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The iconic 125-year-old Lick Observatory on Mount Hamilton near San Jose, California, is facing the threat of closure.
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The Flamenco Society of San Jose hosts "Flamenco in Concert" on Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. at Historic Hoover Theater, 1635 Park Ave. Alberto Marques & Company are special guests for this evening of music, song and dance of Andalucia in the South of Spain.
A San Jose high school marching band and color guard is persevering a day after being robbed of thousands of dollars at its weekly Bingo fundraiser event, a color guard director said Thursday.
About 200 people gathered in a Catholic church in Sunnyvale Thursday to attend a solemn funeral mass for Anthony Garcia, the 17-year-old who died when a vehicle collided with his bicycle in San Jose on Dec. 3. The Rev.
Western Division, 4 p.m. Dec. 5 Officers working gang suppression detail stopped a suspicious vehicle on Plum Street and searched a male occupant, a sex registrant who was on probation for kidnapping.
Hobee's will close its doors Jan. 5, but two new restaurants are already lined up to open at the Pruneyard in the near future.
The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office and all other law enforcement agencies in the county are offering a holiday present to those with non-violent misdemeanor criminal and traffic warrants during the month of December.
A prayer held Wednesday for homeless people who died from hypothermia also turned into a call for action to prevent anyone else from freezing to death.
After being on the lam for 17 years, a former San Jose couple flew back from Pakistan, surrendered to federal agents and pleaded guilty to bank fraud on Wednesday, officials said.
Rollover crash in Half Moon Bay claims a life . This is the third automobile fatality on Highway 1 between Half Moon Bay and Devil's Slide in two weeks.
Generous donors will be doing their best Saturday to "Stuff the Bus" at the annual Toys for Tots drive at San Jose's Christmas in the Park.
San Jose's proposed medical marijuana ban is dead, but now the city must decide on how to regulate dispensaries San Jose policymakers during a late-night Tuesday city council meeting rejected a proposed ban on marijuana dispensaries, instead voting 8-3 to enact stricter enforcement rules take 90 days to craft a complete regulatory framework for the ... (more)
The deaths of four homeless men in the cold has left many Silicon Valley residents wondering what they can do to help.
Just as a new statewide survey finds widespread support for legalizing marijuana, San Jose officials are talking about taking steps that would likely shut down most of the city's 80 medical cannabis outlets.
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital , out of room at its six-year-old specialty center in Los Gatos, has purchased a 63,000-square-foot medical complex in the West Valley for $24.5 million.
Hoping to shore up its shrinking police force, the City Council on Tuesday officially named a widely respected veteran insider as the city's new chief and handed out raises worth nearly 11 percent to its police officers.