San Jose

Top San Jose news: 1 killed in early morning shooting; airport nears 15 million passenger milestone

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in San Jose.

One man dies in early morning San Jose shooting

One man has died and another suffered minor injuries in a shooting in San Jose not far from the city of Campbell early Monday morning, according to police.

Read the full story on NBC Bay Area.

San Jose airport nears 15 million passenger milestone amid Hawaii, Toronto flight additions

Over the one-year period that ended in June, San Jose airport handled 14.95 million passengers, according to the newest round of statistics released by the airport about its activity.

Read the full story on Mercury News.

Massive San Jose repaving project to cover nearly 300 miles of roadway

The City of San Jose is well on its way to repaving 280 miles of roads this year, with hundreds more to come over much of the next decade.

Read the full story on CBS San Francisco.

Driver of speeding car killed in freeway-ramp crash in San Jose

Sedan traveling at ‘high rate of speed’ loses control on freeway, enters off-ramp, hits SUV: CHP.

Read the full story on Mercury News.

San Jose: Man pleads no contest to murdering Oakland firefighter in 2017

With trial approaching, Oliver Juinio admits in court to fatally shooting Oakland native Jake Walter and wounding academy mate in unprovoked attack near Japantown.

Read the full story on Mercury News.

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