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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
Two executives at a Fremont-based employment firm are accused of...

Two Bay Area tech executives are accused of filing false visa documents through a staffing agency in a scheme to illegally bring a pool of foreign tech workers into the United States, An indictment from a federal grand jury unsealed on Friday accuses ayavel Murugan, Dynasoft Synergy's chief executive officer, and a 40-year-old Santa Clara man, Syed Nawaz, of fraudulently submitting H-1B applications in an effort to illegally obtain visas, according to Brian Stretch, U.S. attorney for the Northern District of California. The men are charged with 26 counts of visa fraud, conspiracy to commit visa fraud, use of false documents, mail fraud and aggravated identity theft, according to prosecutors.

San Jose: Deputies hailed for helping rescue human trafficking victim

Three Santa Clara County sheriff's transit deputies will be recognized later this spring for helping save a 17-year-old girl from possibly being a victim of human trafficking. Cody Cogliandro, John Rizqallah and Chris Tolbertson were working in downtown San Jose on Feb. 28 when they stopped a vehicle and became concerned about a teenager in the passenger seat.

Santa Clara police: Parole search turns up home hash lab

A parole search of a Santa Clara man turned up an apparent hash-oil lab running out of a garage at his listed residence, according to police. Special Enforcement Team detectives with the Santa Clara Police Department said they were conducting a routine parole search of Mark Villarreal at a home in the 2000 block of Jackson Street on March 17 when they found him sitting in a car in an open residential garage.

Sunnyvale: Bishop Elementary mural could be removed during renovations

Linda Gilbert stands next to the mural she painted at Bishop Elementary School with 'a lot of help from the community.' Gilbert is concerned that renovations at the school puts the mural in jeopardy of being covered over.

Internal Affairs: San Jose Councilman Tam Nguyen accused of wiretapping by political rival

Tam Nguyen, talks to members of the Vietnamese community as they wait at the Santa Clara County Hall of Justice in San Jose to attend a bail hearing for Ly Tong on July 23, 2010. Nguyen is one of Tong's lawyers.

Intel Ramps Up AI Investment With Formation Of Artificial Intelligence Products Group

Intel is deepening its investments in artificial intelligence and scaling up its research efforts around AI, announcing on Thursday a new Artificial Intelligence Products Group. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company's AI organization will align resources including engineering, labs, software and other products to build out its AI portfolio under vice president and general manager Naveen Rao.

Why has Jackson, Miss., been labeled 'the fattest city' in the US?

The top 20 cities on the list are all in the southern United States, with Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue coming in at the bottom. A California man exercises with a jog along the beach as surfers head into the ocean in La Jolla, Calif.

Warm Springs station

For BART riders and Fremont residents, the opening of Warm Springs/South Fremont station on Saturday - more than two years after officials had hoped to start service - can't come soon enough. "We've been watching for a year now, and as they've had their delays, it's like 'Oh, come on, hurry up and bring it online,' " said Fremont resident Ian Venechanos.

Reuel Van Atta estate

To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate, or both, of REUEL VAN ATTA. A Petition for Probate has been filed by: RENN VAN ATTA in the Superior Court of California, County of SANTA CLARA.

The Israeli Economy's Got Intel Inside 44 minutes ago

Intel Corp.'s investments in Israel were already shaping the country's growth statistics, even before its record acquisition last week. The world's largest chipmaker agreed to pay $15 billion for Jerusalem-based Mobileye NV, a maker of semiconductors and software for driverless cars – the most ever paid for an Israeli tech firm.

Three correctional officer killers at South Bay Trial

Rafael Rodriguez, left, Jereh Lubrin, center, and Matthew Farris, right, are the three Santa Clara County correctional officers accused of murder in the beating death of inmate Michael Tyree. Rafael Rodriguez, left, Jereh Lubrin, center, and Matthew Farris, right, are the three Santa Clara County correctional officers accused of murder in the beating death of inmate Michael Tyree.

Pizarro: Great America ready to open season, new floorless roller coaster

This rendering shows what Patriot, the new floorless roller coast at California's Great America, will look like when the ride opens April 1, 2017. Patriot, the newest roller coaster at California's Great America, will make its debut April 1, just a week into the park's 41st season.

Silvaco at MIPI I3C Plugfest to test its Dual Role Master, Advanced Slave, and Autonomous Slave cores

WHAT: Silvaco will be participating in the first MIPI I3C Plugfest to verify interoperability of its Dual Role I3C Master, Advanced I3C Slave and Autonomous I3C Slave cores. The plugfest will offer the opportunity for early adopters of the new MIPI I3C standard to engage in initial interoperability testing between Master and Slave devices.

What is ALS? An update on the disease afflicting Dwight Clark

ALS is short for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which is also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Dwight Clark, a former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver, says he has it.

Muslim supporters turn out in South Bay

Audience members raise their hands during a speaker for "Hands Around the Mosque" at the Muslim Community Association in Santa Clara, Calif. on Sunday, March 19, 2017.

Pizarro: How Rod Diridon got his stolen bike replaced after 34 years

Former Santa Clara County Supervisor Rod Diridon, left, on his restored Steyr Clubman bicycle, with son Rod Diridon Jr. and grandkids Avery and Rodney in front of their Santa Clara home. Rod Diridon, Jr. recently presented a beautifully restored Steyr Clubman bicycle to his father, former Santa Clara County Supervisor Rod Diridon , for his 78th birthday, completing a project that was more than 34 years in the making.

Santa Clara: Police accused of mishandling encounter that ended in 24-year-olda s death

Few people could light up a room like Jess Alberto Geney Montes, the 24-year-old Santa Clara man shot and killed by a police officer earlier this month, friends and family said. "He just had that natural smile, that Colgate smile," said Rodolfo Lopez, who befriended Geney Montes when he moved to the United States from Columbia in the mid-2000s.

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