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Therapy dogs at major airports comfort stressed passengers

Los Angeles - Therapy dogs at a number of major airports, in various cities, including Los Angeles and Miami are being used to provide comfort to stressed-out passengers.

Love Japan: Silicon Valley's 79th Obon Festival Special

San Jose - If you Love Japan, be sure to stop by SJ Japantown's 79th annual Obon Festival, scheduled for July 12-13th from 11:30am until 10pm. The free event is located between Jackson and Taylor streets, four blocks east of the Japantown Ayer Light Rail Station.

Starbucks begins rollout of wireless rechargers in stores Special

San Jose - Not getting enough charge from your morning Starbucks? Have no fear! Now, your wireless devices can get charged, too! The world's largest chain of coffeehouses has begun offering wireless device recharging stations in its stores.

Report: Baseball's A's to stay in Oakland for at least 10 years

Oakland - The Oakland Athletics baseball team is expected to sign a 10-year lease to remain in the East Bay Area city it has called home for the past 46 years.

California stowaway survives Hawaii flight in wheel well of plane

Kahului - An extremely lucky 16-year-old boy survived after deciding to run away from home this weekend, stowing away in the wheel well of a plane, in sub-zero temperatures, on a flight from California to sunny Hawaii.

'Cops' will be documenting the San Jose Police Department

San Jose - The film crew of the reality show 'Cops' will be documenting and following the actions of the San Jose Police Department.

Op-Ed: City Council salutes chiropractic college for years of service Special

San Jose - Palmer College of Chiropractic in Silicon Valley was honored this past Feb. 25 for its years of complimentary health-care outreach to the community through its network of community-outreach clinics.

Op-Ed: Turkey Trot anticipates 28,000 people this year in San Jose Special

San Jose - Even if their spine gets a bit out of alignment, the chiropractors in training at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s West Campus will be putting their best feet forward for the holiday season at the 9th annual Turkey Trot Run

Op-Ed: The A's should not relocate to San Jose

San Jose - Will the Oakland Athletics be coming to San Jose? Its a question the city has been waiting four years for Bud Selig to finally answer.

Police investigating man who drove car into a San Jose WalMart

San Jose - The San Jose Police Department is investigating an incident regarding a man who drove a car into a San Jose WalMart on March 31, 2013.

San Jose Police will set up random sobriety checkpoints on Friday

San Jose - San Jose Police Department has announced that they will be conducting field sobriety tests on Friday, February 15, 2013.

Chiropractic College got lot to be grateful, besides Turkey Trot Special

San Francisco - While the students and faculty of Palmer Chiropractic College in San Jose are grateful of their participation in this year's "Turkey Trot, they are proud to celebrate the honor their college president received.

Op-Ed: 'Abilities Expo' is more than an ADA convention, it's a reunion Special

San Jose - It has been 20 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act was established. While there is debate whether or not the ADA legislation has made a significant impact,

Bay Area comic fans gather at Big Wow! ComicFest 2012 Special

San Jose - Bay Area comic fans may have missed out on WonderCon but Big Wow! ComicFest should have made up for it during the May 19 - 20th weekend at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.

MLS: TFC blanked 3-0 by Earthquakes in home opener Special

Toronto - “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” The famous saying could not be more appropriate for Toronto FC in its short existence in Major League Soccer.

NHL: Sharks take bite out of struggling Leafs Special

Toronto - With the trade deadline just days away, Thursday’s performance by the Toronto Maple Leafs did little to quell the rumours surrounding the team lately. If anything the trade chatter and speculation, whether fact or fiction, will probably only intensify.

Op-Ed: Age, schmage- Silicon Valley gets the firing bug for the over 35s

Sydney - If you’ve been finding the tech pages full of kidsy entrepreneurial manure and cutesy nursery rhyme garbage recently, no, you’re not getting senile. Apparently America’s corporate Disneyland has penetrated Silicon Valley.

AMGEN Tour of California announces host cities

The AMGEN Tour of California has announced the thirteen host cities for 2012 and the cycling race is going through some of the best parts of California again.

NHL: Canucks beat Sharks in double-OT to advance to Cup Final

The Vancouver Canucks defeated the San Jose Sharks 3-2 in double-overtime, clinching the best of seven series in five games and advancing to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1994.

NHL: Sedins combine for seven points, lead Canucks past Sharks

Henrik Sedin assisted on all four Canucks goals and Sami Salo scored two goals and an assist as the Vancouver Canucks cruised to a 4-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks last night, pulling ahead 3-1 in the Western Conference Final.

Sharks score three in the first, hang on to beat Canucks

Patrick Marleau had two goals and an assist, Joe Thornton had three assists, and Antti Niemi stopped 27 of 30 shots as the San Jose Sharks hung on to beat the Vancouver Canucks by a score of 4-3 in Game 3 of last night's Western Conference Final.

