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Utah State Softball Set for Silicon Valley Classic II

PLAY BALL! Utah State softball (8-10, 0-0 MW) continues its 2022 campaign at the Silicon Valley Classic II in Santa Clara and San Jose, Calif. The Aggies will first face UC Davis (6-11, 0-0 Big West) and Santa Clara (6-11, 0-0 Big West) on Friday, March 11, at 2 p.m. …

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Sustainable Silicon Valley (SSV) Receives $300,000 Community Grant from California Air Resources Board (CARB) for Youth Air Quality Advocates (YAQA) Project in East San Jose to Combat Air Pollution

“Young people have the talent and the will to help us meet the challenges of climate change. The YAQA program is the perfect resource for our community to engage our students and empower them in their stewardship of our environment,” said the mayor of the city of San José Sam …

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Some Bay Area colleges are keeping COVID-19 mask mandates

Elementary, middle and high school students will soon be removing their masks, but young adults and their twenties will have to keep them on at some local universities and colleges. San Jose State and San Francisco State are among several Bay Area colleges that maintain stricter face-covering rules than the …

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Silicon Valley Hair Institute, an Innovative Hair Transplant Clinic in the Bay Area, Announces Content Update for Micropigmentation for Hair Loss in San Francisco

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a premier hair transplant clinic serving the Bay Area, announces new page content. Micropigmentation for hair loss could bring a new perspective to San Francisco residents. PALO ALTO, California – February 28, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a premier hair transplant clinic in the …

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Reedy, Gadjovich, Dzingel get first as Sharks beat Kraken – CBS San Francisco

SAN JOSE (AP) — Scott Reedy and Jonah Gadjovich each scored their first NHL goals, Ryan Dzingel scored his first with San Jose and the Sharks beat the Seattle Kraken 3-1 on Sunday night. San Jose goaltender James Reimer made 39 saves, including 17 in the first period, when the …

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How many homeless people will the Santa Clara County survey find?

Geneva Strickland used to bounce from street to street in North San Jose for more than six years before finding a place to live. Early Wednesday morning, Strickland returned to her old stomping ground with a new purpose: to count the number of people who are still homeless. “I want …

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Santa Clara County could support children who have lost parents to COVID

About one in 450 children in the United States has lost a parent or caregiver to COVID-19. A Santa Clara County elected official wants to make sure these kids aren’t forgotten. Supervisor Susan Ellenberg will ask the county at Tuesday’s board of supervisors meeting to establish a program to identify …

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New US 101 Express lanes open

SAN JOSE- The newly constructed segment of Express Lanes stretching from US 101/CA 85 in Santa Clara County north to Whipple Ave in San Mateo County will officially open Friday, February 11 with extended hours. 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays. . The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), Caltrans …

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Bay Area News Group Male Athlete of the Week

Welcome back to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & East Bay Time) Male Athlete of the Week Poll. For the entire academic year, we will provide a list of nominees who have stood out over the previous week and allow you, the reader, to vote for the …

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Bay Area basketball roundup: USF women top Pepperdine

Ioanna Krimili scored 25 points, Claudia Langarita added 20 and Kennedy Dickie had 13 points and 13 rebounds as host USF beat Pepperdine 78-57 on Saturday for its sixth win in seven games. The Dons (12-11, 6-5 WCC) took a 12-point lead in the first quarter and extended the lead …

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Chilean gang rob wealthy Atherton homes – CBS San Francisco

ATHERTON (KPIX) – At least six burglaries of wealthy Atherton homes in January have been linked to Chilean gang members in a crime spree stretching from northern California to San Diego County. “They are particularly targeting affluent communities like Atherton,” Atherton Police Chief Steven McCulley said. READ MORE: COVID: Pfizer …

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Silicon Valley Transit Agency adopts COVID vaccination policy for workers

