Saturday Aug 16
Inside Bay Area
California drought: San Jose moving to impose water conservation measures, but without fines
Complying with new state rules aimed at cutting water use during California's historic drought, the San Jose City Council is poised to declare a citywide water shortage, ask all residents to cut use by 20 percent and place new limits on watering lawns and landscaping.
35 years later, remains of Jonestown victims found
Jim Jones, pastor of peoples Temple in San Francisco. . A view of the inside of the former Minus Funeral Home in Dover, Del., Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, where police say the cremated remains of nine victims of a 1978 mass cult suicide-murder in Jonestown, Guyana, were discovered.
3 decades later, remains of Jonestown bodies found
University of South Florida researchers say they have used DNA testing for the first time to identify the remains of a boy buried at an unmarked grave at a reform school 74 years ago.
San Jose: House fire displaces seven, including child, near Aborn Road
A fast-rising fire damaged a home in the Evergreen neighborhood on Tuesday afternoon, displacing the six adults and one child who live there, according to the San Jose Fire Department.
Summer camp disparities widen achievement gap
Omar Ramirez, 14, Roberto Cordero, 14, and Tyler Calderon, 13, left to right, make a class presentation during the Catalyst summer program at Mountain View High School in Mountain View, Calif.