Eroding bank prompts closure on Stevens Creek Trail
A segment of Stevens Creek Trail has been temporarily closed after recent storms caused severe bank erosion along Stevens... Last comment 1 hour ago | 21 comments
Parents up in arms over digital math program
It sounds like a perfect fit for a school district based in the heart of Silicon Valley: a "smart" math curriculum -- administered... Last comment on Jan 17, 2017 at 8:58 am | 89 comments
"Rainy day rainbow"
Bethani Semple find coverage under her Cirque du Soleil rainbow umbrella as she walks down Castro Street. On her way to Book Buyers, Semple says she enjoys the rain. Submitted by Michelle Le on May 17, 2010
Series of storms, heavy winds to lash Bay Area
A series of storms will be moving through the Bay Area over the next several days, bringing heavy winds and more rain to an already saturated region, according to the National Weather Service.
Wednesday, 1:42 PM
Free preschool program set to expand
The Mountain View Whisman School District is moving full-steam ahead on a new plan to revamp its free preschool program, allowing more middle-income families in Mountain View to enroll and dropping an income eligibility requirement that left dozens of preschool seats empty last year. Wednesday, 9:55 AM | 1 comments
House cleaner arrested on burglary charges
Police arrested a house cleaner last week after she allegedly burglarized multiple homes, including at least one in Mountain View.
Tuesday, 5:45 PM | 2 comments
Local hospitals brace for Obamacare repeal
The inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump is still a week away, but congressional leaders are wasting no time delivering on one of his major campaign promises: the repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Tuesday, 2:04 PM | 3 comments
Squeezing in a new school
The Mountain View Whisman School District is still hammering out the details on what Slater Elementary will look like when it reopens in 2019, but one thing is for certain: the campus is going to look a whole lot different from the rest of the schools in the city. That's because space is tight at the 8.8-acre campus, and sharing space with Google's preschool means the district is going to have to build up. Tuesday, 12:04 PM | 14 comments
Weather service issues wind advisory for Wednesday
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the San Francisco Bay Area that will take effect Wednesday.
Tuesday, 12:03 PM
Travel advisory: PA Transit Center bus depot closing for 9 days
The Palo Alto Transit Center bus depot will be temporarily closed Jan. 17-26 due to a City of Palo Alto construction project. Caltrain service will not be affected. Monday, 10:03 PM
Winter Spare the Air alert issued for Tuesday
A Winter Spare the Air Alert issued for Tuesday in the Bay Area bans residents and businesses from burning wood, manufactured fire logs or any other solid fuel both indoors and outdoors for 24 hours. Monday, 10:02 PM
Measure V backers to rally at City Hall
With the future of rent control on the line, the Mountain View Tenants Coalition is making another show of force with a rally in front of City Hall. The event, scheduled for 3 p.m. is taking aim at city officials' lack to action to prevent the roll-out of Measure V from being postponed by a lawsuit. Monday, 1:36 PM | 48 comments
Stevens Creek bank erosion prompts trail closure
A segment of Stevens Creek Trail has been temporarily closed after recent storms caused severe bank erosion along Stevens Creek. Monday, 1:25 PM | 21 comments
Two arrested on drug charges
Two men were arrested in Mountain View after police allegedly found them in possession of a significant amount of drugs including marijuana, pills and what appeared to be stimulants. Monday, 10:25 AM
City loses chronicler of Mountain View's past
For anyone hoping to learn more about Mountain View's history, the best starting point was always to check with Barbara Kinchen, or "Bobby" as her friends called her. Monday, 9:50 AM