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There was a 25-percent increase in shark attacks worldwide in 2010, but California’s stats remained steady at five. The state is tied with Hawaii and South Carolina for the third most attacks in the nation.
Santa Clara’s narcotics squad plans to continue investigating medicinal marijuana dispensaries, putting it at odds with the district attorney’s office.
Big Gigantic opened for Umphrey’s McGee Saturday night at San Francisco’s Fillmore Auditorium. Both bands are back tonight at 8 p.m.
Getting accepted to Stanford isn’t getting any easier. In 2000, the university received about 18,300 applications. In 2010, that figure had increased 75 percent to more than 32,000 applications.
Stanford seniors perform Irish playwright Martin McDonagh’s award-winning 2003 drama “The Pillowman,” a dark play where nothing is simple, and even the most horrific tragedies come to an uneasy truce through comedy.
San Jose may build a 400,000-square-foot shopping center on an empty lot just northeast of where Route 85 and the Almaden Expressway intersect. Nearby neighborhoods fear increased noise and traffic.
Milpitas residents say sewage fumes from the San Jose/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant are wafting into their city. The San Jose City Council will vote whether to pay for renovations.
In September, 22 medicinal marijuana delivery employees were arrested in “Up in Smoke,” a Santa Clara County sting operation. They claim innocence, expressing frustration with unclear medical marijuana laws.