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The number of college-educated people in the Bay Area has grown since the start of the century, according to data from the Bay Area Equity Atlas. Data from the years 2000, 2010 and 2019 show that the percentage of the Bay Area population with a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree or higher has increased.
The Gilroy Museum was preparing to open its new exhibit celebrating Gilroy’s 150th anniversary when the Covid-19 pandemic hit and forced it to close in March 2020. More than a year later, the museum is open to the public.
The city of San Jose, California, has launched what is arguably the most brazen attack yet against law-abiding gun owners, forcing them to pay for crimes committed by those who do not abide by gun laws
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors became the most recent South Bay agency to take action on shrinking water supplies, as the body on June 22 declared a local emergency due to extreme drought conditions.
Digital driver’s licenses could become a standard feature for iPhone owners in certain states, including the ability to present the IDs at Transportation Security Administration checkpoints, Apple said.
Extraordinary engineering feats have made much of Southern California able to pull water from a variety of places all at once, transforming its landscape and satisfying the region’s thirst even in drought years.