Top San Jose news: Suspect talked down after climbing crane; 1 killed, young girl injured in fire

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San Jose: Homeless man dies after being hit by car

Death marks city’s 27th fatal traffic collision of 2019.

Read the full story on Mercury News.

Grandmother killed, young girl critically injured in San Jose house fire

One young girl was killed and a woman was transported to the hospital after a 2-alarm house fire on Greenmoor Dr. in San Jose, officials say.

Read the full story on ABC Bay Area, KGO.

Downtown San Jose intersection transforming into site for high-rise housing amid concerns

The housing crisis has sent communities scrambling to increase their housing stock and now, developers are flocking to downtown San Jose where the activity at one intersection promises to transform the entire area.

Read the full story on CBS San Francisco.

San Jose Police: Man talks down suspect who climbed crane near city hall

One man was arrested and another is being credited with talking him down from a crane in downtown San Jose early Monday morning, according to police.

Read the full story on CBS San Francisco.

San Jose looks to fill shortage of special education teachers by paying tuition

Facing a shortage of special education teachers, San Jose Unified School District has created a first of its kind program to fill the need.

Read the full story on CBS San Francisco.

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