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Fremont is located in the southeast section of the San Francisco Bay Area. Although Fremont is home to one of the largest concentrations of Afghans in the U.S., it also has a high concentration of South Asians, who are mostly employed in Silicon Valley's technology sector. Additionally, Fremont has a large deaf community, mostly due to the proximity of a California School for the Deaf campus.

Population: 213000
Local Newspapers: The Argus
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA) San Francisco 49ers
Local Colleges: Ohlone College

Zip Codes associated with fremont, california: 94536 94538 94539 94555 94560
Towns/Cities near fremont, california : Glenmoor Newark Northgate Centreville Irvington Blacow Niles Mission Valley

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Tesla Employee Files Suit Against Company For Racial Discrimination, Sexual Harassment

A Tesla employee at a Fremont, California, factory has filed a racial harassment, discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit against Tesla. In the suit, DeWitt Lambert claims he endured physical, sexual and racial taunts between June 2015 and April 2016, and was retaliated against for his complaints.

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Product: Krypton Vision Refraction System Top Line: Krypton Vision, a Fremont, Calif.-based start-up, is introducing an objective wavefront-driven refraction system. The system delivers first custom-made, high-definition lens free of inherent imperfections both in eyes and eyeglasses lenses, according to Krypton Vision.

Gunn High School principal resigns

Gunn High School Principal Denise Herrmann will be resigning at the end of the school year, she announced May 24. Denise Herrmann, who has served as principal of Gunn High School for the last three years, announced her resignation on Wednesday evening in a message to students, parents and staff. Herrmann confirmed to the Weekly that she was appointed associate superintendent for instructional services in the Fremont Unified School District at that district's school board meeting in Fremont on Wednesday evening.

Slaughterhouses and sawmills had better safety records than Tesla

A worker is reflected in a computer screen as he and others assemble cars on the line at Tesla's factory in Fremont. A worker is reflected in a computer screen as he and others assemble cars on the line at Tesla's factory in Fremont.

Fremont man allegedly used fraudulent credit info for $2K purchase

Police arrested a Fremont man Sunday evening after he allegedly tried to make a $2,000 purchase using a false name and fraudulent credit information at a Best Buy in San Bruno. Officers responded to 1250 El Camino Real around 7:10 p.m. and contacted the suspect, 42-year-old Dushan Knox, while he was still inside the store.

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The city of Fremont will be ablaze with the aroma of grilled meat and freshly minted hops at the third annual Fremont Burger & Brew Fest on Saturday, May 27. Held in downtown Fremont on Liberty Street between Capitol and Walnut, the event will last throughout the day and feature exactly what makes any outing in a city legendary: music, a vast array of food, arts and crafts, activities, and an artist's palette of fine craft brews. There will also be a Gourmet Marketplace offering snacking delicacies while a Business Marketplace featuring local businesses offers myriads of special deals and freebies.

Escaped lamb leads Fremont police on wild sheep chase

Fremont police spent hours searching in vain for an escaped sheep Monday night, ultimately locating it Tuesday afternoon, officials said. The sheep escaped from a yard and was running free through a Fremont neighborhood on Monday night, but no one could catch it, according to Geneva Bosques, a spokeswoman for the Fremont Police Department.

Young lamb brought to East Bay animal shelter

A wild young lamb was brought to an East Bay animal shelter on Monday night, according to a tweet from Fremont police. Police said the goat eluded them for over 2 hours.

Oakland Zoo auctioning off close encounters with animals in

Dylan Tellado, 11, takes a picture of a giraffe enjoying the Christmas tree treat left for the animals at the Oakland Zoo on Friday, December 30, 2016. Dylan Tellado, 11, takes a picture of a giraffe enjoying the Christmas tree treat left for the animals at the Oakland Zoo on Friday, December 30, 2016.

Zacks Investment Research Upgrades Ardelyx Inc (ARDX) to Buy

The firm currently has a $6.75 target price on the biopharmaceutical company's stock. Zacks Investment Research 's price target points to a potential upside of 13.45% from the stock's previous close.

DC fast charging for electric cars: what's here, what's coming, what's hype?

Drivers who want to use their electric cars for trips beyond a radius from their home charging site rely on DC fast-charging sites. Today, most publicly available chargers using the CHAdeMO and CCS standards have an output of 50 kilowatts or less; Tesla's Superchargers run at up to 135 kw.

Musk says Tesla stock is overvalued

After a story published late last week about Tesla in the Guardian , investors might zero in on one comment in particular that CEO Elon Musk made: He said the company's "market cap is higher than we have any right to deserve" and that building an auto-maker from scratch is "the worst way to earn money, honestly." In doing so, Musk displayed what some analysts call his trademark unscripted style, saying that he slept in a sleeping bag on the floor of the factory, knowing "people were having a hard time, working long hours, and on hard jobs."

Tesla's future is completely inhuman - and we shouldn't be surprised

Its market cap, at around $50 billion, passed Ford's and now rivals General Motors. If all goes according to schedule, the Model 3 mass-market car will launch in about a month.

New Mini E, GM electric-car goal, 2018 Leaf, Clarity lineup, diesel...

Why won't the EPA target California's waiver to set its own emission rules-yet-according to one source? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse-right here at Green Car Reports-for the week ending on Friday, May 19, 2017. Friday, we showed the first teaser photo of the 2018 Nissan Leaf; more details are eagerly awaited by electric-car fans all over the world.

Funeral to be held Sunday for Alameda County sheriff's deputy killed in crash

Alameda County's sheriff will be among the law enforcement officials present at funeral services this weekend for a colleague who was killed last week in a traffic accident. Sroeuy Phillip Khin died May 12 just one day shy of his 51st birthday when a commuter bus rammed into the back of the Alameda County deputy's car on Interstate 580 near the Altamont Pass.

Risk of heat-related illnesses rise as temps expected to jump

The possibility of heat-related illnesses prompted the National Weather Service to issue a weather advisory for Saturday and Sunday in parts of the San Francisco and Monterey bay areas. Residents and visitors of inland areas where temperatures could rise into the mid-90s are encouraged to take precautions to stay cool, meteorologist Anna Schneider said.

Myoscience iovera System Cleared for Treating Painful Osteoarthritic Knees

Myoscience , a company based in Fremont, California won FDA clearance for its iovera cryoneurolysis system to be used for symptom and pain relief in the knees arising from osteoarthritis. The company's so-called Focused Cold Therapy delivery system pumps pressurized liquid nitrous oxide to the treatment tip, where it is made to turn to a gas and become very cold.

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