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Betsy Gebhart

Caltrain, train, railroad

Study Touts Economic Impact Of Electrifying Caltrain On The Peninsula

The study by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute found that electrification would create thousands of jobs while also helping the environment.

06/12/2012

Former President Clinton Among Political Heavyweights At SJ Outlook Conference

Former President Bill Clinton and Gov. Jerry Brown were among the speakers at a conference in San Jose Thursday on business, the economy and politics.

05/04/2012

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (www.vta.org)

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Going Paperless

Beginning July 1, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority joins other Bay Area public transportation systems on the regional Clipper Card.

04/28/2012

(CBS)

Janitors Voice Contract Concerns In Streets Of Santa Clara

Their contracts expire on April 30 and they are upset about cutbacks in their health care plans.

04/26/2012

A San Jose Police patrol car. (CBS)

Man Stabbed To Death In East San Jose

Police have not identified any suspects or a motive for the killing.

04/08/2012

49ers new stadium

Groundbreaking Date Set For Santa Clara 49ers Stadium

The long-anticipated groundbreaking of 49ers stadium is finally set for later this month according to Santa Clara’s mayor.

04/03/2012

Sierra Lamar (CBS)

Intensive Weekend Search Fails To Yield Clues On Missing Morgan Hill Teen

Despite the lack of developments, there was a huge turnout of hopeful people at the Crossroads Christian Church in Morgan Hill, where friends and family of the missing teen vowed to press on in their search.

03/26/2012

Photo Credit: Mi Pueblo

San Jose’s Mi Pueblo Scholarship Program Helping Workers Graduate College

Mi Pueblo awarded 35 employees with hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships .

03/18/2012

(CBS)

San Jose Employment Center Hosts Citizenship Day

The Center for Employment Training in Downtown San Jose hosted its 23rd annual Citizenship Day, where immigrants who are permanent residents start the process to become citizens.

03/17/2012

San Jose State University (San Jose State University)

SJSU May Drop Preferential Admission for Local Applicants

San Jose State University hopes to decide Monday on whether or not they will drop preferential admission for local student applications.

02/26/2012

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