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Downed power lines and fire cause big traffic problems in Sunnyvale


    Downed power lines and a fire caused road closures and traffic headaches this morning in Sunnyvale.
    CHP says downed power lines set a power pole and nearby trees and brush on fire at 6 a.m. at the southbound 85 offramp to Homestead.
    Live wires fell across the lanes of the roadway, and all lanes of northbound and southbound highway 85 were shut down by 6:30 a.m. while emergency crews handled the fire and power lines.
    All lanes were re-open by 8 a.m., but the closures caused heavy traffic backups during the morning commute.  Full Story
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San Jose fire crews respond to propane storage fire


    Fire crews responded to an abandoned propane storage facility last night, after a massive fire broke out near Downtown San Jose. 
    Crews responded to the blaze around 11:20pm late Sunday night. 
    The abandoned storage yard at 295 East Virginia Street, stores canisters ranging from 5 to 300 gallons in size. 
    Fire crews believe that a nearby vegetation fire creeped into the yard, where it heated up the tanks, releasing propane into the air.  Full Story

Argument in Morgan Hill reportedly leads to shooting


    An argument between two men in Morgan Hill escalated into gunfire Friday. 
    Morgan Hill police say the two men had been arguing outside an apartment complex on the 15000 block of La Alameda Drive. 
    Around 8 p.m., police got a call about a man down in the street. 
    The man was flown by helicopter to a hospital with a non life threatening gun shot wound to his abdomen.  Full Story

Zillow buys Trulia


    NEW YORK (AP) - Real estate website operator Zillow is buying competitor Trulia in a $3.5 billion all-stock deal. 
    The combined company will keep both the Trulia and Zillow brands. 
    The companies say there's limited consumer overlap of their brands, as about half of Trulia.com's monthly visitors don't visit Zillow.com.
    Both companies' boards approved the deal, but their shareholders still must approve it. 
    The transaction is targeted to close next year.  Full Story
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