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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
This Week: Bike Advisory, San Jose Protected Bike Network, Women and Bikes

Monday tonight! Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting . The Committee meets to consider bicycle transportation projects and policies to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors, the Municipal Transportation Agency, the County Transportation Authority, the San Francisco Police Department, and other San Francisco agencies.

Brawl breaks out before Avaya Stadium soccer match

Violence erupted in a stadium parking lot before a soccer match Sunday in San Jose, according to a police spokesman. Police said officers responded to Avaya Stadium at 1123 Coleman Avenue just before 3 p.m. on reports of several people throwing rocks and bottles at each other.

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.

Adam Schiff: Democratic star with S.J. ties

The Democrats in Washington, D.C., suddenly have an unlikely breakout star: U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Burbank, a veteran legislator who is not as ideological as Bernie Sanders, not as confrontational as Elizabeth Warren, not as tarnished as Cory Booker. In truth, Schiff could be called geeky.

San Jose Police Investigating Suspicious Death Near School

San Jose police on Saturday are investigating a suspicious death after finding a man suffering from serious injuries near an elementary school, police said. Police were notified just after 10:15 a.m. that a man with "visible injuries" was down along the 900 block of Bard St., which sits directly next to the Toyon Elementary School.

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.

John Davoudi is hanging up his chef's whites after 39 years.

La Foret chef-owner John Davoudi embraces diners Sharon Morrone, left, and Cheryl Rando, both of San Jose, days before his retirement. Chef John Davoudi is closing his La Fort restaurant after 39 years, and sad but grateful customers by the hundreds - from generations of special-occasion diners to regulars who live within walking distance - have been flocking to this South San Jose hamlet with its rich mining history to say goodbye to the staff.

Daily News HomePage for Friday, March 24

This photo by Kathryn Flores of San Mateo, of her dog Dinah, was the first-place winner of the inaugural Petparrazzi contest, and raised raised $1,760 for the Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA. The 2017 contest begins on April 1. Those who know what the word "embouchure" means may want to visit West Valley Music, 262 Castro St., Mountain View, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, because Wayne Tanabe will be there for a meet-and-greet.

Bay Area storm: Rain in Friday forecast, but sunny skies on the horizon

Berta Cerna and her daughter, Valeria Cerna, 3, of San Jose, wait in the rain to catch a bus on East Santa Clara Street in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Another storm is making its way through the Bay Area on Friday.

San Jose Flood Protection Delay

Plans to better protect San Jose neighborhoods from flooding date back nearly 20 years and have cost tax payers millions of dollars, but not a single project has been constructed. An NBC Bay Area investigation reveals a lengthy planning process and lack of funding ultimately prevented those plans from ever being implemented.

Gas-Fueled Fire Guts South San Jose Mobile Home

Firefighters are investigating the cause of a gas-fueled fire that ripped through a south San Jose mobile home late Thursday. The blaze sparked around 10 p.m. in the Monterey Oaks Mobile Home Park on Old Monterey and Bernal roads.

Town hall in Campbell to address civic engagement, rights

District 28 Assemblyman Evan Low and members from various organizations are hosting a town hall meeting on April 1 focusing on civic engagement. The town hall will include speakers from the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Services, Immigration Rights and Education Network.

San Jose: Police investigating apparent pedestrian fatality

A man with "extensive injuries" was found lying dead in the gutter near 1st Street and Hawthorne Way late Thursday, authorities said. San Jose police received a 911 call about a body in the roadway at 7:50 p.m., said Lt.

Broadway hit 'Seminar' lands at Hammer Theatre

'Seminar,' a comedy by Theresa Rebeck, plays March 21-25 at the Hammer Theatre Center in San Jose. Pictured from left are cast members David Prete, Kaythi Win, Matthew Kropschot, Sarah Haas and Jacob Soss.

San Jose leaders ask community to help with flood victims

San Jose city leaders are calling on the community to help with the ongoing effort to find housing for those who were displaced due to the Coyote Creek flood. "Our goal is simple.

San Jose flood: A month later, 500 have yet to return home

More than a month after Coyote Creek spilled its banks and flooded surrounding neighborhoods, city leaders Thursday said some 500 families remain unable to return home and pleaded with property owners to help house them. "Unfortunately, we still have hundreds of families who cannot return home due to the damage caused by the recent floods - and the tight rental market in Silicon Valley has made it that much more challenging to secure housing for these families," Mayor Sam Liccardo said.

Blue Bottle Coffee headed to downtown San Jose

Blue Bottle Coffee: Most expensive: At Blue Bottle's Mint Plaza location, a siphon-brewed limited release Mwasa coffee is $8 for a small; $14 for large. The runner-up is the Nel drip -- an "esoteric brewing technique from Japan" that yields a 3-ounce volume cup -- is $10.

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