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Council hopefuls head to Google for Wednesday forum
Eight candidates vying for a seat on the Mountain View City Council will get another chance to square off at a political... Last comment on Sep 24, 2016 at 10:48 pm | 9 comments

USGS moving to new home at Moffett Field
Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey say they intend to shut down their West Coast science center in Menlo Park over... Last comment on Sep 22, 2016 at 10:28 pm | 14 comments

City survey seeks opinions on vehicle-dwellers
Crisanto Avenue near Rengstorff Park has been overwhelmed with people living in RVs and other vehicles, as have other parts... Last comment on Sep 21, 2016 at 5:35 pm | 32 comments

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Kenny Loggins on stage at El Camino Hospital Foundationâ??s first annual Sapphire Soirée. More than $650,000 was raised for the El Camino Hospital Cancer Center. Four hundred twenty community leaders, physicians and Foundation supporters attended the gala evening on May 14 at Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club in Menlo Park in celebration of El Camino Hospitalâ??s 50th anniversary. Photo by Moanalani Jeffrey Submitted by Shara Hall on Jun 7, 2011

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Air District issues third straight Spare the Air alert for Tuesday
The Bay Area's intense heat wave prompted regional air quality officials today to issue another Spare the Air smog alert for Tuesday. Monday, 4:35 PM

First ballots of presidential election mailed Saturday
Santa Clara County mailed the first ballots of the Nov. 8 presidential election on Saturday, a Registrar of Voters' Office spokesman said. Monday, 4:18 PM

Tuesday: Council to revise tenant relocation ordinance
On Tuesday night, the Mountain View City Council is poised to strengthen the city's tenant relocation ordinance, a policy that is a key component of Measure W. Revisions to the policy will determine how aggressively city leaders want to discourage evictions.
Monday, 2:28 PM

Bicyclist suffers serious injuries in collision with city shuttle
A Graham Middle School student on a bicycle was taken to the hospital with serious injuries Friday afternoon after he collided with a Mountain View Community Shuttle on Castro Street. Monday, 1:52 PM

Rent control opponents collect $520K to fight measures
With just three weeks remaining before mail-in ballots go out for the November election, the political battle is intensifying over Mountain View's proposed rent-control measures. Monday, 10:33 AM

Air quality officials issue Spare the Air alert for Monday
A Spare the Air alert has been issued for today in the Bay Area as light winds, heat and exhaust from vehicle traffic produce an unhealthy level of smog, officials with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District said Sunday. Monday, 10:04 AM

Heat breaks temperature record at Moffett Field
Clear skies and westerly winds brought record-breaking heat to two Bay Area locations today, according to official data from the National Weather Service. At Moffett Field near Mountain View the high temperature was 96 degrees, breaking the old record of 91 degrees set in 1978. Sunday, 9:32 PM | 4 comments

Self-driving car struck by red-light runner
One of Google's self-driving cars was involved in a collision Friday after a driver ran a red light, slamming into the autonomous vehicle as it passed through a busy intersection in Mountain View. Sunday, 3:59 PM | 11 comments

Mountain View temps to reach 95 degrees Sunday
A heat advisory has been issued for Sunday and Monday in the San Francisco Bay Area as western winds keep cool ocean air out to sea, according to officials with the National Weather Service. Saturday, 2:48 PM

Housing, transportation dominate candidates' forum
In a candidate forum held on Wednesday afternoon, eight hopefuls competing for a Mountain View City Council seats were largely in agreement that the city's top challenges were meeting the area's housing and transportation needs.
Friday, 1:53 PM | 12 comments

Long nights of homework are history
Teachers at both of Mountain View's high schools are looking at ways to cut back on homework assignments, following a new district-wide initiative aimed at promoting wellness and easing stress among teens. But some teachers are serving as trailblazers for the Mountain View-Los Altos High School District. Friday, 9:08 AM | 8 comments

Widespread heat expected in Bay Area Sunday

Exiting hospital CEO gets $224K bonus

Stanford, other universities team up on bioscience

Council approves 144-unit apartment project on Ortega Avenue

Attempted grand theft arrest at Kohl's

Smash-and-grab burglary caught on video

Home prices up slightly in August compared to last year


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