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02/16/2024
King Road, a six-mile street bounded by Berryessa Road to the north and East Capitol Expressway to the south, is slated for improvements. From 2018 to 2023, eight people, including an infant, were killed on the road.

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02/09/2024
Incumbent Councilmember Domingo Candelas, Surinder “Suri” Kaur Dhaliwal, Sukhdev Bainiwal and Tam Truong spoke to about 50 residents at a forum hosted by the community’s democratic club.

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02/07/2024
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The San Jose City Council approved a new ordinance that would allow law enforcement to charge those in unlawful possession of catalytic converters.

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02/07/2024
The San Jose City Council unanimously approved allocating $200,000 to remove roughly 20 people living by the Guadalupe River Trail and work with community partners to encourage residents to frequent the trail.

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02/05/2024
Two San Jose cannabis dispensaries, MedMen and Herbs, have temporarily closed—and the city stands to lose millions in revenue if they go out of business.

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02/03/2024
For three years West San Jose residents have been fighting the city over construction of a Costco in their neighborhood, especially when there are four others just minutes away.

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01/19/2024
Under San Jose’s Focus Area Service Team program (FAST), a six-month pilot program that aims to address blight in six neighborhoods that have historically received the most complaints for exterior code violations, residents can receive fines ranging from $250 to $1,000 for common issues such as junk and furniture in front yards visible from the street, graffiti, inoperable vehicles and overgrown vegetation.

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01/19/2024
Months after work crews removed tattered tarps and worn wraps from a languishing, historic former church in downtown San Jose, preservationists are worried city officials have lost urgency around protecting the building for the long term.

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01/18/2024
A historic race for the District 2 seat on the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors may shape how residents in East San Jose vote in the March primary, with two local Vietnamese leaders vying for the job.

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01/17/2024
An analysis by San JosĂ© Spotlight found that of the 1,122 claims filed by residents over the last three years, the city settled 208. Of that 208, 123 were car accidents—56 of which involved San Jose police officers.

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01/17/2024
The federal government dished out $88 million in grants to California school districts for electric buses, but San Jose schools lost out.

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01/16/2024
Downtown San Jose’s Pacific Motor Inn is transforming from a hotel that once used to shelter people from COVID-19 into a massive mixed-income apartment complex.

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01/15/2024
In celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy, the African American Community Service Agency in San Jose aims to connect residents with educational and supportive services.

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01/14/2024
There's something improbable about the existence of Poor House Bistro in San Jose, as if the fates were playing a game of chance with unlikely twists and turns that made this stellar New Orleans-themed restaurant land in the center of Little Italy.

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01/11/2024
Villas at 4th Street in San Jose provides 93 apartments for formerly homeless senior residents.

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01/11/2024
The city will spend $50 million to subsidize affordable housing construction to bring 400 homes online, and $4.7 million to prevent 1,700 people from falling into homelessness through rent relief and other supportive services.

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01/10/2024
The San Jose City Council unanimously approved prohibiting "foreign-influenced corporations" from making political contributions in city races in hopes that election results reflect the will of residents, rather than wealthy international moguls and associated companies.

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01/09/2024
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Upwards of 80 firefighters arrived to contain the downtown San Jose structure fire on the morning of January 7, 2021. Three years later, the public still awaits answers.

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01/09/2024
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The city praised Anthony Mata for his 28 years of service with the city, listing as his accomplishments the department’s first strategic plan, increased diversity through the sworn officer ranks and managing police reform initiatives.

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01/09/2024
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The four San Jose City Council candidates invited are Pamela Campos, Joe Lopez, Lalbabu “Babu” Prasad and Vanessa Sandoval.

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01/09/2024
Assemblymember Gail Pellerin, who represents District 28, plans to introduce a bill in the coming weeks to ban political advertising materials deceptively altered through AI.

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01/08/2024
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A former Google policy advisor who is facing off with political heavyweights, such as Supervisor Joe Simitian and former San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, for the Congressional seat Representative Anna Eshoo is exiting, says he’s appalled to have been confused with a convicted Mountain View rapist, due to a misspelling of his name in a poll.

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01/07/2024
State Sen. Dave Cortese introduced a bill that would require public officials to forward communications on personal accounts and devices that deal with public business to an official channel.

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01/06/2024
Outfront Media won its lawsuit against the city after contending that San Jose did not follow proper procedure and bid out the construction of two digital billboards south of Highway 101 on San Jose Mineta International Airport property.

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01/05/2024
A five-year data analysis conducted by the Vision Zero Task Force, a San Jose traffic safety program, shows a sharp increase in homeless traffic fatalities from 2018 to 2022, with five deaths in 2018 that grew to a total of 51 by 2022.

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01/05/2024
A former executive team member of San Jose Mayor Matt Mahan’s office is suing the mayor, his chief of staff and the city for defamation nearly a year after she was fired.

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01/03/2024
San Jose is spending nearly $2 million to lease land it has yet to use for homeless people living in their vehicles — and council members, residents and advocates want things done quicker.

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01/02/2024
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Almaden Plaza, as it’s now called, occupies the northwestern quadrant of the aforementioned intersection, where hordes of TJ Maxx and Costco shoppers dominate the landscape. The impossibly bland website even mentions the “attractive walkway with inlaid bricks to ensure a cozy environment for your shopping at leisure.”

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01/02/2024
San Jose is allocating millions of dollars to double the capacity of its oldest temporary housing site for homeless residents, pushing long-term operating costs into overdrive.

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12/31/2023
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The first place winner was Caitlynn Sue, a student from Leland High School in San Jose, whose app “Oakli” helps people live more environmentally friendly by providing motivation, education and resources.

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