Topping the list is Santa Clara, home to a football team that could be nicknamed “the red wedding,” while in fifth is San Francisco, future home of some migrating Warriors.A Bay Area tech company is releasing up to 20 million bacteria-filled, buzzing mosquitoes this summer in Fresno.The bug campaign, which started Friday, is part of a plan by Alphabet’s Verily Life Sciences unit.Reared by machines, the male mosquitoes are infected with a bacteria that, while harmless to humans, creates nonhatching dead eggs when they mate with wild females — hopefully cutting the mosquito population and the transmission of the diseases they carry.The swarm’s target is Aedes aegypti, a mosquito breed that carries viruses like Zika, dengue and chikungunya.Dimon, a member of President Trump’s advisory council of business leaders, stopped short of blaming the administration, criticizing reporters instead for not focusing enough on key issues such as infrastructure, regulation, taxation and education.
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- Dimon embarrassed; Santa Clara, SF obsess over ‘Game of Thrones’
By Chronicle Staff and News Services - Friday Jul 14, 2017
- Santa Clara University Receives $30 Million for STEM Campus
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Sinclair) - Tuesday Jun 6, 2017
The gift from the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation will support construction of a new "campus within a campus" STEM complex....
- 2 arrested in killing of San Jose teen in Santa Clara
By Filipa Ioannou - Monday Jul 10, 2017
Two men were arrested in connection with the killing last week of a San Jose teenager in Santa Clara, police said Monday.Following what they believed to be the sound of fireworks, police officers found 17-year-old Alexis Cardenas Gutierrez suffering from a gunshot wound in a crashed car about 10:44 p.m. on July 5 near Brookdale and Bing drives, said the Santa Clara Police Department.According to officials, detectives tracked two suspects, 25-year-old Giovanny Ortiz of San Jose and 18-year-old Eric James Carter of Santa Clara, to a motel in Modesto, taking them into custody with the help of Modesto officers.Both men were booked into Santa Clara County jail on suspicion of murder and were being held without bail in advance of a scheduled court appearance on Tuesday.
- Brush fires in Santa Clara County 90 percent contained
By Hamed Aleaziz - Saturday Jul 1, 2017
A group of brush fires that ignited this week in Santa Clara County were 90 percent contained Saturday, officials said. The Ranch Fire, which comprises three separate blazes, was reported Thursday afternoon along Mount Hamilton east of San Jose and quickly burned more than two dozen acres. The fires expanded to 85 acres. Officials did not cite a cause for the fires. Hamed Aleaziz is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: email@example.com Twitter: @haleaziz
- Judge refuses to dismiss SF, Santa Clara Co. sanctuary cities case
By Bob Egelko - Friday Jul 21, 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ claim that President Trump won’t strip federal funding from San Francisco, Santa Clara County and other so-called sanctuary locales for refusing to cooperate with immigration officers was an “illusory promise,” a federal judge ruled Thursday.U.S. District Judge William Orrick III of San Francisco rejected Trump administration requests to reconsider the nationwide injunction he issued in April, prohibiting the threatened cutoffs of federal funds, in response to lawsuits by San Francisco and Santa Clara County.Orrick, in his April 25 injunction, said Trump’s order and his public statements foreshadowed a wholesale takeaway of federal funding, which is beyond the president’s constitutional authority.The memo — which the department described as binding on all government agencies — interpreted Trump’s order to apply only to a limited number of federal grants, expressly tied to compliance with immigration law, and totaling less than $1 million a year for San Francisco and Santa Clara counties.The two-page document contained no legal analysis and could be disregarded whenever the administration chose to do so, he said.The underlying dispute is whether the law requires cities only to provide information a local inmate’s immigration status, as San Francisco and Santa Clara County do, or to prolong their confinement when federal agents want to pick them up for deportation.
- Former Yahoo land could be up for grabs in LeEco dispute
By Nicholas Cheng and Wendy Lee - Thursday Jul 13, 2017
Entrepreneur Jia Yueting — the public face of the firm — stepped down as chairman from LeEco’s board, the company laid off hundreds of workers and a planned merger with Irvine’s Vizio, a TV maker, fizzled.“It could a potential source of recovery,” said David Furbush, a partner and securities litigation lawyer for the Pillsbury law firm.Furbush said LeEco’s Chinese assets are safe from Vizio, because China does not have a treaty recognizing U.S. court judgments.With Shanghai freezing $180 million of LeEco’s assets in China, University of Southern California Gould School of Law professor Michael Chasalow thinks more players are going to pop up to claim its U.S. assets.Vizio declined to comment on whether it would seek the sale of LeEco’s Santa Clara property but said in an email that its lawsuits seek to recover the unpaid portion of a termination fee promised in the LeEco deal and other punitive damages.Vizio is also claiming $50 million from Le Technology, claiming it breached an agreement to pay the fee in the event LeEco failed to do so.The LeEco Santa Clara campus was planned with offices for up to 12,000 employees and spaces where members of the community could gather for live performances at an ampitheater on the property, the company said in a blog post last year.