High information from San Jose: four individuals have been killed in a single automobile accident: CHP; Google

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4 people were killed in a car accident in San Jose: CHP

Four people are dead after an accident with a single vehicle on Highway 85 in San Jose on Wednesday evening, the California Highway Patrol said.

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Little League teams in the Bay Area are still hoping to play ball this summer

There won’t be a Little League World Series or regional playoffs this summer, but some teams in the Bay Area are keeping their fingers crossed that they can still play.

Read the full story on Mercury News.

County doesn’t appreciate for “drive-by” for San Jose teachers

The organizers of a Teacher Appreciation Drive-by in Willow Glen on May 8th said they did not know that this type of celebration is now expressly prohibited in Santa Clara County.

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Google is expanding inventory in downtown San Jose

Google expanded its inventory in downtown San Jose and bought a commercial building in a key portion of the land for a transit-oriented village called Downtown West.

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Coronavirus Economy: Huge Tech Campus Resumes Construction in San Jose

A Santana West, a modern office building that is expected to attract a tech company as a tenant, officially resumed construction Wednesday, said Federal Realty, the owner of Santana Row.

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