January 28, 2022 Amid rising COVID-19 infections, VTA will require its 2,000 employees and contractors to be fully vaccinated by April 29. The transit agency, which hinted at a vaccination policy was in preparation last week, the mandate announced on Thursday. Employees who obtain an approved medical or religious exemption …

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Silicon Valley Reads theme proves perfect for 2022

As a member of the advisory board of Silicon Valley Reads, I will admit some skepticism when we discussed the 2022 theme last fall. “The Power of Kindness, Resilience and Hope” seemed like, well, 2021. Kindness is always a good thing, but surely we would have outgrown the need for …

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Activists renew their calls against the construction of a new prison in Silicon Valley

In a latest push to oppose plans for a new Santa Clara County jail, local residents and advocates are using a new avenue to shame elected officials for wavering on important issues: a comedy skit. Led by Show up for Racial Justice in the South Bay (SURJ), about 30 people …

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Silicon Valley lawmaker’s single-payer health care plan faces ‘uphill battle’

January 17, 2022 A bill proposing a single-payer public health care system, which would be the first in the country if passed, has broad public support. But we don’t know if that will be enough to cross the finish line. Assembly Bill 1400, also known as CalCare, would address issues …

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Silicon Valley event calendar changes due to COVID-19

While the latest COVID-19 surge doesn’t appear to be hitting with the severity of previous spikes — at least in the Bay Area — it has wreaked havoc on restaurants and bars with sick employees, and it’s having an effect. drive through Silicon Valley arts and entertainment schedules too. Some …

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Bay Area health experts reflect on evolving guidelines – CBS San Francisco

Daly City woman comes face to face with a mountain lionResidents of the Daly City peninsula are on high alert after dozens of cougar sightings. Maria Cid Medina spoke to a woman who described a close encounter with a cougar in her backyard. 5 minutes ago COVID: Bay Area health …

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Why Silicon Valley can’t escape Elizabeth Holmes

SAN JOSE, Calif .– In 2016, start-up founders sang, “Theranos doesn’t stand for, we’re better,” in a vacation video created by venture capital firm First Round Capital. Over the following years, several columnists wrote that Silicon Valley shouldn’t be blamed for Theranos. Last month, Keith Rabois, a venture capitalist, said …

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San Jose faces Detroit in 3-game road skid

San Jose Sharks (17-15-1, sixth in the Pacific) vs. Detroit Red Wings (15-15-3, fifth in the Atlantic) Detroit; Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: San Jose travels to Detroit in a bid to end their three-game road slide. The Red Wings are 11-5-2 at home. Detroit ranks 10th in the …

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‘Gaylapalooza’ Celebrates Local LGBTQ + Community Center – The Mercury News

The Silicon Valley / San Francisco LGBTQ Employee Resource Group Alliance ‘Gaylapaloza’ fundraiser returns live and in person, taking place on Sunday January 9 at the Hammer Theater in downtown San Jose. The event began over a decade ago as an effort of last resort to raise funds for a …

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New food delivery services in the Bay Area continue to launch. Can they compete with companies like DoorDash?

Bay Area diners have never had more options for ordering food at their favorite restaurant. These new companies are different from on-demand delivery apps like DoorDash and Grubhub, which deliver hot food to customers within miles of restaurants. They typically sell cold dishes, which customers buy a day or more …

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SLO with Silicon Valley in Congress Redistribution Maps in California

WASHINGTON The California commission charged with redrawing the state’s legislative boundaries linked rural San Luis Obispo County to Silicon Valley hubs in its recent congressional map projects. As redistribution – the process by which congressional districts are reconfigured to match new census demographics – comes to an end, a new …

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Bay Area residents gear up for the wet morning commutes as more rain showers target this weekend

Bay Area residents braced for a soggy ride Thursday morning as persistent downpours continued to drench the area, ending more than a week of wet weather. Another storm is forecast for this weekend, with a chance of rain all next week and more snow in the forecast for the Sierra …

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San Jose Police Arrest ‘Prolific Thieving Team’ for Crimes Targeting Asian Women – CBS San Francisco

