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Levi's Stadium field being entirely re-sod


    The field at Levi's Stadium is being re-sod entirely, after a slippery San Francisco 49ers practice Wednesday.
    Coach Jim Harbaugh ultimately called the public practice short due to players losing their foot and divots forming in the field.
    So the field was ripped up, and the team is re-sodding a field with assurances the stadium will be game-ready by Sunday's pre-season contest against the San Diego Chargers.
    The field surface was just four months old.  Full Story
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San Jose man arrested on suspicion of fatal hit and run


    A 25-year-old San Jose man has turned himself in to authorities following his alleged involvement in a fatal hit and run collision over the weekend. 
    Police say Christopher Uchicua hit 51-year-old Son Hoang Nguyen in the area of Senter Road and Balfour Drive around 9:51p.m. on Sunday. 
    Police Sgt. Heather Randol tells KLIV, as of now, Uchicua is charged with a felony hit and run charge.
    But she adds his alleged actions following the accident will be considered in the case.
    Randol says investigators believe Nguyen might have been riding a bike when he was hit.  Full Story 

Mark Zuckerberg donates to two Peninsula school districts


    Two Peninsula school districts are benefiting from the education-focused philanthropy of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
    Both the Ravenswood City School District and Redwood City School District will get $1 million from Zuckerberg.
    The donations are part of the $120 million Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan pledged to give to Bay Area education through their charity organization Startup: Education.
    Ravenswood district officials says its $1 million will largely be used to improve student literacy and for professional development of teachers.  Full Story

Tech workers in Silicon Valley and Peninsula top earners in the nation


    Silicon Valley and Peninsula continue to be the best paid employees in the nation, on average.
    The mid-Peninsula area comes out on top, as tech workers on average earned $291,000 in 2013.
    That is down 5 percent from 2012.
    The figures calculated from the Bureau of Labor Statistics by commercial real estate firm JLL include salary, stock options, and other benefits.
    In Santa Clara County, the average annual salary for a tech worker stands at $196,000.  Full Story



 
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