Top San Jose news: Woman 'purposely' coughs on 1-year-old; city tears down Willow Glen Trestle; more

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By Hoodline - Published on June 23, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in San Jose.

Photos of woman who 'purposely' coughed on 1-year-old released by San Jose police

Authorities are asking for the public's help to identify a woman who was caught on camera coughing on a 1-year-old boy at a Yogurtland in San Jose, California.

Read the full story on ABC7.

After years-long preservation battle, San Jose finally tears down Willow Glen Trestle

The Willow Glen Trestle was built in 1922 as a bridge for the Western Pacific Railroad and was acquired by the city in 2011.

Read the full story on San Jose Inside.

Nightly fireworks leave San Jose residents pining for quiet

There appears to be an uptick in the volume of fireworks in San Jose, like other parts of the Bay Area, and residents are complaining about the disruption.

Read the full story on KTVU Fox 2.

Annual deaths rising in Santa Clara County's homeless population

Deaths among homeless people in Santa Clara County have risen sharply over the last two decades, surprisingly as the county's overall homeless population has shrunk.

Read the full story on Palo Alto Online & Palo Alto Weekly.

San Jose: Sunrise Middle School among the first to reopen classroom doors in age of COVID-19

In single file, with everyone trying to stay at least six feet apart, a dozen students walked out of a Sunrise Middle School classroom on Monday wearing masks.

Read the full story on Mercury News.

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