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Santa Clara is located in the center of Silicon Valley, and is home to the headquarters of many well known high-tech companies. Some other entities calling this city home are Mission College, Santa Clara University, the amusement park Great America, as well as the San Francisco 49ers' headquarters and practice facilities. In addition, Santa Clara owns and operates Silicon Valley Power, an electric utility.

Population: 102361
Local Newspapers: San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San Jose Earthquakes (MLS soccer) San Jose Sharks (NHL) San Jose Giants (California League baseball) Real San Jose (National Premier Soccer League)
Local Colleges: Santa Clara University Mission College

Zip Codes associated with santa clara, california: 95050 95051 95054
Towns/Cities near santa clara, california : Forest-Pruneridge Lawrence Burbank Sunol-Midtown Fruitdale

Santa Clara News
Santa Cruz Bear Fire 'Calming Down,' 50 Percent Contained

Before the sun rose on Tuesday, towering flames could be seen devouring trees as a blaze tore through hilly and rugged terrain of the Santa Cruz Mountains. The 391-acre Bear Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains is "calming down" and is now 50 percent contained, a Cal Fire division chief said Saturday morning.

Stolen Car Leads to Officer Involved Shooting in Santa Clara

Police in Santa Clara are investigating an officer-involved shooting that took place early Saturday morning after responding to a stolen car report. According to officials, at 1:40 a.m., Sunnyvale police were searching for a stolen vehicle when police officials spotted the car and attempted to pull it over by El Camino Real and Scott Blvd. Police say the suspect pulled over, waited for the officers to the step out and drove into the police car.

Key Technologies Gathering Real-time Data to Improve Sleep Quality

SANTA CLARA, Calif: The current sleep tech market is flooded with devices, sensors, wearables, and mobile applications that collect sleep data along with other physiological and lifestyle parameters. However, from a consumer standpoint, data collection is irrelevant if there is no action or direction that positively impacts sleep quality.

San Jose's historic Bank of Italy building draws investment interest

The exterior of the old Bank of Italy building in downtown San Jose near the corner of South First and East Santa Clara streets. An investor has bought a ground-floor section of the historic Bank of Italy building in downtown San Jose, a revival of the landmark tower.

Rain Aids in Fight Against Bear Fire in Santa Cruz Mountains

The flames, which sparked late Monday in the area of Bear Canyon Road and Deer Creek Road, are 35 percent contained, Cal Fire said. Cool, moist weather conditions have assisted firefighters in their containment efforts.

[session] Microservices: Choosing the Right Cloud | @CloudExpo @IBMcloud #AI #Cloud #DevOps

We all know that end users experience the Internet primarily with mobile devices. From an app development perspective, we know that successfully responding to the needs of mobile customers depends on rapid DevOps - failing fast, in short, until the right solution evolves in your customers' relationship to your business.

Federal judge denies Trump's motion to dismiss Seattle, Portland sanctuary cities case

A federal judge in Seattle Thursday denied President Donald Trump's motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the cities of Seattle and Portland, challenging his executive order that would cut federal funding to sanctuary cities who refuse to assist federal agents in immigration enforcement.( A federal judge in Seattle Thursday denied President Trump's move to dismiss a lawsuit the cities of Seattle and Portland filed that contends that Trump's executive order threatening to restrict federal grant funding to sanctuary cities is unconstitutional. Lawyers for the two cities countered that many direct threats have been made that Attorney General Jeff Sessions will enforce the executive order against Seattle and Portland.

Citrus crisis

Leaves show signs of Huanglongbing disease as they go from green to yellow. Photo courtesy of the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Santa Clara County schools preparing to split with fourth chief

Jon Gundry, who brought stability to the chaotic Santa Clara County Office of Education, appears to be on his way out as schools superintendent, over friction with board members and allegations of harassment. ng a mid-contract exit plan with Gundry, 62, according to several sources who declined to release confidential details.

Winning Amazon's second headquarters has pros and cons

Dozens of cities say they'll submit proposals to become home to Amazon's second headquarters by Thursday's deadline. Winning Amazon's second headquarters has pros and cons Dozens of cities say they'll submit proposals to become home to Amazon's second headquarters by Thursday's deadline.

Wait lists grow for affordable senior housing

That's a lot for Audrey Lippman, 94. She's been on the list for Eleanor Roosevelt Circle since January. "Nobody has died," she joked.

Corigine Unveils First Certified SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1 Gen 2 IP With M31 28nm PHY

SANTA CLARA, CALIF. –– October 18, 2017 –– Corigine, Inc. today announced its USB 3.1 Gen 2 PC host and device controller intellectual property is certified by the Universal Serial Bus Implementers Forum and compliant with USB SuperSpeed+, the fastest USB speed standard.

Intel closes its augmented-reality googles brand, Recon

Intel Corp has closed its Recon brand of augmented-reality goggles for sporting and industrial applications, according to people familiar with the decision. Intel Corp has closed its Recon brand of augmented-reality goggles for sporting and industrial applications, according to people familiar with the decision.

Santa Clara voted on - something

But did it? The Mercury News describes the vote as a rejection of the Fix, because Santa Clara's board conditioned its approval on "considering an approach" that incorporates one tunnel instead of two tunnels. The Sacramento Bee also describes the vote as a rejection of Brown's plan, though not prominently in the headline as the Merc did.

Report: 49ers' Foster, Armstrong safely flee allegedly armed men

Ray-Ray Armstrong and Reuben Foster reportedly saved their own lives Sunday by turning and running from several allegedly armed assailants. Mission Local's Joe Eskenazi reported Tuesday late afternoon that the two 49ers linebackers allegedly escaped would-be armed robbers by running away in a move several police officers praised.

Hitachi Vantara Launches Cloud Enabled Data Recovery Solution;...

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 17, 2017 -- Hitachi Vantara, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. , introduced today the latest version of its specialized data recovery platform, Hitachi Data Instance Director v6, which significantly modernizes IT environments and how data is protected. This newest version improves data availability i 1 2 a requirement for transforming an organization into a modern digital enterprise i 1 2 by supporting always-on service objectives.i 1 2i 1 2 Now generally available, HDID v6 unites operational recovery, business continuity, disaster recovery and copy-data management capabilities with business-critical application environments.

Thinking of getting a cat? Herea s what you can expect to pay

There are millions of cats now sharing home with humans, but there are plenty more waiting for a good home. Have you considered adding a cat to your household? Our last column explored the costs of owning a dog, so now it's time to examine expenses for our feline friends.

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