Stanford Undergrads Disinvited From Living on Campus this FallStanford University’s undergraduate students learned Thursday they will not be allowed to live on campus this fall, despite previous statements to the contrary from the school.
Pac-12 Decision A Blow For Stanford Athlete, Vendors Hoping For A Lucrative Fall Football SeasonA normally lucrative season for colleges has disappeared after the Pac-12 announced on Tuesday to halt all sports until at least the beginning of next year because of COVID-19.
Armed Suspects Rob Palo Alto 7-Eleven; Police Release Surveillance PhotosTwo handgun-wielding suspects robbed a 7-Eleven convenience store late Friday night located near downtown Palo Alto, authorities said.
Santa Clara Co. Opens Multiple COVID-19 Testing Sites For Appointments - 'Convenience Is Key'Beginning this week, Santa Clara County will provide appointment-based testing sites on a consistently scheduled, rotating basis.
Reopenings: Not Everyone Pleased With Closure Of Palo Alto's University Ave For Outdoor DiningOn a sunny Sunday evening, Palo Alto's University Ave. was crowded with local residents taking advantage of the city's decision to shutdown the main street to allow al fresco dining.
Danville Scales Back Street Closure After Retailer ComplaintsClosing down the main street to allow for outdoor dining has been a popular idea in many smaller Bay Area cities. But in some cases, the closures are hurting businesses.
Former Silicon Valley CEO Manuel Henriquez Gets 6 Months Prison In College Admission ScandalThe founder of a Silicon Valley venture capital firm was sentenced Wednesday to six months behind bars for paying about $450,000 in bribes to boost his two daughters' entrance exam scores and get one of them into Georgetown University as a bogus tennis recruit.
Secretive Silicon Valley Data Firm Palantir Technologies Files For IPOPalantir Technologies, the secretive Silicon Valley data company, is about to become a little more transparent.
Belmont Man Allegedly Beat Uber Driver, Tried To Steal Car Over Over Itinerary DisputeAn rideshare customer allegedly hit and tried to steal an Uber driver's car after he became angry because he couldn't change his itinerary.
New Push To Open Palo Alto's Picturesque Foothills Park To Non-ResidentsIt is a discussion that has come and gone many times over the years, but the current social justice movement might be the final push needed to make a Bay Area park open to the entire public.
George Floyd Protesters Bring Chaos Back To Walnut Creek, Block Freeways In Santa Rosa, East Palo AltoPolice and CHP had their hands full in Walnut Creek Monday evening after a group of protesters splintered off of a larger peaceful march, blocking traffic on I-680 and damaging property downtown.
Reopening: Palo Alto Teachers List COVID-19 Safety Demands Before Return To ClassroomsTeachers in the Palo Alto Unified School District are asking for personal protective equipment for themselves as well as their students before they feel safe to walk into a classroom again.
Former Palo Alto VA Cardiology Chief Dr. John Giacomini Indicted For Alleged Sexual Battery Against SubordinateFederal authorities have indicted Dr. John Giacomini, former Chief of Cardiology at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Hospital, for alleged sexual battery against a female subordinate doctor at the hospital.
Coronavirus Update: Palo Alto Issues Face Coverings RequirementPalo Alto residents are now required to wear face coverings in public following a City Council decision Monday and an emergency order by the city manager.
Suspect Arrested For Assaulting Women, Indecent Exposure At Palo Alto Soccer ComplexA man was arrested for assaulting two woman and then exposing himself to them at a neighborhood soccer complex in Palo Alto, according to authorities.