spending $1.13 Billion In COVID-19 Stimulus Funds

A group of aldermen this week sent Lightfoot a letter demanding a promise not to spend any of those funds on policing, but the mayor's office has made no such [...] Read full article: Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's ...→

Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites open in Santa Clara County this week

Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites open in Santa Clara County this week

Testing locations in Cupertino, Los Altos, Palo Alto and San José offer nasal swabs without an appointment. Read full article: Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites ope...→

Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To Financial Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To Financial Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Officials say the government-mandated closures caused a 40% drop in its revenue while expenses for COVID-related needs increased. Read full article: Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To F...→

Letter: Santa Clara County is low on police accountability

Letter: Santa Clara County is low on police accountability

SCC DA Jeff Rosen could start by inviting South Bay members of the Black Lives Matter movement to review report. Read full article: Letter: Santa Clara County is low on pol...→

Wayne County residents can get financial help with prescription costs if affected by COVID-19

Wayne County residents can get financial help with prescription costs if affected by COVID-19

Along with losing their jobs because of COVID-19 many have also lost their health care coverage. Taking simple daily medications unaffordable but now one progr [...] Read full article: Wayne County residents can get financial...→

Marin supervisors approve aid for some virus-infected workers

Marin supervisors approve aid for some virus-infected workers

The program offers help to low-income employees who stand to lose pay if they self-quarantine. Read full article: Marin supervisors approve aid for some v...→

Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to Santa Clara University graduates

Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to Santa Clara University graduates

The governor called on the Class of 2020 to become empathetic leaders as they leave the Jesuit school. Read full article: Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to...→

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Clara Construction Sites Outbreak;  San Franciscans Enjoy Al Fresco Dining

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Clara Construction Sites Outbreak; San Franciscans Enjoy Al Fresco Dining

SF Diners Come Out For Their First Restaurant Meal In Months Since Pandemic SAN FRANCISCO — The energy was palpable on the streets of North Beach Friday evenin [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Cla...→

Santa Clara County extends $0 bail schedule until September

Santa Clara County extends $0 bail schedule until September

Bail rules that have applied since April will continue as COVID-19 remains an “ever-present concern,” Presiding Judge Deborah A. Ryan said Wednesday. Read full article: Santa Clara County extends $0 bail sched...→

Santa Clara County officials call on sheriff to consider use-of-force reforms

Santa Clara County officials call on sheriff to consider use-of-force reforms

Potential changes include limiting the use of tear gas and rubber bullets and not hiring officers with a history of excessive force complaints. Read full article: Santa Clara County officials call on she...→

Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to approve ban on predictive policing

Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to approve ban on predictive policing

After fostering the development of predictive-policing technology a decade ago, Santa Cruz on Tuesday became the first city in the U.S. to approve a ban on its [...] Read full article: Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to ap...→

Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor 'Worrisome' New COVID-19 Cases

Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor 'Worrisome' New COVID-19 Cases

As they have begun rolling back tough COVID-19 restrictions, Santa Clara health officials say they are carefully monitoring a 'worrisome' number of new cases w [...] Read full article: Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Off...→

County Supervisors Approve Racial Justice, Law Enforcement Policy Package - Times of San Diego

The three-pronged "Racial Justice and Law Enforcement Realignment Policy Package" was approved by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors Tuesday  after cons [...] Read full article: County Supervisors Approve Racial Justic...→

USPS employees demand funding, express financial struggles due to COVID-19

USPS employees demand funding, express financial struggles due to COVID-19

United States Postal Service employees are calling on their congressional representatives and demanding funding due to coronavirus financial struggles.  Read full article: USPS employees demand funding, express f...→

Santa Clara County officials push to declare racism a public health crisis

Santa Clara County officials push to declare racism a public health crisis

Local civil rights leaders called the resolutions a positive first step but emphasized that the county must push beyond symbolic gestures to uproot systemic ra [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County officials push to dec...→

SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites This Week

SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites This Week

The Santa Clara County Public Health Department is establishing three pop-up locations for free COVID-19 testing in Santa Clara and San Jose this week, includi [...] Read full article: SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Po...→

Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas Where West Nile Virus Found

Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas Where West Nile Virus Found

