A San Jose nonprofit is offering half-off naturalization services for the holidays. The sale on becoming an American citizen is part of a national campaign aimed at registering millions of new voters.
A program giving temporary legal status to young immigrants was in jeopardy during the presidential election. Now, local undocumented immigrants are rushing to fill out applications.
With less access to subsidized preschool, Santa Clara County families struggle to stay ahead. National philanthropic foundations have provided some relief, but the county is still underserved.
When voters elected East Palo Alto’s first majority-Latino City Council in 2008, the political landscape finally caught up to a demographic shift that had happened a decade earlier. But those gains have yet to solidify.
Peninsula Press reporters talk to residents of Santa Clara and San Mateo counties about why they decided to vote in the 2012 Election.
As Election Day approaches, experts debate both sides of Prop 34, the ballot initiative to repeal the death penalty in California.
A group of Muslims in and around south Santa Clara County is close to gaining permission to build a mosque, cultural center and cemetery in rural San Martin, but some residents oppose the project.