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  • Native Americans at Levi's Stadium protest against Washington team mascot
    published on Mon, 24 Nov 2014 14:41:07 GMT
    Native Americans and their supporters hold signs outside Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., protesting the usage of the word "Redskins" as the name and mascot of the Washington, D.C., football team, Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014. Native American Tony Gonzalez leads a protest outside Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., comparing the usage of the word "Redskins" by the Washington football team to a racial slur, Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014....
  • High school football: Bellarmine wins in OTvisit|article-5910744|river-40393-1col-hp-3|1
    published on Sat, 22 Nov 2014 07:01:25 GMT
    As is normally the case in Central Coast Section Open Division football, throw out the seeds. Or in Friday's case, the higher seeds....
  • Second Harvest accepting donated turkeys
    published on Thu, 20 Nov 2014 21:02:40 GMT
    Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo County is collecting turkeys to donate to local pantries, soup kitchens and shelters. The goal this year is to receive 13,000 turkeys for this Thanksgiving and Second Harvest officials on Thursday said they still need more than 6,000 turkeys....
  • Earthquakes draft young striker, announce stadium name
    published on Thu, 20 Nov 2014 09:42:38 GMT
    The Earthquakes opened what should be a busy offseason Wednesday with a lucrative naming rights deal for their $100 million stadium and the selection of a young forward from the Major League Soccer dispersal draft. The announcement of a $20 million, 10-year deal with Santa Clara software company Avaya is a capstone financial piece to help the Quakes remain competitive in the ever-expanding MLS, which will have 20 teams in 2015....
  • Rams ready for CCS opener, and Lions prepare for Big Bone Game
    published on Thu, 20 Nov 2014 03:07:19 GMT
    One more week. The Willow Glen Rams have earned the right to play at least one more week of football this season....
  • KD Smart Chair Exhibiting 50 Lbs. Wheelchair at Abilities Expo
    published on Wed, 19 Nov 2014 23:31:43 GMT
    The innovative KD Smart Chair is designed to be the most convenient electric wheelchair on the market today. This FDA cleared mobility device features a durable aluminum alloy frame that can hold passengers weight of up to 265 pounds and can travel up to 15 miles on Lithium-ion batteries....
  • High school sports highlight reel: Top performances from last week
    published on Wed, 19 Nov 2014 17:18:09 GMT
    Matt Adamkiewicz, Christopher football: The junior QB completed 24 of 34 passes for 450 yards and five touchdowns in a 48-10 win over Gilroy. Hunter Bishop, Serra football: He ran 39 yards for a touchdown and threw a 21-yard TD pass as Serra overcame a two-touchdown deficit to beat Bellarmine 28-14 for a share of the West Catholic Athletic League title with Valley Christian....
  • San Jose Earthquakes sign naming rights deal as stadium cost soars
    published on Wed, 19 Nov 2014 14:45:35 GMT
    The San Jose Earthquakes have signed their first stadium naming rights deal, teaming up with a Silicon Valley technology company for one of the richest team sponsorships in Major League Soccer -- and the Quakes will need the money, because the cost of their new home is soaring. The South Bay soccer club is set to announce Wednesday that the team's new home will be called Avaya Stadium when it opens next to San Jose International Airport in March....
  • Takeaways from Friday
    published on Sat, 15 Nov 2014 15:41:00 GMT
    The playoffs started in the Sac-Joaquin, North Coast and Northern sections on Friday while the Central Coast finished up its regular season. What should you take away from a night full of football? Brown shines in Placer: Rio Linda's Marcel Brown carried the Knights to a 62-51 win over host Placer with 330 yards and six touchdowns....
  • Internal Affairs: SJPD brass got free tickets to Niner preseason games
    published on Sun, 16 Nov 2014 02:12:23 GMT
    Controversy continues over the San Jose Police Department's domestic violence investigation of 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald after prosecutors last week declined to charge him. Both Chief Larry Esquivel and Assistant Chief Eddie Garcia have been rapped for their acceptance of tickets to 49ers preseason games as part of the team's annual law enforcement appreciation day....