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – Six members of a violent thieving squad have been arrested and charged with hate crimes and other charges related to more than 70 incidents of theft, burglary and theft targeting Native Americans Asian in the South Bay, San Jose police said on Wednesday. In the …

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Here’s how much you need to earn to be ‘rich’ in the Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Being “rich” could be seen as subjective; there may not be a definitive amount of money to be made to be considered rich. Recent data analysis by Go Banking Rates shows how much it takes to be considered “rich” in 50 US cities. Three of the …

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Q Analysts named one of Silicon Valley’s fastest growing private companies

SAN JOSE, California, December 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Q Analysts, a quality leader focused on QA and testing for consumer devices and applications and Ground Truth data services for artificial intelligence and machine learning, announced today ‘hui that it was ranked among the fastest growing private companies in …

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Air quality in Bay Area collapses as inversion layer traps pollution – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – It wasn’t a filter over San Francisco Bay today, it was particles clogging the horizon. “It’s very bad and disturbing because there are no wildfires – you can barely see beyond Treasure Island,” said Kim Blake, who was visiting from Phoenix. READ MORE: Smash-And-Grab thieves …

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London investors seize San Jose buildings for $ 780 million

SAN JOSE – A London-based investment firm has bought three office buildings north of San Jose for nearly $ 800 million in a deal that marks Silicon Valley’s biggest real estate purchase of 2021. AGC Equity Partners bought the trio of buildings in a section of the Coleman Highline office …

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Christmas in the Park 2021 – NBC Bay Area

Christmas in the Park returns to downtown San Jose for the 2021 holiday season with a new holiday light drive-thru at Lake Cunningham Park. Christmas in the Park is open daily until January 2, 2022, from noon to midnight, including Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, and is free. Each year, …

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Store burglaries are rife in the Bay Area; two women arrested here – Palo Alto Daily Post

BY BRADEN CARTWRIGHTDaily Post Writer Palo Alto has been caught in a wave of organized burglaries in the Bay Area, and law enforcement is teaming up to stop the mobs of thieves. Most of the thieves fled although two women were arrested in Menlo Park after fleeing an attempted break-in …

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Silicon Valley Institute Announces New Bay Area Hair Transplant Reviews to Reach Milestone

The Silicon Valley Hair Institute is proud to announce new positive reviews of hair transplants on social media. We are very proud to see new five star hair transplant reviews for our clinic on online review sites. There are now over twenty reviews on Google and over thirty on Facebook. …

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San Jose Mineta International’s New Parking Reservation System Ready

The number of travelers entering and exiting San Jose’s Mineta International Airport is steadily increasing as the pandemic abates. SJC expects more than 400,000 air passengers to pass through the gates during the Thanksgiving travel period, which spans 11 days. To help deal with the parking congestion, the airport laughed …

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San Jose immigration consultant suspected of immigration fraud – NBC Bay Area

The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday that a 36-year-old woman from San José has been arrested on suspicion of immigration fraud. Jasmine E. Sanchez visited the sheriff’s office on Saturday and is awaiting a future court date on suspicion of crimes such as robbery, theft under false pretenses …

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Former Silicon Valley executives accused of fraud

SAN JOSE (KRON) – The Justice Department said it indicted two former Silicon Valley tech executives last week with fraud. Kevin Chao and Richard Sze, who were arrested on October 28, began working for Company-1, an industrial automation company that provides hardware and software services, when their old company was …

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MTC – NBC Bay Area

The roads in the Bay Area aren’t improving, but at least they’re not getting worse, according to data released Tuesday by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission on the area’s pavement quality. The MTC, the transportation planning, financing and coordination agency for the Nine County Bay Area, rated its 2020 pavement condition …

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The supply chain crisis has hit the Bay Area

Nathan Rundel ordered a new refrigerator for his home renovation in Orinda in April. It won’t arrive until January and it doesn’t even have a delivery date for its new dishwasher. This aggravation is exponentially higher in his role as president of Build Group, a huge entrepreneur in San Francisco. …

