Palo Alto African-American Homeowner Fights Gentrification Despite Pricey Offers To SellLakiba Pittman was offered a million dollars for her home but she refused. She's fighting gentrification and wants to preserve her neighborhood's African American history.
$25K Reward Offered For Information On Escaped InmatesAuthorities on Wednesday offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of two inmates who escaped from custody at a Palo Alto courthouse Monday and are still at large.
2 Arrested For Allegedly Helping Inmates Escape Palo Alto CourthouseTwo people have been arrested Tuesday for their alleged roles in helping two inmates escape from a Palo Alto courthouse.
Homeless Defy Stereotypes In Wealthy Silicon ValleyMany of the homeless work regular jobs, in some cases serving the very people whose sky-high net worth is the reason housing has become unaffordable for so many.
Inmates Stage Brazen Escape From Palo Alto CourthouseTwo East Palo Alto men being held for the armed robbery of a Sunnyvale Verizon store bolted from the Palo Alto courthouse Monday before a court hearing on the case.
Palo Alto Considers Banning Cars From Part Of University AvenueThe city of Palo Alto is mulling over plans to close down part of a popular street to car traffic so pedestrians take over.
Women In Tech Face Challenges Of Maternal BiasSilicon Valley has a well-documented gender discrimination problem, but more female entrepreneurs are coming forward saying they've been victims of "momism" or maternal bias.
Palo Alto School Superintendent Resigns Amid Controversiesn embattled Bay Area school superintendent is stepping down after months of scandals ranging from budget flubs to the handling of a sexual assault case.
Financial Blunder Proves Costly For Palo Alto School DistrictA Peninsula school district's serious budget failure is leaving taxpayers on the hook for $6 million, all because someone forgot to send a letter.
Search On After Mountain Lion, Cub Spotted In Palo AltoA mountain lion and cub were spotted in a 100-foot-tall redwood tree in Palo Alto Thursday morning, but have not been seen since according to police.
Woman Making Bank Deposit Targeted In Brazen East Palo Alto RobberyPolice in Palo Alto are looking for suspects in a strong-arm robbery who targeted a 7-11 employee Monday morning as she took thousands of dollars to an area bank to make a deposit.
State AG Sides With Recall Effort To Oust Judge PerskyThe California Attorney General's office on Tuesday filed a motion siding with the campaign to recall Judge Aaron Persky.

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