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Newark Memorial High teacher reprimanded for threatening tweets


A written reprimand has been given to a teacher at Newark Memorial High School for posting threatening tweets against students.  Full Story

San Jose fire crews battle brush fire


San Jose fire crews responded to an apparent grass fire last night that was getting close to a building near Mineta San Jose International Airport.  Full Story  

Santa Clara County gives funding to cold weather shelter efforts


Santa Clara County has doled out funding to non-profits who help provide shelter to the homeless during the cold winter months.  Full Story
  

San Jose police evacuate block after grenade is found


San Jose police evacuated at least one apartment complexes yesterday afternoon after a person found a grenade in a home in the 2000 block of Lucretia Avenue.  Full Story

Mistrial declared in second San Jose "thrill kill" trial


A judge has declared a mistrial in the trial of a San Jose teenager accused of helping another teen fatally stab a fellow Santa Teresa High School student.  Full Story

More water conservation measures to be considered by San Jose City Council


The San Jose City Council will consider some additional water conservation measures today in light of the ongoing drought.  Full Story

Tougher illegal fireworks restrictions to be considered by county Supervisors


A proposed ordinance to toughen restrictions on illegal firework use in unincorporated Santa Clara County goes before the Board of Supervisors.  Full Story

New field to be installed again at Levi's Stadium


It's coming down to a question of bandera bermuda or Tifway grass at Levi's stadium in Santa Clara.  Full Story

Fatal crash in Santa Cruz Mountains believed to be DUI-related


There was an early morning fatal accident in the Santa Cruz Mountains this morning, in what police suspect was a DUI crash.  Full Story

San Jose city council to consider recycled water-to-groundwater plan


An emergency drought declaration will be considered by the San Jose city council tomorrow, and with that they'll consider using recycled water treated at sewage plants to help restore groundwater supplies.  Full Story

Cleanup efforts begin in Napa following 6.0 earthquake


Cleanup efforts are underway in the Napa area following yesterday's 6.0 earthquake.  Full Story

Significant Earthquake Rocks Bay Area


A magnitude 6.1 earthquake, centered in the American Canyon area of the North Bay rattled buildings and nerves across Northern California early Sunday morning.  Full Story