Vector control officials in Santa Clara County on Friday confirmed that multiple mosquitoes collected from the 95054, 95051 and 95050 ZIP codes tested positive [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas ...→

Santa Clara County temporarily extends $0 bail for low-level offenses, restarts jury trials

Santa Clara County temporarily extends $0 bail for low-level offenses, restarts jury trials

The move comes about a week after California justices rescinded the statewide bail schedule last week, giving lower courts discretion to continue it. Read full article: Santa Clara County temporarily extends $...→

Santa Clara County leaders to address Supreme Court's rejection of Trump's bid to end DACA program

Santa Clara County leaders to address Supreme Court's rejection of Trump's bid to end DACA program

Santa Clara County leaders are expected to hold a press conference Wednesday morning on the Supreme Court's rejection of Pres. Donald Trump's efforts to end th [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County leaders to address Su...→

Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil penalties over use of taxes?

Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil penalties over use of taxes?

Santa Clara County was notified of the error in January, and the state wants $145 million to correct it. Read full article: Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil ...→

Geneva to offer financial relief for residents, businesses impacted by COVID-19

Geneva to offer financial relief for residents, businesses impacted by COVID-19

Recognizing the toll the coronavirus crisis has taken on the local economy, Geneva officials are implementing two initiatives aimed at providing some financial [...] Read full article: Geneva to offer financial relief for res...→

Oakland County offering free financial coaching for those impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

Oakland County offering free financial coaching for those impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

Oakland County is launching a program that will provide free, confidential financial coaching to residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Oakland County offering free financial c...→

Students suing Santa Clara University over sex assault cases join chorus of Title IX concerns

Students suing Santa Clara University over sex assault cases join chorus of Title IX concerns

Plaintiffs allege university failed to protect them even after their allegations were substantiated; say new hurdles could drive harassment and assault victims [...] Read full article: Students suing Santa Clara University ov...→

Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported At Construction Sites In Santa Clara County

Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported At Construction Sites In Santa Clara County

Health authorities in Santa Clara County have identified multiple new cases of COVID-19 among construction workers in the county and urged workers at construct [...] Read full article: Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported ...→

Supervisors Approve County Housing Authority Budget - Times of San Diego

A $178 million budget for San Diego County's Housing Authority for the 2020-21 fiscal year was unanimously approved Wednesday by the Board of Supervisors. Read full article: Supervisors Approve County Housing Autho...→

Santa Clara County extends $0 bail schedule until September

Santa Clara County extends $0 bail schedule until September

Bail rules that have applied since April will continue as COVID-19 remains an “ever-present concern,” Presiding Judge Deborah A. Ryan said Wednesday. Read full article: Santa Clara County extends $0 bail sched...→

OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death Count; Most Cases In Santa Ana, Anaheim

OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death Count; Most Cases In Santa Ana, Anaheim

Supervisor Don Wagner said the hospitalization rate includes patients who may have been brought to a hospital for an unrelated issue such as a "slip and fall'' [...] Read full article: OC Reports Highest One-Day COVID Death C...→

Santa Clara County officials call on sheriff to consider use-of-force reforms

Santa Clara County officials call on sheriff to consider use-of-force reforms

Potential changes include limiting the use of tear gas and rubber bullets and not hiring officers with a history of excessive force complaints. Read full article: Santa Clara County officials call on she...→

Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Extends Zero Bail Until September

Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Extends Zero Bail Until September

With new COVID-19 cases on the rise again, Santa Clara County court officials announced Wednesday they were extending the zero bail requirements for residents [...] Read full article: Reopening: Santa Clara Superior Court Ex...→

Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to approve ban on predictive policing

Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to approve ban on predictive policing

After fostering the development of predictive-policing technology a decade ago, Santa Cruz on Tuesday became the first city in the U.S. to approve a ban on its [...] Read full article: Santa Cruz becomes first U.S. city to ap...→

Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa Cases Getting Younger; Santa Clara Officials Seeing 'Worrisome' Uptick

Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa Cases Getting Younger; Santa Clara Officials Seeing 'Worrisome' Uptick

Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor ‘Worrisome’ New COVID-19 Cases SANTA CLARA — As they have begun rolling back tough COVID-19 restrictions, Santa Cla [...] Read full article: Reopening COVID-19 Roundup: Contra Costa...→

Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor 'Worrisome' New COVID-19 Cases

Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Officials Monitor 'Worrisome' New COVID-19 Cases

As they have begun rolling back tough COVID-19 restrictions, Santa Clara health officials say they are carefully monitoring a 'worrisome' number of new cases w [...] Read full article: Reopening; Santa Clara County Health Off...→

University of South Florida awards $20 million in financial aid to students amid COVID-19 pandemic

University of South Florida awards $20 million in financial aid to students amid COVID-19 pandemic

The University of South Florida plans to provide $20 million to help students who are experiencing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: University of South Florida awards $20 m...→

County Supervisors Approve Racial Justice, Law Enforcement Policy Package - Times of San Diego

The three-pronged "Racial Justice and Law Enforcement Realignment Policy Package" was approved by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors Tuesday  after cons [...] Read full article: County Supervisors Approve Racial Justic...→

Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ uptick in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations with reopening

Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ uptick in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations with reopening

The county is back on the state’s “watch” list and has traced recent outbreaks to construction and food service sites, Dr. Sara Cody said. Read full article: Santa Clara County sees ‘worrisome’ upti...→

USPS employees demand funding, express financial struggles due to COVID-19

USPS employees demand funding, express financial struggles due to COVID-19

United States Postal Service employees are calling on their congressional representatives and demanding funding due to coronavirus financial struggles.  Read full article: USPS employees demand funding, express f...→

LA City Council, County Board Of Supervisors Approve Millions In Rent Relief Funds

LA City Council, County Board Of Supervisors Approve Millions In Rent Relief Funds

Both the Los Angeles County’s supervisors and the Los Angeles City Council have approved millions in rent relief. Read full article: LA City Council, County Board Of Supervi...→

Santa Clara County officials push to declare racism a public health crisis

Santa Clara County officials push to declare racism a public health crisis

Local civil rights leaders called the resolutions a positive first step but emphasized that the county must push beyond symbolic gestures to uproot systemic ra [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County officials push to dec...→

SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites This Week

SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites This Week

The Santa Clara County Public Health Department is establishing three pop-up locations for free COVID-19 testing in Santa Clara and San Jose this week, includi [...] Read full article: SAP Center Among 3 Santa Clara County Po...→

Clearwater city leaders approve program to help residents financially impacted by COVID-19

Clearwater city leaders approve program to help residents financially impacted by COVID-19

Following in the footsteps of cities like Tampa and St. Petersburg, Clearwater city leaders are moving forward with a program to help residents who were financ [...] Read full article: Clearwater city leaders approve program ...→

Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas Where West Nile Virus Found

Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas Where West Nile Virus Found

Vector control officials in Santa Clara County on Friday confirmed that multiple mosquitoes collected from the 95054, 95051 and 95050 ZIP codes tested positive [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County Plans To Treat Areas ...→

Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara Cody: From public hero to public enemy no. 1?

Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara Cody: From public hero to public enemy no. 1?

Dr. Cody says she understands the economic impact and the frustrations with the coronavirus lockdown, but “you can help someone who lost a business or a job. I [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County’s health officer Sara...→

Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses during COVID could trigger next financial crisis

Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses during COVID could trigger next financial crisis

"I am concerned the longer this goes on, the more losses banks will face," he told "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan. Read full article: Fed's Neel Kashkari warns bank losses du...→

Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens, financial woes from COVID-19

Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens, financial woes from COVID-19

Malls around metro Detroit are slowly starting to re-open, but the financial strain of the pandemic is far from over. Read full article: Metro Detroit malls battle slow reopens,...→

Santa Clara County temporarily extends $0 bail for low-level offenses, restarts jury trials

Santa Clara County temporarily extends $0 bail for low-level offenses, restarts jury trials

The move comes about a week after California justices rescinded the statewide bail schedule last week, giving lower courts discretion to continue it. Read full article: Santa Clara County temporarily extends $...→

Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Bail In Alameda, Santa Clara Counties

Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Bail In Alameda, Santa Clara Counties

The Superior Courts of Alameda and Contra Costa counties have extended the emergency zero bail order which was scheduled to end on June 20 across the state. Read full article: Superior Courts Extend Emergency Zero Ba...→

