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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
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Santa Clara News
No. 13 Gonzaga rolls over Santa Clara

Junior guard Josh Perkins scored 17 points on 6-of-7 shooting to lead No. 13 Gonzaga to a 75-60 victory over Santa Clara on Saturday in West Coast Conference play at Santa Clara, Calif.

Editorial: VTA and BART should commit to single tunnel in downtown San Jose

BART's Berryessa Station, shown under construction in July, will open this year - but struggles over the next phase to downtown San Jose are under way. It had the first automatic train control system when it opened.

Santa Clara Police Arrests 2 In San Jose After Routine Warrant...

Santa Clara police arrested two people in San Jose on Wednesday after locating one who had known prior offenses and finding that she and another individual were under the influence of stimulants, police said. At approximately 11:30 a.m., an SCPD officer was conducting a warrant and probation check on the 2100 block of Gold Street when the officer observed Tosha Bailey, a woman well known to law enforcement for numerous arrests, near a car in the motel parking lot, according to police.

Sunnyvale now responds to 911 texts as well as calls

Sunnyvale residents who find themselves in emergency situations where calling 911 could be difficult or dangerous now can send a text for help. The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety and the California Highway Patrol's Golden Gate Division will respond to emergency texts as well as calls.

Interview: Intel VP On Channel Executive Reshuffling, Changes To...

Partners should expect more big changes down the road as Intel continues its transformation from a PC-centric company to one focusing on data, cloud and the Internet of Things, said Ricardo Moreno, Intel's vice president of channel sales. 2017 was already a year of change for the channel, but Moreno hopes to continue the transformation in the coming year as the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company tries to connect partners, educate them around new areas of expertise, and build a stronger focus on the company's ecosystem.

1 Oz. Coffee opens in Mountain View

The Santa Clara resident said she's been looking to open in Mountain View for several years. The Castro Street space was previously occupied by juice bar The Liquid Menu and then vegan cafe The Phoenix.

Their specialty? Bone-in ribeyes, filets, prime rib and more

Santa Clara's newest steakhouse will specialize in bone-in steaks, chops and prime rib. The restaurant team that brought bone-in steaks and prime rib to Fremont is expanding its upscale concept to Santa Clara.

Map: 'Lucky Lotto Bandits' burglaries

A group of six men dubbed by authorities as the "Lucky Lotto Bandits" has been tied to more than 30 burglaries of gas stations and convenience stores where they allegedly stole rolls of Lotto Scratchers, cash, cigarettes, and in some instances, entire cash registers. While investigators from San Jose police - along with Santa Clara and Campbell police, the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office and California Lottery security and law-enforcement division - suspect a trail of burglaries spanning from the South Bay to Gold Country, they have formally linked 32 cases to the group.

More than 100,000 women are expected to march in Bay Area cities this weekend.

Sara Shepard, of Santa Clara, and others listen to speeches during the Women's March rally at Plaza de Cesar Chavez Park in downtown San Jose, Calif., Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. International Women's Day is celebrated on the steps of City Hall in San Francisco, Calif., Wednesday, March 8, 2017.

An empty wine bottle and a fish gone bad

The bull elk was caught by the horns in a barbed wire fence. But lucky for the big bugler Oklahoma Game Warden Josey Branch was there, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC].

Roadshow: El Camino repairs may be a year away

El Camino Real ranks high among the worst roadways in the Bay Area. Q: When in the name of new asphalt will the city or state re-pave El Camino Real in Santa Clara? It's a disgrace to those who live and work in the valley.

Pizarro: VTA finally offers users a free ride with transfer

One of the Valley Transportation Authority's Bus Rapid Transit buses makes a stop at the King station along the new Alum Rock-Santa Clara route. The VTA rolled out some changes at the start of the year, and it's the usual mixed bag.

Traffic stop allegedly leads Santa Clara PD to human trafficking

Click through to see violent crimes reported by Bay Area cities in 2016, starting with the cities that reported the highest incidents of violent crime. Statistics from the FBI Uniform Crime Report for 2016.

Erratic driver stop allegedly leads Santa Clara police to human

A man suspected of forcing a 17-year-old runaway into prostitution was arrested Saturday in Santa Clara after police pulled him over for erratic driving. Taylor William Ward, 25, of Lathrop was booked into jail on suspicion of human trafficking, child endangerment and pimping, said Capt.

Massive Developments Get Green Light in South Bay

Two massive developments in the South Bay got the green light Tuesday after San Jose and Santa Clara agreed to drop lawsuits holding things up. Each was worried the other city's development might bring in too many people too quickly.

State moves step closer to downsizing Delta tunnels project

The twin tunnels would take water from the Sacramento River and transport it under the Delta. See which islands and rivers they would cross.

Flu deaths rise, patients pack emergency rooms

The emergency room at Good Samaritan Hospital has been so packed with patients suffering from miserable flu symptoms the past few weeks, with incoming ambulances lined up outside and hospital rooms jammed, the staff has gone to its "Code Green" nearly every day. Hospital CEO Joe DeSchryver has picked up a broom to sweep out emergency rooms for the stream of patients.

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