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As part of the Silicon Valley, Sunnyvale is headquarters to several high-tech companies, and it is also home to several aerospace/defense companies. One of the first arcade video games, Pong, surfaced in September of 1972 in Sunnyvale. An interesting aspect of Sunnyvale is they have a single unified Department of Public Safety, where all emergency responding personnel are trained as firefighters, police officers, and EMTs.

Population: 131760
Local Newspapers: San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San José State University National Hispanic University California University of Management and Technology Lincoln Law School of San Jose San José City College Evergreen Valley College
Local Colleges: San Jose Earthquakes (MLS soccer) San Jose Sharks (NHL) San Jose Giants (California League baseball) Real San Jose (National Premier Soccer League)

Zip Codes associated with sunnyvale, california: 94086 94087 94089 95051
Towns/Cities near sunnyvale, california : Lowlanders Braly Corners Panama Park Wrightmost Corners San Miguel Waverly Park

Sunnyvale News
Funding to Travel Startups Nearly Doubles Over 18 Months

The forthcoming Phocuswright report, The State of Travel Startups 2017, highlights the astonishing influx of funding into travel startups over the past year and a half. In the first decade that Phocuswright tracked funding , travel startups attracted US$33 billion in capital.

A Silicon Valley CIO's conundrum: With mobile apps, do you build or buy?

Ann Dunkin took over as the CIO of Santa Clara County's municipal government five months ago, and ever since she has been absorbed by reorganizing and restructuring the county's IT functions. The county government, which serves more than 1.7 million residents, is working to revamp the online and mobile experience , whether it's for requesting a wedding license, paying property taxes, viewing restaurant inspection ratings or making reservations at the two municipal airports.

The Future IRL: Robot farmers do the dirty work

The US is facing an agricultural worker shortage, along with aging farm owners, at the same time it juggles demand in food from a global population boom. If we're being blunt, those elements added together would mean farmers and production are straight screwed.

Google boots out neo-Nazi website that attacked Charlottesville victim

A building photographed at 222 Caspian Dr. in Sunnyvale, California, Thursday, July 27, 2017 is one of at least 45 properties in Sunnyvale's Moffett Park that Google is buying, sites valued at a minimum of $800 million.

Want to win more than $350 million in the Lotto? There were choices

Baycrest Wines & Spirits bustled with customers Friday, Aug. 11, 2017 trying to cash in on Powerball and Mega Millions lotto drawings. For the first time ever, both the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots were stuffed with more than $300 million each, and Southern Californians were lining up to grab tickets.

Sunnyvale recognizes its residents with Community Awards

Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/July 29, 2017 Vice Mayor Gustav Larsson poses for a photo with Cumberland Elementary School Asst. Principal Laurie Carlson, back left, and Cherry Chase Elementary School Principal Anita Lee, along with students from both schools, after they were awarded for Outstanding Environmental Achievement.

Santa Clara County to look at expanding cold weather shelter services

File photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/August 16, 2016 Santa Clara County held a community meeting on Aug. 3 to receive input on the expanded use of 999 Hamlin Court, Sunnyvale, Calif., as a seasonal cold weather shelter. The County of Santa Clara is planning to keep its cold weather shelters open longer this coming season and to bolster the services and amenities provided to guests.

Adesto Technologies Corporation (IOTS) Lifted to "Buy" at Zacks Investment Research

The brokerage currently has a $6.25 price objective on the technology company's stock. Zacks Investment Research 's price objective suggests a potential upside of 17.92% from the stock's previous close.

Santa Clara group charged with selling pirated Pac-Man, other video...

The owner of a Santa Clara arcade-machine company and her associates have been charged with selling pirated video games - right under the nose of the Santa Clara company that actually owns the software. "These are thefts of ideas and innovation in Silicon Valley, the home of ideas and innovation," Santa Clara County prosecutor Erica Engin said.

One-time seasonal worker lands dream photo job at Yellowstone

In this June 8, 2017 photo, Yellowstone National Park photographer Jim Peaco, left, gives Sunnyvale, Calif., tourists Amanda and Stephen Chou a lesson in shutter speeds while photographing harlequin ducks in the LeHardy Rapids section of the Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. From garbage truck driver to seasonal slide librarian in 1984, Peaco finally got a toehold on a dream job: Yellowstone National Park photographer.

AMD Launches the Highest-Performance Desktop Processor, Ever, with...

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Aug. 10, 2017 -- Today, AMD released two models of its highly anticipated, Ryzen Threadripper high-end desktop processors, AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X. During an already record-setting year for the company through the successful launch of several award-winning Ryzen desktop processors for the AM4 platform, todays release of Ryzen Threadripper marks a major step forward in performance and features for the high-end desktop market, with the new processor exceeding the expectations of even the most demanding developers, researchers, prosumers, creators, and multi-tasking gamers.

New pay plan would give Brevard County employees 3.5% raises

They are trying the address the issue of relatively high turnover among county staff because of pay inequities, compared with other employers. New pay plan would give Brevard County employees 3.5% raises They are trying the address the issue of relatively high turnover among county staff because of pay inequities, compared with other employers.

City Lightsa a Lizziea fundraiser a bloody good time

A cake decorated with tiny, bloody axes was part of the desert at City Lights Theater Company's "Axes & Ohhs" fundraiser, which took its theme from the company's current musical production, "Lizzie." City Lights Theater Company made good use of the 19th century setting of its summer musical, "Lizzie," for its annual fundraiser on Saturday.

Palo Alto looks to advance plan for Caltrain 'grade separation'

Palo Alto has prioritized grade separation as the state's high-speed rail project has broken ground on the Peninsula and available funding through Measure B. Weekly file photo. Palo Alto's elected leaders have been talking for years about the need to separate the rail corridor tracks from local streets, a goal that is becoming increasingly urgent as Caltrain prepares to electrify its fleet and as the high-speed-rail project advances toward the Peninsula.

Herhold: How a Sunnyvale biology teacher dashed my dad's political dreams

Although I admire my father for braving the slings and arrows of a campaign, I'm glad he did not win. A couple of weeks ago, I got an email from Hal Plotkin, the Silicon Valley writer and activist.

One-time seasonal worker landed dream job at Yellowstone

In this June 8, 2017 photo, Yellowstone National Park photographer Jim Peaco, left, gives Sunnyvale, Calif., tourists Amanda and Stephen Chou a lesson in shutter speeds while photographing harlequin ducks in the LeHardy Rapids section of the Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. From garbage truck driver to seasonal slide librarian in 1984, Peaco finally got a toehold on a dream job: Yellowstone National Park photographer.

Former Sunnyvale mobile home park to become 108-unit housing project

A rendering of Atria, set for 1008 E. El Camino Real in Sunnyvale, currently the site of Nick's Trailer Park. The former Nick's Trailer Court in Sunnyvale will be transformed into a 108-unit housing complex with 22 units reserved for low-income families.

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