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Inmate briefly escapes from Santa Clara County authorities


    May 27, 2015--An inmate escaped from Santa Clara County authorities for a brief time yesterday.
    Santa Clara County Sherrif's authorities are still trying to determine how 26 year old Eric Nelson got out of his handcuffs, even after he was cuffed to another inmate on a bus from Elmwood Jail to the Terraine Street courthouse. 
    Nelson ran off the buss when it pulled up behind the courthouse, but was captured 10 minutes later near Guadalupe River Park. 
    Sherrif's officials say they are transferring Nelson from Elmwood to the county maximum security jail on West Hedding Street. 
    Charges of escape and resisting arrest have been added to drug offenses he is already facing.  Full Story
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High cost of Silicon Valley living has people looking to the Pacific Northwest


    May 27, 2015--The cost of living in the Valley is driving well-paid tech workers to search for new homes outside of California, according to a new report out today. 
    Redfin, a Seattle-based real estate brokerage company, analyzed home search behavior via data from it's site.
    Redfin found a surge of tech workers from Silicon Valley are looking for homes outside of California.  Full Story

Ro Khanna plans to re-challenge Mike Honda for congressional seat


    May 27, 2015--A rematch appears to be set in the race for California's 17 congressional district in 2016. 
    Ro Khanna plans to officially start a new campaign to defeat congressman Mike Honda.     
    The campaign launch is set for Saturday morning at Santa Clara City Hall. 
    Mike Honda defeated Khanna last November in a highly anticipated runoff between rival Democrats. 
    Khanna raised $801,000 dollars in the first three months of 2015.  Full Story   

U.S. Supreme Court rules against Cisco in patent infringement case


    May 27, 2015--Cisco Systems' appeal of a patent infringement trial has been dealt a blow by the U.S. Supreme Court.
    The high court overturned a lower court ruling that Cisco should be allowed to mount a good faith defense against claims made by Commil USA, which was awarded $64 million by a jury in 2011.
    Cisco argued that it believed the wireless network patent in question was invalid.  Full Story



 
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