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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.
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 JosÃ© 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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Uprooted San Jose Flood Victims Seek Help at Service Center
San Jose residents whose lives were uprooted and homes, cars and belongings were destroyed by a historic flood are now getting a chance to receive free services and thousands of dollars to restore their lives. Since an assistance center opened its doors Saturday at the Shirakawa Community center on Lucretia Avenue, there's been a steady stream of people, a lot of whom have lost everything.San Jose Flood Photos: Dramatic images of this weeka s disaster
Emergency crews pump water from flooded streets at South Bay Mobile Park Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, in San Jose, Calif. Emergency crews pump water from flooded streets at South Bay Mobile Park Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, in San Jose, Calif.'Making of a Gangsta' film to be shown
"Making of a Gangsta," a movie featuring gang members explaining why they joined gangs, will be shown at 7 p.m. March 9 at the Santa Clara County Office of Education, 1290 Ridder Park Dr., San Jose. Film Director Adam T. Ybarra, a native of East San Jose and former team chaplain for the Oakland Raiders, will introduce the film and discuss it afterward.Broadway San Jose Announces 2017?18 Season, including the Rent 20TH Anniversary Tour
Broadway San Jose, a Nederlander Presentation, announced today the six productions that will comprise the lineup for its 2017-18 season -- Broadway's under the sea spectacular DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID , the Tony and Grammy Award-winning Broadway hit BEAUTIFUL - THE Carole King MUSICAL , Jonathan Larson 's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning masterpiece RENT 20TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR , Lincoln Center Theater 's Tony Award-winning production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's THE KING AND I , Andrew Lloyd Webber 's spellbinding sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, LOVE NEVER DIES , and the breathtaking smash-hit musical FINDING NEVERLAND .'This happened in my city. I am responsible': San Jose mayor vows to fix alert issues in flooding
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo assumed responsibility Friday for failing to properly notify thousands of residents who were forced to flee as floodwaters inundated their neighborhoods this week. Days after widespread flooding in central San Jose triggered mandatory evacuations for 14,000 residents, Liccardo called for an end to "the bureaucratic finger-pointing."San Jose mayor promises to hold hearing on flood
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo promised to hold a public hearing to address communication issues that led to over 350 people having to be rescued by firefighters from their flooded homes on Tuesday. "The bureaucratic finger-pointing stops today," Liccardo said at a news conference Friday morning.San Jose mobile home park, apartment reopen after flooding
Crews pumping floodwater back into Coyote Creek and inspecting thousands of evacuated homes in San Jose have "made a lot of progress" Thursday afternoon, assistant city manager Dave Sykes said in a news conference. "The goal here is to get as many residents back into their homes as possible, as soon as possible," Sykes said.Weekly wrap-up: Mud encases San Jose, California, after flooding;...
In San Jose, more than 220 residents were rescued. Streets turned into rivers as water levels approached the top of some vehicles.San Jose flood: Stranded horses now on dry land, but no evacuation took place
As video of 28 stranded horses standing in flood waters at Cooksy Family Stables near Kelley Park was repeatedly aired on TV and shared on social media, concerned animal lovers inundated the city's animal care department with phone calls. People wanted to know why the horses were being left to stand in the same contaminated water that caused the mandatory evacuation of 14,000 San Jose residents who live along Coyote Creek.San Jose flood evacuees head back home. What's next?
A coating of mud and debris remains after flooding damaged homes along Rock Springs Drive in San Jose, Calif., on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. As thousands of San Jose residents forced to flee as the Coyote Creek spilled over began to return to their homes on Thursday, many face a scary scenario: What parts of my house and which possessions inside have been damaged by water? What has been lost forever? What can be salvaged? And how can we start to put our lives back together again? "When homes are flooded and lives upended, treasured possessions such as family heirlooms, photos, and other keepsakes become more cherished," says an article on FEMA's website.Thousands of San Jose, California, residents allowed home after flooding
Wil Henninger cuts a carpet soaked in flood water inside the home of neighbor Judy Georges after an overflowed Coyote Creek flooded neighborhoods and prompted an evacuation in San Jose, California, U.S., February 22, 2017. Neighbors Alfredo Azevedo and Gordon Smith push flood water to a storm drain after Coyote Creek burst its banks and flooded nearby neighborhoods and prompted evacuation of more than 14,000 residents in San Jose, California.Sharks to donate $20,000 to assist San Jose flood relief efforts
The Sharks announced Thursday they will be making a $20,000 donation via the Sharks Foundation to the San Jose Flood Victims Relief Fund. The money will go to support nonprofit organizations "providing immediate and long-term relief and recovery assistance to flood victims in San Jose," according to a team news release.Storm system that hit California moving into the Midwest
Gusty winds whip up snow during a winter storm Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 in Casper, Wyo. Gusty winds whip up snow during a winter storm Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 in Casper, Wyo.Some San Jose residents return to waterlogged homes
Some residents returned home to sort through waterlogged furniture, toys and clothing after being abruptly evacuated when a surging creek carrying engine fuel and sewage water inundated thousands of homes in San Jose. With water levels from Coyote Creek receding Thursday, officials said some of the 14,000 evacuated residents would be allowed to return home, although an evacuation order remained for parts of the city.Some San Jose Residents Return to Waterlogged Homes
Some of the 14,000 people ordered to evacuate due to rising flood waters in San Jose returned to their homes late Wednesday only to find how much damage was done to their neighborhoods. Ian Cull reports.'It was like I was looking at an aquarium': San Jose flood victims tell their stories
Thousands of people were ordered to evacuate their homes early Wednesday in San Jose as floodwaters inundated neighborhoods and forced the shutdown of a major highway. Thousands of people were ordered to evacuate their homes early Wednesday in San Jose as floodwaters inundated neighborhoods and forced the shutdown of a major highway.Flooding Forces More Evacuations in San Jose, California
"Although the rain has largely stopped, flooding is continuing along Coyote Creek as reservoirs continue to spill, and creek flow is extremely high", the city said on its website . It runs along the hillside east of USA 101 toward groundwater recharge ponds near Metcalf Road.
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