from the Mountain View Voice news staff
Residential burglaries up this year
Local residential burglaries are up, according to officials with the Mountain View Police Department.
(Friday, 11:06 PM)
City set to design new veterans memorial
With Memorial Day just around the corner, the City Council has decided that the two plaques in Mountain View dedicated to war veterans just aren't enough. (Friday, 4:00 PM)
Armed man robs Wells Fargo bank
A masked robber armed with a gun made off with an undisclosed amount of cash yesterday after robbing a Wells Fargo bank branch near the corner of Miramonte Avenue and Cuesta Drive in the Blossom Valley Shopping Center, according to police. (Thursday, 5:23 PM)
Fist-fight at gas station escalates quickly
Two men got into a fight at a Mountain View gas station early Tuesday morning, with one brandishing a knife, according to police. (Thursday, 5:20 PM)
Gov. Brown calls for focus on climate change
Gov. Jerry Brown today urged scientists to dedicate themselves to convincing a distracted public and news media about the dangers of climate change and other potential disruptions to human life.
(Thursday, 2:20 PM)
Google burglary bust
It appears that an ex-Googler may have felt he was entitled to a do-it-yourself severance package after the company cut him loose last month. (Thursday, 1:02 PM)
Immigrant house may be placed in new city park
After saving it from demolition earlier this year, City Council members voted Tuesday on a strategy for restoring and relocating the tiny historic home known as the Immigrant House. The council voted 6-1, with Mayor John Inks opposed, to place the home at 771 North Rengstorff Ave., the lush 1.2-acre lot which the council voted to buy earlier this month. (Thursday, 12:58 PM)
Unlikely barbecue joint
If Mountain View had a resident ribs master, it would be Harold Willis. And you won't find him -- or his ribs -- in a local restaurant, but in the parking lot of Lozano's Car Wash on El Camino Real (Friday, 11:09 AM)
• At-risk high school students making gains (Thursday, 12:01 PM)
• Tropicana Lodge being demolished (Tuesday, 1:58 PM)
• Cash, jewelry stolen in burglary (Wednesday, 11:49 AM)
• Burglars kick in door (Wednesday, 11:48 AM)
• Palo Alto tries to make 'hackathons' a family affair (Wednesday, 11:06 AM)
• Re-open Whisman School? (Tuesday, 1:51 PM)
• Helping the helpless (Tuesday, 8:16 AM)
• Death plunge to Hwy. 101 ruled a suicide (Monday, 12:11 PM)
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