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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 8 hours ago | 50 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 4 hours ago | 8 comments

FBI report details local home invasion, sexual assault cases
A Federal Bureau of Investigation affidavit related to the bizarre kidnapping of a Vallejo woman in March reveals new information... Last comment on Sep 2, 2015 at 4:07 pm | 6 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 12 hours ago | 24 comments

 
 
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School board weighs options on parcel tax renewal
School board members are looking ahead at next year's planned parcel tax renewal for the Mountain View Whisman School District, which could be used to bring in new funding for class size reduction, a robust science curriculum and new ways to attract, and keep, teachers amid the state's teacher shortage. Friday, 1:56 PM | 6 comments

Former city clerk Alice Roylance dies
Memorial services are set for next week for Mountain View's longtime former city clerk, Alice Gordh, who was considered a one-woman institution at City Hall. She died Aug. 29 at age 92. Friday, 1:48 PM | 2 comments

Rising rents present new threat for Hacker Dojo
Hacker Dojo, Mountain View's one-of-a-kind laboratory for start-ups and makers, could soon be in need of a new home. For the past three years, the nonprofit and its community have hacked, coded and tinkered out of a leased 16,000-square foot space at 599 Fairchild Drive, a prime spot in the heart of the North Whisman tech community. But that office building may soon become too pricey if the rent rises to market rate when the Dojo's lease agreement expires next year. Friday, 10:40 AM

A rocky road home for apartment fire victims
It's been more than a month since a two-alarm fire at the Park Vista Apartments forced hundreds of residents to take shelter at the nearby Mountain View Senior Center. Thursday, 11:40 AM | 4 comments

Man arrested after harassing three girls
Police arrested a 25-year-old San Francisco man Tuesday after he allegedly asked two middle school-aged girls to come to a hotel room with him, and accosted a third girl later that day.
Thursday, 10:53 AM | 1 comments

Two burglary suspects caught on video
Police are asking for the public's help in finding two suspects who burglarized a Mountain View business in the early hours of last Friday morning, stealing about $7,000 of property including monitors and computers. Wednesday, 1:36 PM

FBI report details local home invasion, sexual assault cases
A Federal Bureau of Investigation affidavit related to the bizarre kidnapping of a Vallejo woman in March reveals new information regarding cases he is suspected of perpetrating in Palo Alto and Mountain View. Wednesday, 11:38 AM | 6 comments

Caltrain begins improvements to prevent deaths by suicides
Caltrain began removing vegetation Tuesday along the rail corridor in Palo Alto as part of a suicide prevention program approved in August. Wednesday, 9:14 AM | 7 comments

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 | 4 comments

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 | 50 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 | 1 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 | 5 comments

County leaders to introduce equal pay ordinance

Major traffic delays from Hwy. 101 closure in Burlingame

Pentagon to invest $75 million in local tech industry

Man arrested after confronting five students

Simitian proposes cap on BART funding

Suspect in Walmart shoe theft, assault is arrested

In city's new wage law, a modest proposal

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