Santa Clara County leaders to address Supreme Court's rejection of Trump's bid to end DACA program

Santa Clara County leaders to address Supreme Court's rejection of Trump's bid to end DACA program

Santa Clara County leaders are expected to hold a press conference Wednesday morning on the Supreme Court's rejection of Pres. Donald Trump's efforts to end th [...] Read full article: Santa Clara County leaders to address Su...→

Santa Clara to investigate ex-police captain charged in eBay cyberstalking case

Santa Clara to investigate ex-police captain charged in eBay cyberstalking case

Brian Gilbert’s role in alleged conspiracy was to “rescue” victims from the harassment, court documents say Read full article: Santa Clara to investigate ex-police cap...→

Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's Plan For Spending $1.13 Billion In COVID-19 Stimulus Funds

Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's Plan For Spending $1.13 Billion In COVID-19 Stimulus Funds

A group of aldermen this week sent Lightfoot a letter demanding a promise not to spend any of those funds on policing, but the mayor's office has made no such [...] Read full article: Aldermen Approve Mayor Lori Lightfoot's ...→

Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites open in Santa Clara County this week

Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites open in Santa Clara County this week

Testing locations in Cupertino, Los Altos, Palo Alto and San José offer nasal swabs without an appointment. Read full article: Six coronavirus pop-up testing sites ope...→

Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil penalties over use of taxes?

Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil penalties over use of taxes?

Santa Clara County was notified of the error in January, and the state wants $145 million to correct it. Read full article: Letter: Santa Clara County facing civil ...→

Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To Financial Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To Financial Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Officials say the government-mandated closures caused a 40% drop in its revenue while expenses for COVID-related needs increased. Read full article: Tower Health Cutting 1,000 Jobs Due To F...→

Geneva to offer financial relief for residents, businesses impacted by COVID-19

Geneva to offer financial relief for residents, businesses impacted by COVID-19

Recognizing the toll the coronavirus crisis has taken on the local economy, Geneva officials are implementing two initiatives aimed at providing some financial [...] Read full article: Geneva to offer financial relief for res...→

Letter: Santa Clara County is low on police accountability

Letter: Santa Clara County is low on police accountability

SCC DA Jeff Rosen could start by inviting South Bay members of the Black Lives Matter movement to review report. Read full article: Letter: Santa Clara County is low on pol...→

Wayne County residents can get financial help with prescription costs if affected by COVID-19

Wayne County residents can get financial help with prescription costs if affected by COVID-19

Along with losing their jobs because of COVID-19 many have also lost their health care coverage. Taking simple daily medications unaffordable but now one progr [...] Read full article: Wayne County residents can get financial...→

Oakland County offering free financial coaching for those impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

Oakland County offering free financial coaching for those impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

Oakland County is launching a program that will provide free, confidential financial coaching to residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Oakland County offering free financial c...→

Marin supervisors approve aid for some virus-infected workers

Marin supervisors approve aid for some virus-infected workers

The program offers help to low-income employees who stand to lose pay if they self-quarantine. Read full article: Marin supervisors approve aid for some v...→

Students suing Santa Clara University over sex assault cases join chorus of Title IX concerns

Students suing Santa Clara University over sex assault cases join chorus of Title IX concerns

Plaintiffs allege university failed to protect them even after their allegations were substantiated; say new hurdles could drive harassment and assault victims [...] Read full article: Students suing Santa Clara University ov...→

Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to Santa Clara University graduates

Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to Santa Clara University graduates

The governor called on the Class of 2020 to become empathetic leaders as they leave the Jesuit school. Read full article: Gov. Newsom delivers surprise message to...→

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Clara Construction Sites Outbreak;  San Franciscans Enjoy Al Fresco Dining

Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Clara Construction Sites Outbreak; San Franciscans Enjoy Al Fresco Dining

SF Diners Come Out For Their First Restaurant Meal In Months Since Pandemic SAN FRANCISCO — The energy was palpable on the streets of North Beach Friday evenin [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Reopening Roundup: Santa Cla...→

Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported At Construction Sites In Santa Clara County

Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported At Construction Sites In Santa Clara County

Health authorities in Santa Clara County have identified multiple new cases of COVID-19 among construction workers in the county and urged workers at construct [...] Read full article: Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported ...→