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Former Defense Secretary Mattis Applauded ‘Young Elizabeth’ But The Blossom Has Happened – Silicon Valley

Retired four-star General and former U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis wrote admiring messages to Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes after she told him about her startup’s technology, but after joining the board, he came to question his promises, heard jurors at Holmes’ criminal fraud trial. Wednesday. “There just came a …

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Bay Area High School Football Week 1 Friday Coverage

Wilcox’s Luther Glenn (8) runs for a 78-yard touchdown against Valley Christian High School in the first quarter at Wilcox High School in Santa Clara, Calif. On Thursday, August 26, 2021. (Nhat V. Meyer / Bay News Group of the region) Wilcox’s Luther Glenn (8) breaks a pass to Valley …

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This entrepreneur is ready to manufacture her robots designed in Silicon Valley in Bangladesh

Rudmeela Nawsheen wants to pioneer robot manufacturing in Bangladesh and revolutionize agriculture with transparent blockchain-based supply chain August 25, 2021, 10:15 a.m. Last modification: Aug 25, 2021, 2:18 PM Rudmeela Nawsheen wants to make robots in Bangladesh. Photo: Courtesy “> Rudmeela Nawsheen wants to make robots in Bangladesh. Photo: Courtesy …

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TheatreWorks makes a splash with pirate-themed gala

Hey, if people can get back together in person, why not do it disguised as pirates? That was certainly the sentiment behind TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s “Pirates of the Shores of Redwood” gala last Saturday, where around 120 supporters reached out to their inner Jolly Roger and raised over $ 150,000 …

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White House officials call on Silicon Valley companies to develop, deploy and commercialize climate solutions at SVLG summit | national news

SAN JOSE, California, June 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, senior White House climate officials highlighted the critical role Silicon Valley businesses will play in addressing the climate crisis at the Race to Net Zero Summit, presented by PG&E and Genentech. It included an urgent call from Special Presidential …

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San Francisco Giants MiLB Review, 6/20/21

The San Francisco Giants Minor League affiliates had a hot and cold day on Father’s Day, with two great wins and two very bad losses. Here is the recap. AAA Sacramento (16-23) Sacramento River Cats defeat Salt Lake Bees (Angels) 9-5The score of the box The Giants have prioritized depth …

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Silicon Valley pantry demand remains high

As California recovers from job loss from the pandemic, pantry demand in San Jose remains at an all time high with no signs of abating. “We are not seeing a significant decrease (in the need for a pantry),” said Cat Cvengros, spokesperson for the local food bank. Second harvest in …

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Bay Area COVID-19 Rent Relief Programs Slow Start

Two months after the state launched COVID-19 rental assistance programs for low-income renters, Bay Area towns and counties are opening individual programs to keep poorer residents at their home. Last week, San Jose and Santa Clara County launched their $ 60 million program to reach out to renters experiencing homelessness. …

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See the real faces of Silicon Valley

Through Mary Beth Meehan and Fred turner Mary Beth Meehan is a freelance photographer and writer. Fred Turner is Professor of Communication at Stanford University. The workers of Silicon Valley rarely resemble the idealized men in its tradition. They are sometimes heavier, sometimes older, often female, often darker skinned. Many …

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Report – NBC Bay Area

As more adults continue to be vaccinated against COVID-19, infection rates are dropping across the country. But according to new figures from the American Academy of Pediatrics, COVID-19 infections in children remain stubbornly constant. At Live Oak Park in Santa Clara, kites fly on a Friday night and families walk …

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Worker visits are at 26.1% of the pre-pandemic level

A growing number of states are lifting trade constraints as more Americans are vaccinated against COVID-19, leading people to shop, dine and travel. But the resumption of activity was extremely slow: working from the office. The number of employee office visits in 10 major cities reached 26.1% of the pre-pandemic …

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