COVID Reopening: Google Looks To Reopen Offices On Voluntary Basis Starting In AprilGoogle announced Wednesday that it is likely to begin reopening U.S. offices to employees on a voluntary basis starting in April.
COVID Sports: Bellarmine Vs. Saint Francis Football Matchup Rescheduled Due To Positive CasesA highly-anticipated rivalry high school football matchup between Bellarmine College Preparatory and St. Francis High School in Mountain View has been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols.
COVID Reopening: Santa Clara County Indoor Dining, Gyms Open For 1st Time Since December After Shift To Red TierSanta Clara County, the Bay Area's largest, entered the state's less-restrictive Red Tier on Wednesday, allowing indoor dining, exercising in gyms and fitness studios and watching movies in theaters to resume.
UPDATE: Northbound Highway 101 In Mountain View Reopens After 14-Hour Long Crisis NegotiationSeveral lanes of Highway 101 near Highway 85 in Mountain View have been closed for several hours morning due to a medical emergency on an overpass that began Tuesday morning, police said.
Mountain View Police Ask For Help Finding Missing 12-Year-Old GirlPolice in Mountain View on Monday evening asked for the public's help finding a 12-year-old girl who had left her home this afternoon.
Police Arrest Suspect In Mountain View StabbingPolice in Mountain View on Thursday announced a 19-year-old male resident has been arrested in connection with a stabbing that seriously injured another man earlier this week.
3rd Antitrust Lawsuit In 2 Months Filed Against Google, Dozens Of States JoinDozens of states filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Google on Thursday, alleging that the Mountain View-based search giant has an illegal monopoly over the online search market that hurts consumers and advertisers.
Google Hires New Personnel Head Amid Rising Worker TensionsGoogle has hired a top executive from pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca to oversee its personnel policies amid ongoing tensions with many employees who are upset with the company's policies.
COVID Work From Home: Google Delays Return To Office Until At Least SeptemberGoogle employees won't be returning to the office until September. And when they do, the Mountain View-based tech giant might not be going five days a week.
Google CEO Says Company Will Review Abrupt Exit Of AI Scholar Timnit GebruGoogle CEO Sundar Pichai has apologized for how a prominent artificial intelligence researcher's abrupt departure last week has “seeded doubts” in the company heaquartered in Mountain View.
Google AI Researcher Timnit Gebru's Exit Sparks Ethics, Bias ConcernsFuror over Timnit Gebru’s abrupt departure is the latest incident raising questions about whether Google has strayed so far away from its original “Don’t Be Evil” motto that the company now routinely ousts employees who dare to challenge management.
Waymo Pulls Self-Driving Cars From San Francisco Over Concerns About Post-Election UnrestWaymo, the self-driving company of Google's parent company Alphabet, has suspended its self-driving operations in San Francisco as businesses and cities in the Bay Area and across the country brace for potential unrest.
'We Really Didn't Expect This' - NASA Ames Researchers Contribute To Discovery Of Water Molecules On The MoonNASA wraps up a busy October with another significant announcement regarding the discovery of molecular water on the sunlit surface of the moon.
Google Unveils Cheaper, 5G Versions Of Pixel 5 To Compete In Apple-Dominated MarketGoogle is trying to turn the tide with the Pixel 5, which boasts several new camera features, and a $700 price tag, a markdown of $100 from last year's model.
Senate Judiciary Antitrust Panel Grills Google Exec On Online AdvertisingA Senate panel put a top Google executive on the defensive over the company’s powerful position in online advertising as some lawmakers look hopefully toward an expected antitrust case against the tech giant by the Trump administration.