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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

Fremont News
Melanie Kannokada, left, and Ali Fazal in "For Here or to Go?"

You'll have a hard time finding a more timely feature than "For Here or to Go?," which uses a fictional story about the visa struggles of an Indian software engineer to dramatize immigration issues. Set in Silicon Valley during the 2008 recession, the film also takes a sometimes comic look at broader questions of assimilation involving young Indian workers in America.

Park It: Fremont's Ardenwood to host annual Scottish fair

The pipes are calling and the clans will gather Saturday at Ardenwood Historic Farm in Fremont for the annual Tartan Day Scottish Fair. Sponsored by the East Bay Regional Park District and the East Bay Scottish Association, the always-colorful event will convene from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Attractions will include live music , Scottish dancing, handmade crafts, highland athletics and historical re-enactments.

California, Washington Face Off Over Vehicle Fuel Standards

California and a dozen other states could be heading for a showdown with the federal government as the Trump administration reviews rules on fuel efficiency and vehicle emissions, rules President Donald Trump has said curtail growth in the auto industry. California has a waiver under federal law to set its own standards, and other states have the option to follow them.

Synnex Unveils Flexible, Scalable Device-As-A-Service Plan For Partners

Synnex has rolled out a Device-as-a-Service program that will enable end users to buy hardware on a subscription basis. The Fremont, Calif.-based distributor said its Device-as-a-Service offering supports every vendor that is a Synnex client today, according to Peter Larocque, president of North American Technology Solutions.

Black Tesla worker says he faced racist taunts, violent threats

Ontario Human Rights Commission's director or Policy, Education, Monitoring & Outreach Branch Shazeen Azmi discusses how companies could tackle racial discrimination in the workplace. Ontario Human Rights Commission's director or Policy, Education, Monitoring & Outreach Branch Shazeen Azmi discusses how companies could tackle racial discrimination in the workplace.

Tesla factory worker sues, claiming harassment, discrimination

A Tesla Inc. factory worker is suing the electric-car maker, claiming he was subject to racial discrimination, sexual harassment and threats from his co-workers. The 11-count suit filed on behalf of DeWitt Lambert, 44, alleges that between summer 2015 and spring 2016, his co-workers at Tesla's Fremont, Calif., assembly line regularly taunted him with sexual and racial epithets, including "the N-word," made violent threats and once placed a drill gun in his buttocks.

Commuters Welcome New Warm Springs BART Station in Fremont

After a two-year delay, the Bay Area's newest BART station is up and running with commuters testing it out for the first time on Monday. As of Monday afternoon, more than 1,400 riders came through the new Warm Springs station in Fremont, a project that was completed under budget by $100 million.

BART's long-awaited Warm Springs station opens in Fremont

After years of delays, BART officials and other community leaders Friday celebrated the opening of the new Warm Springs station in southern Fremont, which brings the transit agency one step closer to San Jose. Service on the 5.4-mile extension to Warm Springs station, which is located at 45193 Warm Springs Blvd., began on Saturday morning but a station-opening ceremony was held Friday.

Warm Springs station stretches BART southward

The weather did not live up to the name of BART's newest station in Fremont, though transit, state and city officials welcomed the 46th BART station - Warm Springs/South Fremont Station - on a windy, cold and rainy Friday morning. The new Warm Springs station is part of the initial phase of a project that will eventually connect BART to downtown San Jose as part of a project with the Santa Clara County Transportation Authority.

Randy Mancini, of Sleepworld, on the future of sleep a " and what mattress he uses

Randy Mancini is photographed in the Mancini's Sleepworld store at the Pacific Commons Shopping Center on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, in Fremont, Calif. It's been nearly 50 years since the launch of Bay Area mattress company Mancini's Sleepworld.

People causing problems in Pacific Grove during seal pupping

Volunteers with BayNet are reporting that trespassers and drones are disturbing pregnant harbor seals and pups at Hopkins Beach in Pacific Grove, during a critical time for pup survival. The pupping rookery is blocked off by fences and "no trespassing" signs, but people have been ignoring them, entering the beach, and scaring the seals into the ocean and rocks.

Bay Area voters not surprised by GOP health care vote delay

Kari Medina, of Santa Clara, is worried about the GOP health plan passing, saying it would negatively affect her husband, a cancer survivor. Rick Rogers of La Honda was listening to conservative talk radio inside his truck on Thursday when he heard about the House Republicans' decision to delay their vote on the controversial GOP health care bill that would replace the Affordable Care Act.

Fremont: Police to begin using cellphone tracking device

The Fremont Police Department earlier this month got the OK to to begin using a device to locate and track people through their cellphones. At its March 7 meeting, the Fremont City Council approved the department's request for the device, called a cell site simulator.

BART extension to South Fremont set to open

Jonathan Garcia and Steve Pardo finish landscaping work in front of the Warm Springs BART Station in south Fremont. Surrounding businesses have been eagerly waiting 20 years for the long-delayed extension.

Police say identity-theft-funded shopping spree linked men to East Bay car break-ins.

Two men from the Sacramento area were arrested last week on suspicion of using credit cards stolen from a string of East Bay car burglaries to go on a shopping spree in Milpitas. The allegations stem from a traffic stop just after midnight March 17 by Milpitas police outside the Walmart on Ranch Drive, after officers spotted a white 2001 Mercedes-Benz ML320 SUV without license plates, police said.

East Bay: Threatened fish get truckin' with a lift to spawning grounds

Biologists and volunteers capture steelhead trout in the Alameda Creek flood control channel in Fremont, Calif., on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Members from the East Bay Regional Park District, Alameda County Water District, Alameda Creek Alliance and San Francisco Public Utilities Commission worked to trap the threatened steelhead trout and move them several miles up river to spawning areas, that the fish are unable to reach because of barriers along the flood control channel.

Faster electric-car fast charging: test site in Fremont, VW plans 300 kw-plus

Charging infrastructure projects for electric cars have mostly focused on expanding the number of charging sites available to the public over the last six years. This is due to anticipated technological improvements to electric-car charging, boosting the capabilities of both onboard chargers and battery packs.

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