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Mineta San Jose International Airport posts another passenger traffic increase

    For the 20th consecutive month, passenger traffic increased at Mineta-San Jose International Airport.
    There was a 5.3 percent increase in travelers in August compared to the same month last year.
    Airport officials say a number of airlines reported significant increases in passenger activity on their nonstop flights during the peak summer months.
    Delta, Southwest, and Volaris have also added flights in San Jose.
    The largest loss was reported by Alaska Airlines which reduced service to both Los Angeles and Portland.  Full Story

San Jose police looking for pair of sexual assault suspects

    San Jose police are looking to the public for help in solving a case involving the abduction and sexual assault of a girl. 
    Police say the girl was sitting at a bus stop at Saratoga and Campbell Avenues Tuesday, when a silver or white van pulled up.
     Two men then reportedly pulled the girl into the van, sexually assaulted her, and then dropped her off just a block away. 
    The assault happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday Afternoon.  Full Story 

San Jose State paints Spartan logo at downtown intersection

    San Jose State University has painted a 15-foot Spartan logo in the middle of the intersection of East San Fernando and South Ninth streets.
    The university's Associated Students initiated the project as part of a series of measures to promote school spirit along University gateways.
    SJSU also worked with the city's departments of Transportation and Public Works, who reviewed and approved the pilot project.  Full Story

Google+ no longer required for Google account

    Signing up for a Google account no longer requires getting a Google+ social network account.
    When users sign up on Google, they'll now get the chance to say "No thanks" and opt out of Google+
    This reserves a policy that Google has had since January of 2012, where a Google+ handle was required to be part of the Google Network.
    Several tech sites and blogs say it's likely the complain realized the step didn't increase Google+ use all that much.  Full Story

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