Top San Jose news: Local anti-gang faith leader goes missing; city approves CityView project; more

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By Hoodline - Published on June 18, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in San Jose.

San Jose anti-gang, faith leader missing for more than a week

A community and faith leader in San Jose who has dedicated his life toward steering local kids away from gangs has been mysteriously missing for more than a week.

Read the full story on The Mercury News.

San Jose evicts homeless from trailers at Happy Hollow

So, what happens to the trailers now? A city official said they could be kept in storage, returned to the state or repurposed.

Read the full story on San Jose Inside.

San Jose approves CityView project, says goodbye to former courthouse

Downtown San Jose's CityView Plaza is set to turn from a 1970s mixed-use campus to a modern glass-lined, three-tower, 3.8 million-square-foot office park after locking in the final vote of approval Tuesday.

Read the full story on San Jose Spotlight.

3.6 magnitude earthquake strikes near San Jose, Milpitas

A 3.6 magnitude earthquake struck near the East Foothills neighborhood of San Jose Wednesday morning, according to the USGS.

Read the full story on NBC Bay Area.

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