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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

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WWE Payback 2017: Match Card, Potential Spoilers, Predictions and More

Sunday's event is technically a Raw event, but SmackDown's Kevin Owens and Randy Orton will take the stage. Owens will take on Chris Jericho as he looks to keep possession of the United States Championship.

San Jose students lug water, raise consciousness

Carrying up to five gallons of water strapped to their backs, dozens of Independence High School students trekked around campus Friday to raise funds and awareness of the need for access to fresh water. Dipping buckets into Penitencia Creek, which runs through campus, students rigged ropes and carried their sloshing burden along a mile-long course.

Photo exhibit highlights when orchards ruled the valley

Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/April 20, 2017 Photographer Gabriel Ibarra has a new exhibit, "Valley of the Heart's Delight," on display at the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum through September. Ibarra has been documenting the changing valley for decades.

Construction of New BART Milpitas Station Ahead of Schedule

Construction workers with Santa Clara County's Valley Transportation Authority are on pace to open the first BART stations in the county six months ahead of schedule. Despite the Bay Area's historically wet winter, more than five years of drought before that gave construction crews more dry days to build, and they took advantage of the extra sunshine.

San Jose: VTA to reroute bus service for May Day march

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will reroute bus service Monday in response to the city of San Jose's plans to close streets for a massive May Day march. Upward of 10,000 people are expected to participate in the march, and Alum Rock Avenue and Santa Clara Street will be closed from King Road to Autumn Street, according to the VTA.

Pizarro: San Jose airport director gets stylish sendoff

Former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed, left, and Mayor Sam Liccardo, right, spoke in praise of Kim Becker, center, at a farewell for her on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, otuside the Montgomery Theater in downtown San Jose. Becker is leaving her job as San Jose's airport director to become CEO of San Diego International Airport.

Five are considered to be weighing a run for Councilman Don Rocha's seat when he terms out.

San Jose City Council Member Donald Rocha in the council chambers in San Jose, Calif., March 6, 2012. It's more than a year away, but the race for an open seat on the San Jose City Council that could sway the power balance on a council divided by labor and business interests is already taking shape.

SJ Flood Victims to Face off Against Politicians at Meeting

Tempers are likely to flare on Friday during a joint meeting between the city of San Jose and Santa Clara Valley Water District. At issue is why taxpayers shelled out millions for better flood protection only to recently watch their homes go underwater.

Opposition to program led by police unions, privacy advocates.

Legislation for a pilot program that would install speed-detecting cameras on the most dangerous traffic corridors in San Jose and San Francisco has been shelved after facing vociferous opposition and tepid support. Assembly Bill 342 did not make out of the Assembly Transportation Committee after a hearing held earlier this week.

Silicon Valley Organization honors two Willow Glen businessmen

Mike Blach, president and CEO of Blach Construction, was recognized as the Businessman of the Year by the Silicon Valley Organization on April 20. With Blach are SVO board chairman Dan Bozzuto, left, and president and CEO Matt Mahood. They were among eight prominent business leaders honored at the Silicon Valley Organization's annual flagship event April 20 at the San Jose Marriott Hotel.

San Jose: Willow Glen chef hanging up his toque

Who serves a croque monsieur, albondigas soup and tri-tip dressed with dry vermouth-spiked creamed spinach - in a sports bar? Joe Cirone, the creative chef-owner of the upscale Over Under sports bar in San Jose's Willow Glen, and previously the seasonal Hay Market restaurant. After six years of "pure WG fun," Cirone has announced that he is selling Over Under to devote more time to his growing South County family: wife Anne, one son and one coming.

San Jose motel shooting victim identified

A 22-year-old San Jose man has been identified as the victim killed in an unsolved motel shooting that also injured two other men over the weekend, authorities said. Police were called at 3:24 a.m. Saturday to the Motel 6 in the 1000 block of The Alameda, near Race Street, for reports of a shooting.

Police: Armless robot loses fight to drunk man

Knightscope K5 security robots patrol alongside a pier in San Diego. The robots are designed to sense intruders at odd hours.

San Jose: Council to mull illegal firework enforcement, housing voucher discrimination

From clamping down on illegal fireworks to curbing discrimination against renters with housing subsidies, San Jose elected leaders today will consider several new measures and development projects. With Fourth of July around the corner, the City Council today will hear a report about how officials plan to crack down on illegal fireworks.

Why facts still matter in immigration debate

A multi-faceted propaganda blast about illegal aliens and the crimes some commit permeates American news venues from internet blogs to the Presidential 2015 campaign announcement of Donald Trump New White House site touts successes of Trump's first 100 days Colbert jokingly thanks Trump for his first 100 days Trump warns Canada over dairy tax: 'We will not stand for this' MORE In it Trump blasted "some" Mexican immigrants for being "rapists" and "criminals;" Mexico, he said, was not sending its "best people" to the United States. Recent attempts to denigrate Mexicans, legal and illegally in the U.S., come from a former San Jose police detective in "The Hill" and from Bill O'Reilly's Fox News replacement Tucker Carlson .

San Jose man shot after charging officer with a knife arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

Khanh Tran, who was shot and wounded after reportedly charging at an officer with a knife, has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, police said. Police were called to Lewis and Senter roads around 12:35 p.m. Friday after reports of a man with a knife threatening people and then stabbing himself.

Milpitas Post Editorial: City-contracted garbage franchises get shuffled

About all that Milpitas residents can claim after all the dust has settled on the reshuffling as to who serves the community's garbage disposal needs is that we proved that we could punish the folks who own the Newby Island Landfill and cover the site at the end of Dixon Landing Road. There may be some non-economic value to the act of revenge against what has been deemed the main perpetrator of periodic odors in northern Milpitas.

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