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San Jose steps up for third year of CityDance series
With TV shows like “World of Dance” wildly popular these days, it’s refreshing to find dancing isn’t just a spectator sport in San Jose. If you want proof, just check out CityDance, the weekly series that kicks off its third year Thursday at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.Every week, about 200 or more people
46-Year-Old Man Who Was Stabbed, Later Died In Hospital Identified
SAN JOSE (BCN)A man who was stabbed in San Jose last month and died in the hospital on Aug. 2 has been identified as 46-year-old Abel Guerra, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office.The assault happened in the 1100 block of Topaz Avenue and police responded to the scene at 10:4
Crime Spree Plagues San Jose Willow Glen Neighborhood
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — A spike in crime has neighbors on edge in an upscale area of San Jose. Since last Thursday, Willow Glen has been seeing a wave of auto thefts, carjackings, home invasions and burglaries. Police are trying to figure out if the various crimes are related.
Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Manslaughter After Fatal Motorcycle Collision
As the Honda's driver attempted the turn across the left-most lane, a woman on 2009 Kawasaki motorcycle, also heading south on McLaughlin Avenue, hit the Honda's driver's side, police said.
San Jose: Driver arrested after U-turn ends in motorcyclist’s death
A southbound 2009 Kawasaki motorcycle was in the adjacent lane and crashed into the driver’s side of the Honda, police said. The rider, identified only as a woman pending formal notification of her next of kin, was rushed to the hospital and died from her injuries.
West Nile virus found in mosquitoes in Santa Clara, Sunnyvale
West Nile virus was detected in mosquitoes collected from an area around the 94087, 95050 and 950512 zip codes in parts of Santa Clara and Sunnyvale, the Santa Clara County Vector Control District announced Monday.
Arbitration agreement between 49ers and Santa Clara reveals dispute over stadium lease calculation
An arbitrator said the 49ers must pay Santa Clara more to rent Levi’s Stadium.San Francisco 49ers’ Joe Staley (74) plays during their NFL game against the Dallas Cowboys at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)
Campbell: Crime report for Aug. 6-12
Monday, Aug. 6100 block of S. Second Street: Unknown suspects forced the rear door to the residence open. The victim is still trying to determine the full take. Among the items taken are keys for two of the vehicles parked at the residence.500 block of W. Hamilton Avenue: The victim walked into a tr
San Jose: Firefighter bitten by dog at two-alarm blaze
A two-alarm fire heavily damaged two homes on the 1700 block of Ravens Place Way in San Jose on Monday, Aug. 13, 2018. (Courtesy of the San Jose Fire Department).
Targeted West Nile Virus Treatment Operations Scheduled for August 15 in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale - Silicon Valley Voice
The detection has prompted the scheduling of a truck-mounted adult mosquito control treatment in the area around the detection site, in an effort to prevent human cases of WNV. Weather permitting, the ground operations are scheduled for 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 15, and will conclude a few hours la
Chinese-citizen engineer at San Jose tech firm stole secrets, brought them to Chinese firm, jury says in awarding major damages
Development engineer Gangyi Chen stole trade secrets from his San Jose technology company and brought them to a Chinese firm, according to a Silicon Valley jury that ordered payment of $66 million in damages.Chen, a Chinese citizen with a UCLA PhD, was working for Lumileds, a San Jose company making
SJ Residents Patrol, Consider Guns in Response to Crimes
Residents in San Jose's Willow Glen neighborhood said they have been hit hard by a recent round of burglaries, carjackings and armed robberies. Cheryl Hurd reports. (Published Monday, Aug. 13, 2018)
South Bay community cat garden helps feral cats get adopted
Gigi and Bebe moved into this cage Monday night. They're sisters from the same litter, about 10 weeks old, and very shy.
Santa Clara awarded $180M Levi's Stadium rent increase
49ers brass had sought a rent reduction, based on what they called underperforming revenue. That touched off a back-and-forth between the two parties, prompting the city’s mayor Monday to suggest both sides wave the confidentiality clause, so all the details can come to light.
Police: Mother dies months after being shot by son in ‘inheritance’ killing
SAN JOSE — A woman has died three months after a shooting that also killed her husband, allegedly at the hands of their son who investigators say wastrying to get early access to his inheritance, according to San Jose police.
Multiple Lanes Of Southbound U.S. 101 Blocked Due To Traffic Collision; Victims Trapped
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Strong economy, reserves part of San Jose's AA-plus affirmationating affirmed by Fitch
San Jose, California's rating was affirmed by Fitch Ratings.Affirmed at AA-plus were $342.8 million in outstanding general obligation bonds and San Jose's Issuer Default Rating at AA-plus.In last week's action, Fitch also affirmed its AA rating of $486.2 million in lease revenue bonds though the San
Your Saratoga Week-Ahead Weather Forecast
4-day Forecast for SaratogaToday, partly cloudy tomorrow morning.Tuesday August 14Partly cloudy in the morning. High 82, low 54.Chance of precipitation: 4%. Wind 4 mph from the WNWWednesday August 15Partly cloudy in the morning. High 81, low 55.Chance of precipitation: 5%. Wind 4 mph from the WNWThu
San Jose Firefighter Injured At House Fire
SAN JOSE, CA — Crews extinguished a two-alarm fire that started at a home in South San Jose on Monday evening, according to a fire dispatcher. Fire crews were dispatched to the blaze that was first reported at 1723 Ravens Place Way at 7:45 p.m.
San Jose May Place Police Activities League Under New Management After Critical Audit
In her review, City Auditor Sharon Erickson found that the50-year-old nonprofithas failed to submit all required tax forms to the IRS and neglected to produce annual budgets or track charitable donations. The league also broke its agreement with the city by not setting aside its share of revenues to