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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.

Population: 948279
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 José State University

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San Jose News
Several Fires Ignite Along Interstate 680 in San Jose

Firefighters battle one of at least 13 small fires along Interstate 680 in San Jose on Saturday night. An investigation is underway after several fires ignited along Interstate 680 in San Jose on Saturday night, according to the California Highway Patrol.

San Jose: City tweaks system for reporting illegal fireworks

Several residents on Garrison Circle in San Jose were recently reported by unknown neighbors for allegedly setting off fireworks in June and July, and were issued citations for hundreds of dollars. Pictured from left: Amy Guzules, Sally Phan and her husband Michael.

Immigration activists push Congress to act on DACA

From phone banks in Silicon Valley to rallies in Washington, D.C., immigration activists this week are intensifying demands that Congress pass Dream Act legislation before the end of the year in order to protect the country's 800,000 DACA recipients from deportation. Thousands of immigrants and advocates rallied at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday calling on GOP lawmakers to pass bipartisan legislation that would provide protections for DACA recipients or "Dreamers" after President Donald Trump ended the program in September.

Pizarro: San Jose crossing guard gets 80th birthday surprise

Crossing guard Bob Pfaff, with his daughter Dawn Sawkins and his grandchildren, got a surprise this week when students and families at Los Alamitos Elementary School in San Jose celebrated his 80th birthday with cards, gifts and a banner. Retired San Jose teacher Bob Pfaff has been a crossing guard at Los Alamitos Elementary School for eight years now, but Tuesday was a morning at work unlike any other.

Bay Club Los Gatos, Marin raise $70,000 for Wine Country fire...

Alice 97.3 host Hooman Khalili interviews Santa Clara County Fire Capt. Rob Hecocks during a fundraiser for Wine Country fire victims that was held Dec. 1 at Bay Club Courtside in Los Gatos.

Porch package poachers pinched, cueing darker side of holidays

This surveillance image shows a woman allegedly stealing a package from the front of a South San Jose home. She and an alleged accomplice were arrested in late November for a series of related thefts.

BART Discusses Tunnel Options for Downtown San Jose

The city of San Jose on Thursday could learn more about BART's plans for building a tunnel under the South Bay city as the transportation agency continues its expansion project. BART's Board of Directors is expected to discuss how to connect the yet-to-be-opened Berryessa Station with future stops planned in or near the downtown San Jose area.

Plus: One commuter says it's easier to bike on Central Expressway than drive.

Q: I've been commuting on Central Expressway from San Jose to Sunnyvale for over two years. In the past few months, there seems to have been a sudden change in the amount of traffic congestion and I can't figure out why.

Campbell Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Running Over Best Friend

A Campbell woman on Wednesday pleaded not guilty to mowing down her friend and killing her after a night of allegedly heavy drinking. The June death marked the city's first homicide in two years.

City Council puts temporary ban on retail marijuana

On Tuesday, the Mountain View City Council voted to put a temporary moratorium on pot businesses while city staff drafts regulations. An exception for marijuana deliveries could roll out in January.

Internal Affairs: Two more candidates jump into council race to unseat Tam Nguyen

Two more candidates on Wednesday jumped into a highly-anticipated City Council race, forcing Councilman Tam Nguyen to fend off five challengers in his re-election bid - including a political rival from the past. Omar Vasquez , 37, said he decided to run for City Council to advocate for immigrants and San Jose's working poor.

Pizarro: Bay Area cops team up with kids for holiday shopping spree

Lt. Heather Randol, of the San Jose Police Department, helps Heidi Nunez, 8, shop during the annual Shop with a Cop Heroes and Helpers Shopping Spree held at the Target store in San Jose, California, on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. The event was sponsored by Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley.

Wish Book: Rebuilding homes and lives after a flood

Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley seeks funds to repair mobile homes - one of the last affordable housing options in Silicon Valley Quan Mei Huynh, left, and her sister Sang Diec Ma leave Ma's home at the South Bay Mobile Home Park in San Jose, Calif. on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017.

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Tong Tho walks along Santa Clara St. during a cold morning in San Jose, California, on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017. Near freezing temperatures are expected overnight.

Booksin school shooting sparks parents' outrage

Nicholas O'Connor, 21, of San Jose, was arrested on suspicion of shooting at security cameras at Booksin Elementary School in Willow Glen on Nov. 28, 2017. Willow Glen parents are demanding tougher security measures and better communication from San Jose Unified School District officials after a 21-year-old man was arrested last week on suspicion of firing a shotgun at Booksin Elementary School surveillance cameras.

Push to Name San Jose Street After Former President Obama

A petition with the goal of renaming a San Jose roadway after former President Barack Obama is starting to gain some traction. Alex Shoor is helping to orchestrate the name change effort in hopes of celebrating the 44th president's legacy and inspiring the next generation of leaders.

San Jose hotel purchase suggests hot Silicon Valley lodging market

A big Holiday Inn north of downtown San Jose has been bought by a New York-based group in a nearly $62 million deal that points to a healthy hotel market in Silicon Valley. SJ 1st Street Hotel - a group controlled by White Plains, N.Y.-based real estate investment firm True North Management - paid $61.75 million in cash on Dec. 4, county records show.

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