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Located in the southern end of the San Francisco Bay Area, a region commonly referred to as Silicon Valley, San Jose lies inland, protected on three sides by mountains, and has a Mediterranean climate. Once a small farming city, San Jose became a magnet for suburban newcomers in new housing developments between the 1950s to the present, and is now the most populous city in the U.S. north of Los Angeles and west of Chicago.

Population: 948279
Local Newspapers: San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San Jose Sharks (NHL) San Jose Earthquakes (Major League Soccer) San Jose Giants (California League baseball)
Local Colleges: San José State University

Zip Codes associated with san jose, california: 95050 95065 95110 95111 95112 95116 95117 95118 95119 95121 95122 95123 95124 95125 95126 95127 95128 95129 95130 95131 95132 95133 95134 95135 95136 95138 95139 95148
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San Jose News
Sideshow Activity in SJ Leads to Citations, Damaged Cop Car

Four cars were impounded, seven citations were handed out and a police car was damaged following sideshow activity in San Jose early Sunday, according to police. Officers first responded to a call around 1:15 a.m. about a sideshow occurring in the area of Oakland Road and Fox Lane, according to police.

San Jose: Day of the Dead celebration honors ancestors

A member of SJSU Group Folklorico Luna y Sol participates in the San Jose Multicultural Artist Guild's 20th anniversary of the Dia De los Muertos procession and festival in downtown San Jose, Calif. on Sunday, October 22, 2017.

San Jose: Day of the Dead celebration honors ancestors

Aztec dancer of the group Mictlan Xochiel Mireles, participates in the San Jose Multicultural Artist Guild's 20th anniversary of Dia De los Muertos procession and festival in downtown San Jose, Calif. on Sunday, October 22, 2017.

Israelis with Down syndrome trek across India in new doc

"What I love to do is to take stories about people who didn't get the best cards in their hand, and they try and they sometimes fail and they try again and they fail again, and sometimes they succeed," the Israeli filmmaker explains. "The success is not reaching the top of the mountain.

Early Stage: Fire-tracking app could help residents get out of harm's way

The wildfires burning in the North Bay are seen Wednesday through the DisasterAWARE platform, powered by San Jose-based company Kaazing. The platform tracks fires and other disasters in real time, and can tell residents and first responders where the flames are, and where they're going.

Fire-tracking app could help residents get out of harma s way

The wildfires burning in the North Bay are seen Wednesday through the DisasterAWARE platform, powered by San Jose-based company Kaazing. The platform tracks fires and other disasters in real time, and can tell residents and first responders where the flames are, and where they're going.

Early Stage: Fire-tracking app could help residents get out of harma s way

The wildfires burning in the North Bay are seen Wednesday through the DisasterAWARE platform, powered by San Jose-based company Kaazing. The platform tracks fires and other disasters in real time, and can tell residents and first responders where the flames are, and where they're going.

CA: Milpitas Residents Seek City's Help in Curbing Future Development

Oct. 19--Pines neighbors concerned about new housing development, increased traffic and a pending Bay Area Rapid Transit station that may hasten the deterioration of their once quiet South Milpitas neighborhood say they want to work constructively with the city to prevent that. Specifically, longtime residents Rose Riggs and Steve Roberts -- members of a new group they've formed called South Main Business Owners Association that advocates on behalf of 12 small businesses east of the Pines neighborhood -- say they would like to retain those small retailers along South Main Street, north of Montague Expressway.

Man accused in fatal South San Jose stabbing may have fled to Mexico

A San Jose man accused of stabbing and killing another man in the city's south side is on the loose, police said. The fatal stabbing happened at around 12:20 a.m. Wednesday in the 300 block of Branham Lane East, police said.

Judge rules Willow Glen Trestle isna t historical enough to preserve

Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/February 3, 2017 The Friends of the Willow Glen trestle return to court this week to argue that the trestle is also historic under the substantial evidence standard. The Willow Glen Trestle's chances of hitting the century mark were significantly reduced earlier this month when a Santa Clara County judge ruled it isn't historical enough to preserve.

Deer meat was a big hit in limited offering last year

The venison steak for Arby's limited-edition sandwich is marinated, slow-cooked until tender and then topped with a wine sauce and crispy onions. Last year, Arby's ventured into venison territory, selling a special sandwich in what the company called five "hunting-centric" states where diners were likely to be familiar with wild game.

The Saratoga News takes a look into the history of three properties on Big Basin Way.

The Cloud-Smith Building located at 14501 Big Basin Way, was the Village's general store operated by Sam Cloud. He was the first person killed by the interurban streetcar, and his family sued for $25,000.

Bank of Italy tower in downtown San Jose draws investor interest.

An investor has bought a portion of 8 S. First St., a ground-floor section of the old Bank of Italy building in downtown San Jose, paying $3.2 million. The ground-floor lobby of the old Bank of Italy building, constructed in a Mediterranean Revival Beaux-Arts style architecture.

Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco on August 8th 2014.

The Chronicle will continue to keep readers up to date on events that have either been canceled or postponed because of the North Bay fires, as well as any benefits for fire victims. We will strive to update the story regularly.

Saratoga: Four vehicles stolen in related cases between Oct. 5, 6

Four vehicles were stolen within hours of each other in Saratoga between the evening of Oct. 5 and the early morning hours of Oct. 6, and the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department confirmed that two of the incidents are related. A truck and an ATV were stolen from Garrod Farms on Garrod Road, and a car on Vanderbilt Drive and one on Paul Avenue were also taken during the spree, according to a sheriff's report for the week of Oct. 2. The report stated that all incidents occurred between 5 p.m. on Oct. 5 and 7:30 a.m. on Oct. 6. The Vanderbilt Drive vehicle was recovered in the Garrod Farms area.

Monterey Bay Housing Trust backs Water Street rentals with $500,000 loan

Friday: 5-6 p.m. Rosie McCann's, 1220 Pacific Ave. "House People, Not Cars." Presentation by Campaign for Sensible Transportation. Email Rick Longinotti longinotti@baymoon.com Friday: 5:30-7:30 p.m. UC Santa Cruz Redwood Lounge across from Bay Tree Bookstore.

Editorial: Jerry Brown stops invasion of the cell phone antennas and other bad legislation

Pigeons on San Jose street lamps, like these on Santa Clara Street, will keep light poles to themselves since Gov. Brown vetoed Senate Bill 649 on cellular antennas. Pigeons on San Jose street lamps, like these on Santa Clara Avenue, Wednesday, July 5, 2017, may soon have company if Senate Bill 649 passes.

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