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What you need to know about the “shelter in place” order in Santa Clara County

Earlier today, the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department just issued a “shelter in place” effective at midnight tonight, as a way of...

Reps. Ryan & Khanna suggest giving working class families $1-$6,000 each during coronavirus outbreak

This morning, California Representative Ro Khanna and Ohio Representative Tim Ryan proposed an emergency Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) due to the novel coronavirus...

Santa Clara County confirms 79 COVID-19 cases; schools will close March 16; public gatherings of 100 or more banned

The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department held a LIVE press conference today at 11:30am to address what is happening with COVID-19 in...

Four San Jose firefighters test positive for coronavirus

In an announcement today from the City of San Jose, officials shared that four San Jose firefighters have contracted COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. Two...

Milpitas School Board votes to dismiss teacher, would not confirm if it is teacher who wore blackface

The Milpitas Unified School Board voted 3-0 to “approve a notice of intent to immediately suspend without pay and dismiss” a certificated employee Tuesday...

Opinion: Political correctness should not cost MHS students a great teacher

Political Correctness is far more deadly than CoVid-19. While it does kill people, it also kills creativity and the human spirit. Case in point:...

Ngo Tops Kong, Vuong in School Board Special Election

Less than an hour after the polls closed on Tuesday, a Milpitas resident posted a photo on Facebook of Milpitas Unified School District (MUSD)...

Milpitas Officials implement Pilot Program rules for Airbnb users

Stronger and clearer rules might be on the horizon for short-term rental units. The Milpitas City Council Tuesday unanimously approved a pilot program for overseeing...

Milpitas High School teacher from “blackface” incident says he’s about to be fired; but he wants another chance

In the Fall of 2019, on Halloween morning, David Carter woke up slightly earlier than usual. He went into the bathroom and used sable-colored...

March 3 Primary Election: Live Blog

Milpitas voters headed to the polls Tuesday to vote on everything from the president down to the local school board. Key races for Milpitians...

Milpitas Voting Guide for March 3, 2020 election

To support Milpitas voters in learning more about the candidates across the County Supervisor, Assemblymember, and School Board races, we've compiled a list of...

Chu, County Officials: Risk for Novel Coronavirus outbreak “remains low”

Assemblymember Kansen Chu (D-Milpitas) along with San Jose District 4 Councilmember Lan Diep held a press conference Friday addressing the recently-confirmed cases of COVID-19,...

Milpitas presents two-day city block event set for May

There might still be a few weeks of winter left, but Milpitas is already planning for its biggest party of the spring. On Tuesday, the...

An Interview with District 25 State Assembly Candidate: Bob Brunton

Why are you running for State Assembly?  It’s time to repair our broken state government and prepare our state for future generations. That is what...

An Interview with District 25 State Assembly Candidate: Roman Reed

Why are you running for State Assembly?  I am running for State Assembly because I care. I care about the future of this district and...

An Interview with District 25 State Assembly Candidate: Anthony Phan

Why are you running for State Assembly?  I'll spare the talking points; I'm running because I think I'd be an effective Assemblymember.    What do you love...

An Interview with District 25 State Assembly Candidate: Carmen Montano

Why are you running for State Assembly? I have been in public service for over 30 years and I have the experience, dedication, courage, and...

An Interview with District 25 State Assembly Candidate: Alex Lee

Why are you running for State Assembly?  My roots are in this community. I grew up in Milpitas and San José as the son of...

MUSD Special Election chaos: Teachers’ private info leaked, court orders, & theft

As the Milpitas Unified School District (MUSD) inches closer to its controversial board special election, the district is embroiled in yet another controversy —...

An Interview with District 25 State Assembly Candidate: Anne Kepner

Why are you running for State Assembly?  I am running to represent the people of our community and to be a part of the solution...

An Interview with District 25 State Assembly Candidate: Natasha Gupta

Why are you running for State Assembly?  I felt compelled to take action because I saw complacency in career politicians who represented us. I witnessed...

An Interview with District 25 State Assembly Candidate: Jim Canova

Why are you running for State Assembly?  I will work to reconcile the competing needs for infrastructure, transportation, preservation of open space, utilities, and public...

Latest news

Crisis of Maskulinity

That’s it.  The intersection between the COVID-19 pandemic and the culture wars has made me go full partisan, at least for now. It’s not that...

Support Kathmandu Cuisine in Milpitas for Takeout Thursday

Today's Takeout Thursday restaurant in Milpitas is Kathmandu Cuisine. Support this local business by ordering takeout, or contributing to purchase a meal for a...

Milpitas Inclusive PTA hosts General Meeting on special education

The Milpitas Inclusive PTA will have its first 2020 General Meeting today, May 28. Last September, Carla Crenshaw paved the way for a much-needed community-wide...

Milpitas City Council Endorses Laura’s Law to Support People with Mental Health Disorders

The Milpitas City Council unanimously voted to endorse Laura’s Law last Tuesday, a state law that empowers courts to mandate psychiatric treatment for certain...

Facing new challenges, childcare facilities start to reopen in Milpitas

Earlier this month, the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department amended the Shelter-in-Place order to allow “childcare establishments, summer camps, schools, and other educational...
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