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Police search for missing San Carlos girl

(KRON) — Authorities are looking for a San Carlos girl who went missing on Tuesday. Sabrina Klinke, 14, was last seen Tuesday morning at 11:00 a.m. in San Francisco. The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office said Klinke is likely in San Francisco near the Ferry Building or at the Westfield Shopping Centre. Klinke was described […]
SAN CARLOS, CA
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Santa Cruz Police help missing three-year-old girl find family

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (KION-TV)- Santa Cruz Police said they helped a three-year-old girl find her parents over the weekend. The girl wandered across the whole beach, and eventually, police located her family. The family was near the river mouth, and a grateful mother was reunited with her girl. The post Santa Cruz Police help missing three-year-old girl find family appeared first on KION546.
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New report paints grim picture of downtown San Jose

A new analysis shows downtown San Jose is reeling economically from the pandemic – more than its neighboring suburbs. According to the report, presented at a council committee Monday, the downtown’s recovery has been grim and economically lagging because many of its driving forces, including commercial projects and events, have not returned to pre-pandemic levels.
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Dog alerts couple of car fire burning in driveway

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) — A South Bay couple is out a vehicle after their truck exploded in the driveway of their home after Fourth of July. Margaret and her husband said they replaced the batteries in their smoke detectors recently, but the detectors still did not alert them to a fire. It would have […]
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UPDATE: Santa Clara delays putting business tax before voters

Santa Clara leaders are holding off on putting a business tax before voters in order to allow for more input from a local business group. The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to wait until July 11 to vote on placing a measure on the November ballot to increase the city’s business “headcount” tax to close a $10 million budget deficit, which officials attribute to a drop in revenue due to the pandemic. Councilmembers Raj Chahal, Karen Hardy and Suds Jain will work on revising the proposal with the Silicon Valley Central Chamber of Commerce, which opposes the plan.
SANTA CLARA, CA
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Missing 14-year-old girl may be in San Francisco

SAN MATEO (BCN/CBS SF) -- The San Mateo Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help in locating a teen who hasn't been seen since Monday morning in San Carlos. Sabrina Klinke, 14, was last seen at her home in San Carlos on Monday at 10:30 a.m. Authorities believe she is...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
NBC Bay Area

Bay Area Drivers Wonder When They'll See Relief at the Pump

The price of oil dropped below $100 a barrel Tuesday for the first time since early May when the national average of gas was about 40 cents cheaper. For four months, drivers have been bearing with record high gas prices pleading to know when’s the peak – and when will they drop?
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Mike Grier To Become First Black General Manager In NHL

The National Hockey League may be on the precipice of Black history and it isn’t even February. Earlier today, Kristen Shilton of ESPN reported that the San Jose Sharks were planning to hire Mike Grier as their general manager. If the franchise moves forward with this decision, Grier will become the first Black general manager in the league’s history.
SAN JOSE, CA
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An early look at targets for the 49ers in the 2023 NFL Draft

While the 2022 NFL Draft was just two months ago and the 49ers are contending for another playoff appearance, it is never too early to look at the next batch of prospects that could potentially elevate the roster during the current championship window. Earlier last week, PFF's Mike Renner highlighted...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
NBC Bay Area

Fourth of July Fireworks Leave Bay Area With Worse Air Quality

Monday’s fireworks left the Bay Area with worse air quality, according to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Parts of East Oakland, San Francisco, and Gilroy reported unhealthy conditions from the celebrations. However, wind helped clear most of it out by mid-morning Tuesday.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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Flashback: Sharks GM Mike Grier played 1,000th NHL game with Sabres

Popular former Sabres winger Mike Grier made history today, becoming the first Black general manager in NHL history when the San Jose Sharks hired him to replace Doug Wilson, who resigned in April. Grier, 47, spent three full seasons and the end of another with the Sabres, becoming one of...
BUFFALO, NY
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Pleasanton Preps: Foothill tennis champ Lee honored for giving back

“Summer break” might be the two most wonderful words a student can hear. I know growing up in Pleasanton that magical two-word phrase has brought smiles to the faces of thousands of students over the years, and with good cause. Looking back, I remember the feeling of being free...
PLEASANTON, CA
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Marleau, Setoguchi, Ricci Welcome New GM Grier Back to Sharks

With the San Jose Sharks’ official announcement of Mike Grier as the team’s latest general manager, the news has certainly sparked excitement among fans, and more so, it also brought out some of the past fan favorites. Following the morning’s press conference, Mike Ricci noted that the beliefs...
SAN JOSE, CA
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Housing Element

The Town is updating the Housing Element and invites the public to participate in the process. The Town’s Housing Element is a strategic plan for housing the Town’s present and future residents. This meeting is being held to provide an opportunity for the public and the Housing Element Advisory Board to continue discussing policies and programs. Please visit EngageLosGatosHousing.com for more information and online participation.
LOS GATOS, CA
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