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Bill to allow Bay 101 card club to leave San Jose dies in state legislature


    A bill allowing the Bay 101 card club to move out of San Jose to another city in Santa Clara County has died in the state legislature.  
    After being approved in the state Assembly, the legislation died in the Senate Rules Committee according to a spokesman for the measure's author.
    The bill would have allowed Bay 101 to move to another city in the county which is prohibited under current state law.
    Bay 101 is looking at moving to Milpitas after the city council voted last week to place a measure on the November ballot that would allow a cardroom in the city if voters approved it.
    Bay 101 officials have been looking for a new site because the current location near Highway 101 is slated to become a new office park.  Full Story
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San Jose police investigating double shooting


    San Jose police are investigating a double shooting early Sunday morning in the downtown area.
    The shooting occurred near the intersection of Second and East Santa Clara streets.
    Police say the men were standing on the sidewalk when an altercation broke out and two other men fired on the victims.
    One is in critical condition and the other one is in stable condition.  Full Story

3.5 magnitude quake jolts Gilroy area


    The Gilroy area got a bit of a jolt yesterday morning. 
    An earthquake that registered a magnitude 3.5 struck just after 9 a.m. Monday morning. 
    The U.S. Geological Survey says the tremor hit near the Caleveras fault about 6 miles southeast of Gilroy. 
    It was centered just under 3 and a half miles below the Earth's surface. 
    Gilroy police say they definitely felt the quake.  Full Story   

Alibaba to announce IPO price soon


    An IPO that many experts say will top Facebook will go forward later this month.
    Alibaba will name a stock price for its initial public offering sometime next week. 
    The Silicon Valley Business Journal says the Chinese online marketplace will go public on September 18th or 19th. 
    The number of transactions on Alibaba has topped those of both Amazon and eBay combined in recent month.  Full Story 



 
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