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Santa Clara and Sunnyvale police agencies working to stop gold necklace thefts


    November 21, 2104--A string of thefts where gold jewelry is plucked right off the necks of women in Sunnyvale and Santa Clara has gotten so bad that the two cities' police agencies are working together to bring an end to them.
    Over the past six months, there have been more than 50 cases where a suspect runs up to a woman brandishing a weapon, grabs the jewelry, and runs off.
    Many of the victims are Indian, so Santa Clara police and Sunnyvale public safety officials have hired Hindi and Punjabi translators to get the word out to as much of the community as they can.
    The suspects in the thefts have been described as black or Hispanic men in their early 20s.
    Both police agencies are urging the community to report the necklace-grabbing crimes right away.  Full Story
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Thanksgiving holiday travel period begins today at Mineta San Jose


    November 21, 2014--Thanksgiving holiday travel is projected to increase by 7 percent this year at Mineta San Jose International Airport, with an estimated 350 thousand passengers flying in and out of the airport between today and December 2nd.
    Airport spokeswoman Rosemary Barnes tells KLIV beginning today, there will be entertainment in the terminal for travelers: live music will be played in the terminals from today through Thanksgiving Eve.  Full Story

Menlo College makes offer for Sunset Magazine headquarters and gardens


    November 21, 2014--The headquarters building for Sunset Magazine in Menlo Park might be saved by Menlo College.
    College President Richard Moran says they could retain Sunset's buildings and gardens, while using part of the site for faculty housing and classrooms.
    The proposal is one of several received by city officials since Time, Sunset's parent company, announced last week that it would put the seven acre site up for sale.
    The site is zoned for commercial use, including professional and administrative offices.  Full Story

LinkedIn hasn't yet moved into new Sunnyvale campus


    November 21, 2014--Two months after LinkedIn said they would move into their new campus on Maude and Mathilda avenues in Sunnyvale, the six-story tall buildings remain unoccupied. 
    The company hasn't said when they will now move into their 560,000 square foot campus but according to a Sunnyvale city spokesperson, they have finalized tenant improvements for Building D on Maude Avenue, and is planning to move employees into there soon.
    The LinkedIn campus has stirred up some opposition from neighborhood groups who are concerned about the traffic impact to the area.  Full Story



 
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