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Four San Jose firefighters test positive for coronavirus

In an announcement today from the City of San Jose, officials shared that four San Jose firefighters have contracted COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. Two...

Milpitas family seeks answers after electrical fire from PG&E power line claims their home

When PG&E announced just over a week ago that they would shut off power to approximately 27,000 residents in Santa Clara County due to...

Bay Area consumed by blackouts, fires…

Uncertainty loomed in the Bay Area on Monday morning as many households and businesses remained without power, the result of a shutoff by Pacific...

Update on 6 Fires Along Interstate 680

The California Highway Patrol is investigating six fires that happened along the 680 yesterday, the source of which are still unknown.  Milpitas Fire Chief Enforcement...

Vegetation Fire on South Milpitas Blvd. and Garden St.

At 2:30 this afternoon, Milpitas Fire personnel showed up to address a vegetation fire at the corner of South Milpitas Boulevard and Garden Street. Two...

Milpitas Fire Department Received Word of Calaveras Fire and Pines Neighborhood Fire…Within Minutes of Each Other

On Monday, June 10, at 3:08PM, Milpitas Communications received word of a fire in the Ed Levin County Park. Milpitas Fire sent out two...

Accident on North Milpitas Blvd. Floods Street with Water

A solo car accident occurred this afternoon, 3/13/19, around 2:30pm. It happened on North Milpitas Blvd., right across the street from Milpitas City Hall and the...

10 Things I Learned from Chatting with New Milpitas Fire Chief Brian Sherrard

The Milpitas Fire Department’s new Chief Brian Sherrard started work at his post on November 26, 2018, but from meeting him and speaking with...

Milpitas Structure Fire on Manferd St.

Milpitas’ holiday weekend ended with a residential fire on Manferd Street’s 400 block. It happened just before 9:30AM. Heavy...

Milpitas Air Quality at “Very Unhealthy” Levels due to Smoke

    NOTE: This article first ran this past Thursday night. As of this bolded update, on Saturday at 10:08AM, Milpitas air quality is at 159...

Milpitas Air Quality Compromised due to Wildfire

The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department has issued an advisory in regard to the current wildfire in Butte County... Milpitas residents are advised...

Milpitas Fire Department Visits Randall Elementary Students for “The Great Shakeout”

      Last Thursday, October 18, the Milpitas Fire Department rolled a couple of trucks out to Randall Elementary School to participate in The Great Shakeout. The...

Wildfire Burning in and around Milpitas 100% Contained

  As of Wednesday morning, July 25, the wildfire that burned in and near Milpitas has been 100% contained. "We're very fortunate that the fire...

BREAKING: Firefighters Working to Contain Brushfire in Milpitas Hills

UPDATE (Monday, 7/23, 4:15pm): It's been determined that the fire started in Fremont, yet its exact cause is still unknown. As of last night,...

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Facts vs Fiction, regarding the La Quinta Hotel project

Dear Editor:  On March 27 a neighborhood group calling themselves the Voice of Milpitas sent a letter to the Milpitas Beat concerning the La Quinta...

Report: COVID-19 testing increasing in Santa Clara County, but scale still limited

California has received measured and cautiously optimistic praise in the past few days for starting to flatten the curve and thwart the spread of...

It’s OK to joke around & laugh right now

In the United States, as of this writing, 215,344 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. Of these, 5,112 have died. And...

MUSD students will not be returning to school for the rest of the year

In an effort to help flatten the curve and slow the spread of the coronavirus, the call expected by many has been made: Milpitas...

Science not onboard with wiping down your food

Even with shelter in place provisions enacted and social distancing guidelines being spread far and wide, one common denominator that’s unavoidable among people is...
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