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Little enthusiasm for El Camino bus plan
A proposal to create dedicated bus lanes along El Camino Real is facing a new round of skepticism. On Wednesday, representatives... Last comment 35 minutes ago | 19 comments

County leaders to introduce equal pay ordinance
Santa Clara County and San Jose leaders plan to introduce an equal pay ordinance to echo efforts being made at the state... Last comment 9 hours ago | 7 comments

Simitian proposes cap on BART funding
The 2016 election is still more than a year away, but Santa Clara County officials are already testing the waters for a new... Last comment 15 hours ago | 16 comments

City sets new parking rules for Levi's Stadium 49ers games
It's still the preseason for 49ers' fans, but Mountain View city officials are already getting their game face on. In particular,... Last comment on Aug 31, 2015 at 12:50 pm | 19 comments

 
 
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"Sharing a laugh"
Lauren Ward, left, and Bella Betencor, right, share a laugh as they leave St. Joseph Church. Last Sunday, the 16th, parishioners gathered for the Festival of the Holy spirit and marched from the IFES Portuguese Hall on Stierlin Road to Hope Street. Submitted by James Tensuan on May 17, 2010

 
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Caltrans offers $25K prize for ideas to improve transportation
Caltrans is giving Californians an opportunity to earn $25,000 in exchange for submitting the most innovative idea to improve transportation and other state services.
Tuesday, 4:48 PM

Little enthusiasm for El Camino bus plan
A proposal to create dedicated bus lanes along El Camino Real is facing a new round of skepticism. On Wednesday, representatives from cities along the corridor urged transit officials to give more thought to alternatives to its bus rapid transit plan.
Tuesday, 1:49 PM | 19 comments

Pedestrian struck by car in Los Altos
A pedestrian who jaywalked across El Camino Real in Los Altos on Monday night and was struck by a car is expected to survive his injuries, a police sergeant said.
Tuesday, 11:01 AM | 3 comments

Mosquito fogging scheduled in Mountain View
The Santa Clara County Vector Control District is scheduled to conduct ground fogging for mosquitoes on Wednesday in areas of South Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills. Tuesday, 10:28 AM | 2 comments

County leaders to introduce equal pay ordinance
Santa Clara County and San Jose leaders plan to introduce an equal pay ordinance to echo efforts being made at the state and federal levels.
Monday, 10:52 AM | 7 comments

Major traffic delays from Hwy. 101 closure in Burlingame
U.S. Highway 101 remains blocked in both directions in Burlingame this morning due to downed power lines following a Friday night crash, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Saturday, 9:40 AM

Pentagon to invest $75 million in local tech industry
In a bid to fortify United States security and manufacturing, the Pentagon and a consortium of partners are making a $171 million bet that Silicon Valley can emerge as the global leader in the nascent field of flexible hybrid electronics. Announcing the initiative Friday at the NASA Ames Research Center, U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter pledged that research into the technology would be headquartered in the South Bay as part of a renewed effort to strengthen ties between the country's military and its private tech sector. Monday, 10:52 AM | 2 comments

Man arrested after confronting five students
Police arrested a 34-year-old man on Wednesday morning after he reportedly accosted five middle school students in downtown Mountain View and attempted to give them bottles of water. Monday, 10:52 AM | 7 comments

Simitian proposes cap on BART funding
The 2016 election is still more than a year away, but Santa Clara County officials are already testing the waters for a new 30-year sales tax measure to relieve traffic congestion severely clogs Bay Area highways, expressways and city streets. Friday, 1:10 PM | 16 comments

Suspect in Walmart shoe theft, assault is arrested
Mountain View police thanked the community for helping officers track down a suspect in an assault on a Walmart security guard.
Friday, 12:42 PM | 1 comments

In city's new wage law, a modest proposal
The regional wave toward a higher minimum wage this week swept through Palo Alto, where city officials set aside their differences and happily united behind a law setting the local rate at $11 an hour, topping Mountain View's current rate of $10.30. Friday, 10:59 AM | 2 comments

Behind the scenes at NASA's computer powerhouse

Two sought in laundry room burglary

Back to the land

Police seek home burglary suspects

Pipe-wielding man arrested after injuring two

Water-tracking app wins city contest

City seeks proposals for downtown hotel, transit center

Audit on the way for MV schools

Police tech debuts at city tech expo

 

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