An NBC Bay Area investigative series examines the numbers behind San Jose’s retirement costs

Wednesday, Mar 21, 2012 at 04:17 PM PDT

More Allegations Against San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed

More Allegations Against San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed

More fallout from NBC Bay Area's investigation o Mayor Chuck Reed.

Wednesday, Mar 21, 2012 at 04:18 PM PDT

Unions File Complaint Over Pension Projections

Unions File Complaint Over Pension Projections

Five city unions have file a formal ethics complaint against high-ranking San Jose officials, including Mayor Chuck Reed after an NBC Bay Area Investigation.

Wednesday, Mar 21, 2012 at 04:16 PM PDT

SJ City Manager Fires Back on Pension Costs

SJ City Manager Fires Back on Pension Costs

San Jose city manager says $650 million was never used in official city business, following an NBC Bay Area Investigation into pension estimates used by the mayor.

Wednesday, Mar 21, 2012 at 04:35 PM PDT

Ethics Complaint Moves to City Council

Ethics Complaint Moves to City Council

A complaint alleging ethical violations by top city officials has been referred to the SJ City Council by Elections Commission

Wednesday, Mar 21, 2012 at 04:13 PM PDT

The $650 Million Question

The $650 Million Question

The Mayor used an inflated pension projection to help sell a fiscal emergency.

Thursday, Aug 16, 2012 at 04:29 PM PDT

State Wants the Truth About San Jose's Finances

State Wants the Truth About San Jose's Finances

NBC Bay Area has been asking about San Jose's pension for weeks. Now, the State is getting involved. NBC Bay Area's watchdog reporter Jenna Susko broke the story last month and has the latest.

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NBC Bay Area Investigative Reporter Jenna Susko examines the fuzzy math behind San Jose’s projected retirement costs and brings you the fallout from our report. It all started with the five-year-projection -- $650 million -- an estimate the city’s Retirement Services Director Russell Crosby told NBC Bay Area was “off the top of my head.” Stay tuned as The Unit continues to uncover the truth behind the numbers.
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