Top San Jose news: City launches new 'Social Progress Index' tool; more

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High-tech ads set to dazzle travelers at San Jose airport

In place of the familiar and dowdy paper and cardboard ads posted around the Silicon Valley airport, a wave of digital ads in traditional and unexpected spots will mark the concourses of the air travel hub, according to advertising behemoth Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings and airport officials.

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New office tower gets underway in downtown San Jose

Jay Paul Co. has begun construction on a downtown San Jose office high rise that would sprout at 200 Park Ave. near South Almaden Boulevard, a broker seeking tenants for the project says.

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San Jose: Authorities identify man killed in shooting

The Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office has identified the victim of a fatal shooting in West San Jose as 59-year-old Guadalupe Delgado.

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San Jose launches new data-driven 'Social Progress Index' tool

SOCIAL PROGRESS INDEX: The city of San Jose has unveiled a new tool that can be used to help ensure its community's most pressing needs are identified and responded to in a more equitable manner.

Read the full story on ABC Bay Area, KGO.

San Jose draws scrutiny from state leaders, other cities over tax-sharing pact with eBay

Locally, however, the only controversy over the treaty involved how, exactly, to divvy up the money once it starts pouring into city coffers.

Read the full story on San Jose Inside.

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