Palo Alto Looks To Fast Track $15 Minimum WageThe Palo Alto City Council will consider an ordinance Monday evening that would adjust its minimum wage ordinance to provide a $15 hourly rate by 2019.
3 Men In White Hoodies Burglarize Palo Alto HomeThree men broke into a Palo Alto house wearing matching white hoodies with an unusual logo.
Victim Transported After Caltrain Strikes Truck On TracksOne person has been transported to a hospital after a commuter train struck a vehicle on the tracks Monday evening in Palo Alto.
More Than Manhattan: Silicon Valley Office Rents Highest In U.S.A new report finds office space in parts of Menlo Park and Palo Alto cost more to rent than the priciest office space in New York City.
Palo Alto To Rebuild Broken Nature Boardwalk, Carefully And Very SlowlyThe City of Palo Alto is all but certain to approve a $1.5 million renovation of a popular bay nature walk next week. But that doesn't mean it will be finished anytime soon.
Palo Alto Board Rejects Zuckerberg’s Proposal To Tear Down HomesMembers of Palo Alto’s Architectural Review Board are saying no to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckeberg’s plan to tear down neighboring homes he spent $30 million on.
Thief Steals Nearly $10,000 From Palo Alto Church CollectionPolice in Palo Alto are searching for a man who stole thousands of dollars from a church collection basket following a service last Sunday.
Hotel Room Set On Fire In Palo Alto Domestic Violence SpatPalo Alto Police have arrested a man accused of setting fire to a hotel room and later threatening officers with a knife.
Panda Express Manager Hurt In Palo Alto Restaurant FireA manager at a Palo Alto restaurant suffered minor injuries when a fire broke out in the restaurant’s kitchen Monday morning, according to fire officials.
Palo Alto Mayor Frustrated With Tech BoomTo hear Mayor Patrick Burt tell it, Palo Alto has a problem: too many jobs, too many big tech companies.
Fired Hewlett-Packard Employees Sue For Age-DiscriminationA lawsuit filed in court accuses Silicon Valley high tech giant Hewlett-Packard of purging its older employees "to make the company younger."
Palo Alto Planning Commissioner Quitting Over Pricey Housing Explains WhyKate Downing dropped the bombshell that she was quitting during her last meeting as a Palo Alto planning commissioner, talking about the kids she wants to have.

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