  • Takeaways from Friday
    published on Sat, 15 Nov 2014 15:41:00 GMT
    The playoffs started in the Sac-Joaquin, North Coast and Northern sections on Friday while the Central Coast finished up its regular season. What should you take away from a night full of football? Brown shines in Placer: Rio Linda's Marcel Brown carried the Knights to a 62-51 win over host Placer with 330 yards and six touchdowns....
  • Robert Kekaula on the road with UH Warriors
    published on Sat, 15 Nov 2014 10:08:30 GMT
    KITV's sports anchor Robert Kekaula is in San Jose, California to see if the warriors can end its long road losing streak Saturday. chance to snap a LONG road losing streak tomorrow....
  • Curbside - A New Way to Shop for On-the-Go Buyers
    published on Fri, 14 Nov 2014 21:10:31 GMT
    There is a new mobile shopping game in town and it's aimed at making your life more convenient. This brand new mobile commerce experience is a one-stop shop service/app called Curbside ....
  • Rams run to key league win over Chargers
    published on Thu, 13 Nov 2014 02:58:52 GMT
    Leland learned a difficult lesson last week. If the Chargers wanted to turn a football game into a track meet, they shouldn't have tried it against Willow Glen....
  • Alameda: City Council to consider Alameda Point developer
    published on Thu, 13 Nov 2014 02:00:23 GMT
    The City Council will consider approving an exclusive negotiating agreement Tuesday with a partnership of developers to build up to 800 housing units and 200,000 square feet of commercial space at Alameda Point. Alameda Point Partners would pay $108 million for the 68 acres that would be part of a future "Waterfront Town Center" under proposed terms it has worked out with city officials....
  • San Jose: Union members picket to highlight call for higher wages
    published on Mon, 10 Nov 2014 22:34:59 GMT
    Members of Santa Clara County's plumbers and steamfitters union protested Monday morning in downtown San Jose, calling for developers in Silicon Valley to hire local workers at a fair wage. About 100 members of Local Union 393, which includes workers from Santa Clara and San Benito counties, protested at Market and Santa Clara Streets in front of a new high-rise condominium construction project....
  • Police Blotter: Garbage can set up for pick-up reported stolen
    published on Mon, 10 Nov 2014 20:27:38 GMT
    Watkins Avenue, 11:46 a.m. Wednesday Police responded and settled an issue inside the women's restroom involving a man missing pants. Tuscaloosa Avenue, 6:20 p.m. Wednesday Officers checked the interior of a residence and found no sign of forced entry after a resident returning home discovered the front and back doors open....
  • Case of 49ers' Ray McDonald illustrates potential conflicts of interest between cops, teams
    published on Sat, 11 Oct 2014 07:00:00 GMT
    When a San Jose police officer who moonlights as security for the 49ers interjected himself into the alleged domestic violence investigation of team defensive lineman Ray McDonald, it did more than just give the appearance of a conflict of interest. It put the SJPD squarely in the national spotlight and provided a rare glimpse into the shadowy world of close connections between major sports organizations and local law enforcement agencies....
  • Watsonville's next mayor named woman of the year
    published on Sat, 08 Nov 2014 20:21:35 GMT
    WATSONVILLE >> Watsonville Councilwoman Nancy Bilicich will be honored as woman of the year at the Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture's annual dinner Jan. 24. Also being honored are the California Grill, business of the year; Hospice of Santa Cruz County, organization of the year; and Kidrageous, event of the year. Bilicich, who won re-election to the City Council on Tuesday with 97 percent approval in an uncontested race, was born and raised in Watsonville....
  • The Fencing Center is on the Move - New Location at 1290 S 1st Street, San Jose
    published on Fri, 07 Nov 2014 12:56:33 GMT
    San Jose's oldest and most prestigious fencing club, the Fencing Center is quadrupling in size and moving back to First Street just south of downtown. The new location is a former furniture store's 15,400 square feet at 1290 S. First Street....