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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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Agency insists that Willow Glen Trestle should remain on historic register

Despite a judge's determination that the Willow Glen Trestle isn't historical enough to save, a state agency is sticking to an earlier decision that it does have historical merit. San Jose city officials had asked the California Historical Resources Commission to reconsider its unanimous decision that the 95-year-old bridge deserves a spot on the state's Register of Historic Resources, but the panel wasn't swayed to change its mind following a hearing Friday.

San Jose: City moves to shut down two churches selling pot

The Coachella Valley Church in San Jose, Calif., claims to be one of the first federally recognized Rastafarian Cannabis churches in the United States. San Jose is about to crack down on two churches that apparently are selling marijuana despite not having permits to do so, Councilwoman Devora "Dev" Davis said Monday.

Hawaii escape tells his story after being recaptured

Awaiting extradition near Sacramento, Randall Saito-the man police call a "violent psychopath"-spoke out about why he fled his mental hospital for a shot at freedom "I decided to run away and come to the mainlanda and to live as long as I can on the money that I had." Saito said.

Rainfall totals for Bay Area cities

Pedestrians cross Fourth St. at Paseo De San Antonio during a wet morning in San Jose, California, on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. An "atmospheric river" has delivered moderate rains through the morning hours.

Big Sunnyvale campus Apple leases is bought for $100 million

Aerial photo of Sunnyvale Research Center, a 224,000-square-foot office complex in Sunnyvale consisting of four buildings that are fully leased to tech giant Apple. A big office complex in Sunnyvale that Apple leases has been bought for $100 million.

Hawaii escapee tells his story: I wanted to prove myself

WEBVTT BUT SHE IS ALSO SHAKEN UPBY DISCOVERING WHO HE IS.>> I AM SHAKEN UP.SOMEBODY LIKE THAT WAS IN MY CAPWITH ME.>> WHEN HE CALLED FOR ACATASTROPHIC HE WAS IN NEED OF ACELL PHONE.CREXENDO CAN TO WALMART.CRIPES THIS CAP DRIVER AS TOREMAIN ANONYMOUS AS SHE RECALLEDA CONVERSATION SHE HAD WITH HIM>> I SAID ARE YOU FROM STOCKTON,HE SAID NO FROM HAWAII.I TOOK A PLANE TO SAN JOSE.THEN A TAXI BROUGHT ME TOSTOCKTON.CHRISTIAN AS IF HE WOULD BEVISITING FAMILY.>> HE SAID HE HAS A FEW.>> HE HAD NO INTENTION OFSTAYIN LONG INSTEAD WANTING TOGO TO THE STATE LINE WANTING ACAR ASKING IF SHE WOULD TAKEHIM.SHE SAID SHE WOULD IF HE COULDPAY FOR THE RIDE.EVENTUALLY SHE TOOK THEM BACK TOHIS HOTEL EXPECTING A CALLTODAY.THAT WAS UNTIL SHE SAW THE NEWS.>> I WAS LAYING IN BED AND I SAWON THE NEWS THIS GUY ESCAPE FROMHAWAII AND IT WAS EVERYTHING HETOLD ME.I RECOGNIZED HIS FACE AND THATWAS THE GUYS IN MY CAP.>> I ... (more)

Police Report: Rash of auto burglaries, man arrested for counterfeiting

Theft: On Nov. 13 at 8:23 p.m. at N. Santa Cruz and Nicholson avenues. A woman was arrested on an outstanding warrant for theft of personal property.

Wobble til you gobble at Run Turkey Run 5K/10K

The Run Turkey Run 5K/10K in Almaden Valley raises funds for sports teams and other programs supported by the Bret Harte Middle School Boosters Club. Everyone is invited to break a sweat before feasting at the sixth annual Run Turkey Run 5K/10K in Almaden Valley on Thanksgiving.

Around Town: RIP TechShop San Jose: What comes next?

TechShop San Jose, at 38 S. Second St., closed for business on Nov. 15, 2017, along with the DIY maker space's other locations nationwide in advance of a bankruptcy filing. Downtown San Jose has been the victim of bad planning before, but sometimes it's just plain bad luck.

Santa Clara: Motorcyclist killed in crash on San Tomas Expressway

A crash Wednesday evening on San Tomas Expressway involving a motorcycle and minivan claimed the life of a 31-year-old San Jose man, according to the California Highway Patrol. At about 5:25 p.m., Singh was riding a 2012 red Triumph motorcycle north on San Tomas and was stopped at the intersection of Scott Boulevard, according to the CHP.

San Jose: Lawsuit filed against police over undercover gay sex stings

A notable gay-rights attorney has filed a civil-rights lawsuit against the San Jose Police Department over undercover lewd-conduct stings targeting gay men more than a year after a judge threw out six cases and deemed the "decoy" operations unconstitutional. While the complaint filed last week in federal court seeks monetary damages of at least $1 million for the five of the six defendants cleared by the June 2016 ruling of Judge Jose S. Franco, attorney Bruce Nickerson is seeking class-action status for the lawsuit, and is hoping it will help end the practice by police overall.

Charles Manson reportedly in grave condition at Calif. hospital

Manson lived in Haight-Ashbury during the Summer of Love. He might have heard folk singer Joan Baez serenading tourists and hippies at the corner of Haight and Ashbury streets in September 1967.

Hawaii acknowledges failures after dangerous patient escapes

The search for a dangerous man who escaped from the Hawaii psychiatric hospital moved to California after authorities said Tuesday he boarded a fligh... . This undated photo provided by the Maui Police Department shows Randall Toshio Saito.

Hawaii acknowledges failures after dangerous patient escapes

A dangerous Hawaii psychiatric patient who escaped a state hospital and flew to California before being captured Wednesday has prompted an investigation into why employees appeared to fail to do their jobs. Dr. Virginia Pressler, director of the Hawaii Department of Health, said an internal inquiry indicated that workers inadvertently or intentionally neglected to supervise Randall Saito and notify their supervisors.

Holiday giving 2017: How you can help

Here's how you can help: Asian Americans for Community Involvement: is accepting new and unwrapped gifts for low-income families served by our domestic violence and human trafficking program, Asian Women's Home through Dec. 15. We are seeking $50 Target gift cards, non-violent toys, activity sets, board games, athletic equipment, and more. Monetary donations are also welcome.

Big drive afoot to rename Almaden library after Pat Dando

Picture is former San Jose vice-mayor Pat Dando, who died in July 2017 of lung cancer. Almaden Valley residents are petitioning to rename the Almaden Library Community Center in her honor.

Man arrested for San Bruno hit-and-run rollover collision

San Bruno police Monday said they arrested a San Jose man in connection with a hit-and-run collision that caused a vehicle to roll over. The collision occurred Thursday just after 7:30 p.m. when a vehicle struck another vehicle at San Bruno Avenue near Seventh Avenue, according to police.

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