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During Spanish expeditions in the late 1700s they established several missions in the San Francisco Bay Area. During this time, what is now Milpitas served as a crossroads between Mission San Jose de Guadalupe and Mission Santa Clara de Asis. When the land was divided to become ranchos, the Rancho Milpitas was formed. In Spanish Milpitas means "little corn fields" or "garden where maize is grown." The Spanish ranchers did in fact use the agricultural field to grow corn.

Population: 62698
Local Newspapers: Milpitas Post San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San Jose Giants San Jose Earthquakes San Jose SaberCats San Jose Sharks
Local Colleges: Heald College

Zip Codes associated with milpitas, california: 95035
Towns/Cities near milpitas, california : Curtner River Oaks Morrill Sweigart Gilchrist

Milpitas News
Milpitas KFC standoff extends overnight

Milpitas police are currently engaged in a standoff with a man at the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant at 75 S. Main St., according to a Milpitas police spokesman. Milpitas police Lt.

Milpitas council approves wide-reaching foam ban

Leslie Stobbe, City of Milpitas' public information specialist, collects plastic out of Tularcitos Creek in Milpitas in September 2016 in a photo included in a city presentation on the city's efforts to reduce trash in creeks and waterways. Photo courtesy of City of Milpitas Milpitas restaurants, delis, coffee shops and grocery stores will need to find alternatives for serving food other than expanded polystyrene foam food ware before July 1, 2018, when a citywide ban - approved with a second reading on Aug. 15 - takes effect.

Milpitas daycare site asks to be larger

The Milpitas Planning Commission next Wednesday is scheduled to review a request to build an addition to a local daycare facility. Stepping Stone Daycare at 1362 S. Main St. is seeking a site development permit and a use permit amendment to add 1,817 square feet to an existing building.

Milpitas: Hillside road to reopen after months of closure, repairs

Milpitas officials announced today that a roadway that snakes into the hills above the city and that suffered weather-related damage last winter will largely reopen to commuters this evening. Calaveras Road, located east of Interstate 680 near the intersection of Evans and Piedmont roads, has been closed since late February due to soil movement beneath the roadway.

Victim's body released to family in North Africa, authorities say.

Milpitas resident and Tunisian national Mourad Ferjani, 54, seen here in San Francisco, died from multiple stab wounds on July 29 in a homicide Milpitas Police are still investigating. Photo courtesy of Ferjani family The slaying of 54-year-old Milpitas resident Mourad Ferjani, a father of four who came to the United States in 2014 for work from his native Tunisia, remains under investigation more than a month after the homicide, police say.

Milpitas police find man dead from self-inflicted gunshot wound

Police on Thursday found a 79-year-old man dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound inside a home. Just before 1 p.m., officers responded to the 200 block of Spring Valley Lane for a report of a distraught man armed with a gun.

Beat the Heat: Cooling Centers in the Bay Area

Scorching temperatures have prompted an excessive heat warning for the Bay Area Friday into Monday. Full heat wave coverage on our weather page .

Milpitas school district breaks ground on its newest campus

Held on Aug. 24, the event saw nearly 60 people - including school, city and area officials as well as members of the Mattos family - attend the ceremony at 1750 McCandless Drive. The school site, named in honor of longtime resident and unofficial Milpitas historian Mabel Mattos, who died in 2013 at age 89, is planned to feature a kindergarten through sixth grade campus on a 6.7 acre site, adjacent to a new city park.

McCarthy Creekside to see six buildings on more than 44 acres near Interstate 880.

This rendering depicts McCarthy Creekside, approved by the city in 2016, that involves six buildings totaling approximately 805,000 square feet in floor area, at 625 N. McCarthy Blvd. in Milpitas. Courtesy of City of Milpitas McCarthy Creekside, a large industrial and warehouse complex, broke ground last month west of Interstate 880, not far from Coyote Creek.

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Dance to your favorite hits from the 90s! Featuring Michael Jackson, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Prince, Gloria Estefan, Elton John, Cher, Will Smith, Christina Aguilera, Santana, and many more. Our DJ will also sprinkle in a few of your current favorites! Adults of all ages welcome.

Milpitasa tallest building project still a no-show

The City Council in 2016 approved the 22-story Landmark Towers-Milpitas project, a proposed $300 million high rise at 600 Barber Lane. If built, the mixed-use condominium project would succeed the 12-story Crowne Plaza Hotel on Bellew Drive as the city's tallest building.

DUI driver busted in Milpitas after fleeing scene

A San Jose man was arrested by police last Friday for driving reckless and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. Around 2:39 a.m. a Milpitas police officer noticed 21-year-old Luis Felipe Lopez driving recklessly at the intersection of East Calaveras Boulevard ad North Gadsen Drive.

Five-number Powerball winner sold at Milpitas gas station

One of three Powerball tickets in California that matched five out of the six numbers was sold at a Milpitas gas station, the same one that sold the lone winner in a $425 million drawing in 2014. The three California winners - the others were sold at Lucky store in Daly City and a Ralphs store in Newport Beach - will split $1 million.

Imam Mumtaz ul Haq, 64, remembered by those whose lives he touched in California, elsewhere.

Sheikh Muhammad Hussain of the Muslim Community Association speaks during a remembrance held on Aug. 12 at Masjid Al-Hilaal for former Milpitas Imam Mumtaz ul Haq who was killed in South Africa on Aug. 8. Photo courtesy of Masjid Al-Hilaal Sheikh Muhammad Hussain of the Muslim Community Association speaks during a remembrance held on Aug. 12 at Masjid Al-Hilaal for former Milpitas Imam Mumtaz ul Haq who was killed in South Africa on Aug. 8. Photo courtesy of Masjid Al-Hilaal Sheikh Muhammad Hussain of the Muslim Community Association speaks during a remembrance held on Aug. 12 at Masjid Al-Hilaal for former Milpitas Imam Mumtaz ul Haq who was killed in South Africa on Aug. 8. Photo courtesy of Masjid Al-Hilaal Milpitas' Muslim-American community is still reeling from the unexpected killing of Al-Hilaal Masjid's former religious leader and 10-year resident Imam Mumtaz ul Haq in South ... (more)

Teachers at elementary school sites organize viewing parties for total solar eclipse.

A Joseph Weller Elementary School student observes the solar eclipse through a pair of special sunglasses on Monday, Aug. 22. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed Joseph Weller Elementary School fourth graders Matthew Maldonado, Zachary Maldonado and Kobe Media watch the solar eclipse progress at school on Monday, Aug. 22. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed Joseph Weller Elementary School first grader Madison Medina holds special glasses on her face to watch the solar eclipse progress on Monday morning at school.

BART pulls forecast for early completion of Silicon Valley

John Engstrom, project manager of the BART Silicon Valley extension, shown at the Milpitas Sta tion, says finish ing the line and testing trains won't be com pleted in the next few months as forecast. John Engstrom, project manager of the BART Silicon Valley extension, shown at the Milpitas Sta tion, says finish ing the line and testing trains won't be com pleted in the next few months as forecast.

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