Zip My DooDah - Electric Speed

I like sports cars, I like fast sports cars, I like the new Tesla Roadster electric model for a number of reasons. First it is quiet!

Pedophile Frederick Everts sentenced to 800 years in prison

The claim that he was legally insane at the time, did not hold any water. Today he was sentenced to 800 years in prison.
 

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Lori Byrd  M.S. (left)  chair  APHA Chiropractic Health Care Section  and Bart Green  D.C.  M.S.Ed. ...
Lori Byrd, M.S. (left), chair, APHA Chiropractic Health Care Section, and Bart Green, D.C., M.S.Ed. (right), present West Campus President Dr. William Meeker, D.C., M.P.H. (center), with the CHC’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2012 APHA Annual Meeting, Oct. 27-31, in San Francisco.
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Photo from 2010  students and staff from Palmer College of Chiropractic West are honored to particip...
Photo from 2010, students and staff from Palmer College of Chiropractic West are honored to participate in the annual Turkey Trot. This will be their fifth year participating. Each year they dress up as a human spine, indicating that the outreach they do seeks to help the entire community. And, that the care they provide is more than just back aches. Many chiropractors' offices in the Bay Area have food drives throughout the year, not just at holiday time. The college encourages community outrea
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WIRELESS CHARGE: Starbucks customers use new Powermat Spots to recharge their cellphones at a coffee...
WIRELESS CHARGE: Starbucks customers use new Powermat Spots to recharge their cellphones at a coffeehouse in Boston.
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From Abilities Expo 2011 in San Jose  CA
From Abilities Expo 2011 in San Jose, CA
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Issei Memorial
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 This year’s Silicon Valley Turkey marks the sixth year in a row that the Palmer Spine  which repl...
"This year’s Silicon Valley Turkey marks the sixth year in a row that the Palmer Spine, which replicates the human spine with foam segments that stretch nearly a block long, has provided “the backbone” of the event," said Chuck Bustillos, communications director at Palmer. "It and has become a big part of the Silicon Valley Turkey trot tradition," he said.
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San Jose, California, USA, proclaimed "capital" of the Silicon Valley
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A view of San Jose, Costa Rica
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San Jose City Council presented Palmer Chiropractic College a special commendation award for over tw...
San Jose City Council presented Palmer Chiropractic College a special commendation award for over two decades of complimentary health-care services to the community through the college's outreach programs and internships. Seen here is Vice Mayor Madison Nguyen and Councilmember Rose Herrera presenting the Commendation to Dr. Andre KnustGraichen, D.C. who serves as clinical professor for the outreach clinic programs at Palmer.
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Toronto FC forward Ryan Johnson (right) is defended closely by San Jose Earthquakes defender Steven ...
Toronto FC forward Ryan Johnson (right) is defended closely by San Jose Earthquakes defender Steven Beitashour. Johnson was fresh off being awarded MLS goal of the week for his effort last weekend in Seattle. On Saturday, like his teammates, he had little success on the pitch in a 3-0 loss at BMO Field
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Some of the participants in this year s annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot will be ...
Some of the participants in this year's annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot will be from Palmer Chiropractic College of San Jose, CA
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Thousands are expected to attend the annual Abilities Expo at the San Jose Convention Center on Nov....
Thousands are expected to attend the annual Abilities Expo at the San Jose Convention Center on Nov. 16 to 18, 2012.
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Earthquakes striker Chris Wondolowski is congratulated by teammates after opening the scoring in jus...
Earthquakes striker Chris Wondolowski is congratulated by teammates after opening the scoring in just the ninth minute. He added another goal in the second half to ice the game and now has three goals on the season
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San Jose City Council member Rose Herrera speaking before the council making note of the commendatio...
San Jose City Council member Rose Herrera speaking before the council making note of the commendation honoring Palmer Chiropractic College on Feb. 25, 2014.
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SJ Buddhist Church
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San Jose City Hall
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Dr. Andre KnustGraichen accepts the award commendation from San Jose City Council on Feb. 25  2014  ...
Dr. Andre KnustGraichen accepts the award commendation from San Jose City Council on Feb. 25, 2014, on behalf of Palmer Chiropractic College, San Jose campus.
Courtesy of Chuck Bustillos, Palmer Chiropractic College media dept.
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 Last year we had 24 000 participants in the Turkey Trot  said Silicon Valley Leadership Group VP St...
"Last year we had 24,000 participants in the Turkey Trot, said Silicon Valley Leadership Group VP Steve Wright. "This year we are anticipating 28,000," he said. Founded in 2004 on Thanksgiving Day, the annual Turkey Trot 5k walk and run and a 10k run, raises funds for those in need. Over its 9 year history so far the Turkey Trot has raised over $3.4 million.
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