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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
Driver Fleeing Police Hops Center Divider, Struck by Car

A tow truck driver works at the scene of a fatal collision on Highway 101 in Sunnyvale. A male driver being chased by police late Monday in Sunnyvale was struck by a car after he hopped out his sedan, jumped the center-divider and ran into oncoming traffic, according to the California Highway Patrol.

a oeWings of Freedoma heritage aircraft and veterans at Moffett Field

Precious and fragile, twin survivors of World War II gathered at Moffett Field on Sunday: brave old men and their cherished machines. Together in their youth, the fighters and aircraft helped win a war that raged across six continents and led to today's technologies such as jets, ballistic missiles, medical miracles, and computers.

One car in 10 is the target of a break-in, and 1.5 million parking tickets are issued annually.

Smash-and-grab car break-ins are particularly prevalent in San Francisco's downtown and Union Square areas, above, and at Fisherman's Wharf. Q I moved to SOMA in San Francisco from lovely Sunnyvale a year ago.

Palo Alto seeks resident input on rail design

As Caltrain prepares to electrify its trains and potentially share space with California's new high-speed trail system, Palo Alto is moving ahead with its own ambitious plans to address the impacts from these regional projects. For city officials, the complex task comes with a sense of urgency.

El Camino Hospital board restructures by adding two appointed positions

The El Camino Healthcare District board of directors gave itself a shakeup Monday when it opted to add two appointed positions, thus creating equal representation between elected and appointed members. The board voted unanimously to restructure its makeup and rescind its CEO's ability to vote on matters.

This Saturday: Palo Alto kicks off community soulsearching on grade separations

On Saturday, May 20, the City of Palo Alto is kicking off a community process to consider options for the places where the Caltrain tracks cross the roadway. Separating the train tracks from the roads would improve safety and convenience for people driving cars, walking and bicycling.

AMD Unveils Expanding Set of High-Performance Products and...

SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 16, 2017 -- Today at its Financial Analyst Day, AMD detailed the next phase of its long-term growth strategy focused on delivering products and technologies for a combined $60 billion market for PCs, immersive devices, and datacenters.   / EIN News / --  "Our long-term technology roadmaps position AMD to take advantage of the major shifts in the technology industry and deliver significant financial returns," said AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su .

Thyrm Supports C.O.P.S. Through Limited Edition Products

SUNNYVALE, Calif. - - Thyrm is offering Blue Line Editions of their popular CellVault and SwitchBack product lines featuring a law enforcement color scheme.

Fortinet unveils new federal arm

Global cybersecurity company Fortinet has started a new standalone subsidiary focused on the federal government market in an effort to gain independence and specialization for the company's cyber products among U.S. public sector agencies. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based security product maker's announcement comes days after the global "Wannacry" ransomware attack that affected tens of thousands of computers worldwide and more than a dozen hospitals in the U.K. Fortinet Federal will also have its own board of directors that will offer oversight of the company's work to fulfill compliance requirements needed to do business in the federal market.

Construction has begun on Sunnyvale affordable housing project

Construction began May 9 on an affordable housing project in Sunnyvale that will be named after the first female mayor in California. Edwina Benner Plaza will be at 460 Persian Drive and will be four stories tall with 66 units, 13 of which will be permanent supportive housing units reserved for homeless applicants.

An Interview with Richard Lin, CEO of Microbiome Wellness Company Thryve

Based in Sunnyvale, California and established less than a year ago, wellness company Thryve is attempting to revolutionize the way in which individuals understand and interact with their microbiomes. Thryve offers gut testing kits and direct-to-consumer supplements to assist with balancing the bacterial, yeast, and viral content of a characterized microbiome, with the aim to implement personalized solutions to optimize individual health in the near future.

Cobbler and other shops at Sunnyvale strip mall have a few more weeks before closures

Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/May 9, 2017 Barry Shepard shares some laughs with longtime customer Craig Lincoln, who brought in two pairs of his wife's shoes to be repaired before the shop permanently closes at the end of May. Longtime owner of Barry's Shoe Repair in Sunnyvale, Barry Shepard, is closing his doors on May 31 after 31 years. The strip mall that he's located in, at the corner of S. Pastoria Avenue and El Camino Real in Sunnyvale, will be torn down sometime in June.

Another Sunnyvale Eichler neighborhood will be a single story onlya

Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/April 27, 2017 Twenty-nine single family home lots are petitioning the city to rezone their neighborhood in Sunnyvale as one-story exclusive. Twenty-nine single family home lots successfully petitioned the city of Sunnyvale to rezone their neighborhood in as one-story exclusive.

Comprehensive sex-ed curriculum coming to Santa Clara County schools

Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/May 5, 2017 Cupertino Middle School seventh-grade science teacher Rachel Nolan with the Life Science book she is currently using to teach her students about sexual education. This book has four pages that will teach seventh-graders about parts of the male and female anatomy, how a woman becomes pregnant and childbirth.

Sunnyvale senior affordable housing site is undergoing improvements

Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/April 27, 2017 Crescent Terrace, a three-story, 48-unit affordable rental housing for low-income seniors, will be getting $600,000 from the city of Sunnyvale for rehabilitation projects on the property. Crescent Terrace, a 48-unit affordable rental housing project for low-income seniors, is getting an update thanks to more than $1 million in loans from the city that were recently bumped up an additional $100,000.

After initial stumbles, Trump orders overhaul of federal cybersecurity

Twenty-one days past its self-appointed deadline, the Trump administration Thursday ordered a cybersecurity overhaul that mandates broad reviews of the nation's cyber vulnerabilities and gives the military greater responsibility for the safety of computer networks. President Donald Trump's long-delayed executive order will force 190 federal agencies to ditch outdated computer systems and migrate toward one centralized network, with much data and processing in the "cloud," or through shared digital access.

Robocalls Flooding Your Cellphone?Here's How to Stop Them

An unfamiliar number appears on your cellphone. It's from your area code, so you answer it, thinking it might be important.

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