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  2. Santa Clara, California - Wikipedia,_California

    6 days ago · Santa Clara (/ ˌ s æ n t ə ˈ k l ær ə /) is a city in Santa Clara County, California.The city's population was 116,468 as of the 2010 United States Census, making it the ninth-most populous city in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  3. Map of Santa Clara County California

    6 days ago · Santa Clara County California Map. California Research Tools. Evaluate Demographic Data Cities, ZIP Codes, & Neighborhoods Quick & Easy Methods! Research ...

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    4 days ago · Interactive map showing acres burned and containment of fires including North Complex Fire in Butte County, LNU Lightning Complex fires, and SCU Lightning Complex fires. ... Santa Clara, Alameda ...

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    Sep 11, 2020 · The Bobcat fire continues to burn in the Angeles National Forest, north of Azusa as of Thursday afternoon, Sept. 10. The fire was reported at 12:22 a.m. Sunday near the Cogswell Dam and West Fork ...

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  7. UV Report: Santa Clara, California - The Weather Network

    4 days ago · Get the UV forecast index for Santa Clara, CA, US. Our hourly UV forecast calculations begin by using the predicted ozone layer thickness over a particular location as provided by Royal ...

  8. Real estate: Lawrence Station eyed as tech offices for COVID era

    4 days ago · SANTA CLARA — A modern tech complex under construction in Santa Clara is being developed with features designed to produce new offices compatible with the coronavirus era. The five-story office ...

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    Sep 11, 2020 · The Oregon veteran accused of an armed carjacking north of Davenport and subsequent high-speed car chase ending in the ocean will stand to face trial, a Santa Cruz County Superior Court judge ruled…

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    Good news for Contra Costa County! Starting today, shopping malls and other indoor retail businesses will be allowed to reopen. Click hereto read about what guidelines need to be followed as coronavirus restrictions loosen up even further.

    We're hearing a lot about contact tracing lately as part of efforts to contain the coronavirus. However, many people have been receiving phony contact tracing calls and text. Read more about what is contract tracing and how can you spot the fake calls and text, here. Santa Clara County is loosing its stay-at-home order and will allow outdoor dining, indoor shopping and outdoor religious services. Find out when those changes start, here. Alameda County announced a new COVID-19 testing site in West Oakland. More info on that, here.

    As protests after the killing of George Floyd continue to take place across the Bay Area, San Francisco Mayor London Breed and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf addressed the need to keep the pandemic in mind as protests take place. You can watch their live press conferences here: In the North Bay, parking restrictions will be lifted at Marin County parks, beaches and open space preserves starting Tuesday. Hereare more details. Tenant eviction protections have been extended for those affected by the pandemic in Mountain View. Read more here.

    Good news for San Francisco's southeast neighborhoods! Starting today, free coronavirus testing will be available in the area as part of an effort led by the city and the University of California at San Francisco to increase access to testing. More info here. Santa Cruz County announced dine-in restaurant service, as well as barber shop and hair salon services will resume immediately. Readmoreabout that and what the rest of the Bay Area counties are doing to reopen their economy.

    San Mateo County announced a new stay-at-home order that will allow places of worship and in-store retail to operate with restrictions starting Monday. Beach access limitations will also be removed under new order. NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit compiled data from the region’s four largest counties showing calls to child abuse hotlines have dropped dramatically since mid-March. That's seemingly good news, but county officials say it's a disturbing trend. Check out the full investigation here. More coronavirus testing is becoming available. CVS Health is expanding its coronavirus testing program by opening dozens of new drive-thru testing sites at select CVS Pharmacy locations across California, including nine in the Bay Area. For a list of locations, click here.

    The City of Gilroy has petitioned Santa Clara County to relax its stay-at-home restrictions so that businesses and restaurants can reopen. Details here. Significant news out of San Francisco today. First, Mayor London Breed unveiled a detailed timeline for reopening businesses, activities and services. You can find a breakdown here. Second, stricter face covering rules are going into effect. Read about the new requirements here. Check it out, Santa Clara County residents. New data provided by the county provides a breakdown of how many COVID-19 deaths are reported in a specific zip code in the county. Residential Zip Codes of People Who Died from Coronavirus in Santa Clara County Source: Santa Clara County Credit: Sean Myers/NBC Bay Area The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office announced three new cases of COVID-19 coronavirus among inmates at its jails since last weekend. The first of the three was an inmate who tested positive Saturday after being arrested on suspicion of numerous...

    Missing the gym? State guidelines for the reopening of gyms and other fitness operations could be released "within a week or so," Gov. Newsom says. Read more here. Live in Napa County and need a haircut? Hair salons and barbershops in the county welcomed their clients backtoday. Things are also shifting back to normal in Solano County as the Solano Town Center mall in Fairfield reopened. "We back to wasting money," Saint Hicks laughed, cradling his bounty of shoes. Riding on BART is going to be different due to the coronavirus pandemic. The transit agency has developed a 15-step plan for welcoming back riders. For the details, click here. The latest COVID-19 Bay Area outbreak has been reported at a fish packing company that distributes to several retailers. A total of 38 Lusamerica Foods employees in Morgan Hill have tested positive for coronavirus and now the company is under investigation. Read more about it here. The first indoor mall in Solano County will reopen to shoppers toda...

    With countries around the world trying to get their hands on COVID-19 testing kits, there are new concerns about whether there are enough supplies to meet the huge demand. Our Investigative Unit showed us how one Bay Area company is hoping to solve a massive dilemma with one tiny innovation. Read about it here. Renters in multiple Bay Area counties could be receiving an extended lifeline this week as those local governments consider extending moratoriums on evictions. Read more here. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced new guidelines for reopening hair salons and barbershops. However, this will ultimately depend on each county's decision. Read more here.

    On this Memorial Day, most traditional events in the Bay Area have been canceled, but some can be viewed online. Take a look here. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced new guidelines for social distancing at places of worship and in-store retail. You can read the full details here. Also in the new guidelines, officials made it a point to say the updates do not obligate places of worship to resume in-person activity. Here's a look at the new rules. Bay Area Republican leaders have confirmed that the party is suing California over Gov. Gavin Newsom's plan to send every registered voter a mail-in ballot due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus. The suit claims that the system opens itself up to inaccuracy and fraudulent voting. Full story here. In Berkeley, some tennis and pickleball courts have reopened for singles play. Social distancing measures will be enforced. More info here. Santa Clara County launched new coronavirus testing sites today. Click hereto find out where those site...

    Memorial Day Weekend continues, and so does gathering at parks and beaches. And although people are encouraged to stay home or keep distance between each other when outside, many aren't following those measures. In Santa Cruz County, the Santa Cruz County Public Health Division is investigating four distinct clusters of COVID-19 coronavirus cases traced to family gatherings. Read more about it here. As you may know, most counties in the Bay Area have entered Phase 2 of reopening. For a refresher on what exactly that means or what that looks like, here's our breakdown. Yes, we know its Memorial Day and its a good thing several restrictions have been eased. But just remember you still have to be mindful of others as well as the places you visit. If you decide to visit any California State Parks, here are a few reminders: Speaking of easing restrictions, Santa Clara County has given a green light for car parades. This is how families celebrated SJSU graduates: In Santa Rosa, #Something...

  11. 5 days ago · Coronavirus: Bay Area records deadliest day ever led by Alameda and Santa Clara counties Latest Headlines Latest line: A good week for chopper pilot, bad one for Jennings