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San Francisco Giants win World Series


    October 30, 2014--You can officially call them a dynasty, the San Francisco Giants are once again on top of the Baseball world.
    Fans packed civic center Plaza in San Francisco to watch the Giants win Game 7 of the 2014 world series, capturing their third world title in 5 years. 
    Madison Bumgarner sealed the 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals by pitching 5 shutout innings in relief, getting the win along with the MVP award. 
    The Giants became the first team since 1979 to win game 7 of the world series on the road. 
    The Giants World Series Parade is set for Friday at noon in San Francisco.  Full Story  
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Mitpitas city council candidate's email perceived as death threat


    An email sent by a Milpitas city council candidate has come under fire for what a termed-out city councilman took to de a death threat, after the words "lifeless or in prison" came up in the email.
    San Jose Inside reports the email sent by Rajeev Madnawat was sent to Armando Gomez, largely to express his criticism of Gomez forming a political action committee funded by developers to help real estate agent Deepak Lalwani and and daycare provider Marsha Grilli in their runs for city council.
    In the strongly worded email, Madnawat said that he knew some of the same developers and that "when it comes to their business interest, they will not think twice before they throw you in the sewer."  Full Story

Mineta San Jose's curfew blasted by aviation consultant in two emails


    October 30, 2014--The midnight flight curfew at Mineta San Jose International Airport is being blasted by an aviation consultant in a pair of letters sent to the city council's Rules Commitee and the NFL.
    The upcoming Super Bowl to Levi's Stadium is bringing the issue into focus.  Full Story

Tesla closes deal for Nevada gigafactory


    October 30, 2014--Tesla has closed a deal with Nevada for 980 acres of land outside of Reno for its massive lithium battery factory, also known as the "gigafactory."
    The Palo Alto-based company has begun pouring concrete for the 5 billion dollar mega-structure, which is expected to end up between five and seven million square feet.
    The Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center is giving the land to Tesla for free.
    In return, Nevada will pay for right-of-way and construction of a four-lane freeway from the gigafactory to Highway 50.
    The facility is expected to be completed in 2020.  Full Story



 
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