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RHC quashes rent increases on Del Medio
It started nearly a year and a half ago, but the city's most vexing landlord-tenant dispute has finally reached a resolution. Read... Last comment 10 hours ago | 18 comments

Plea deal in attempted downtown kidnapping
Two men pleaded guilty after they allegedly grabbed a woman leaving a downtown Mountain View night club last year, brandished... Last comment 14 hours ago | 16 comments

 
 
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"Yuri's Night"
The Five Ton Crane is an art installation from Bay Area artists. Attendees at Yuri's Night stand in line to tour the rocketship. Submitted by Michelle Le on May 17, 2010

 
 
 
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Tenant buyout rules approved by RHC
A package of policies to allow landlords to negotiate side deals with tenants to buy them out of rent-controlled apartments was approved by the Mountain View Rental Housing Committee on Monday, Feb. 11. Tuesday, 11:43 AM | 1 comments

Report: Inequality on the rise in Silicon Valley
Despite a sizzling economy and an influx of wealth, Silicon Valley remains a bastion of inequality, with more residents now struggling to afford the growing costs of housing, child care and transportation, according to a newly released snapshot of the regional economy. Tuesday, 1:50 PM | 3 comments

Two men in stolen vehicle arrested on drug, theft charges
Two men driving through the North Whisman neighborhood were arrested early Saturday, Feb. 9, after police found they were driving a stolen vehicle full of suspected stolen goods, including a police badge. Tuesday, 5:36 PM | 1 comments

Plea deal in attempted downtown kidnapping
Two men pleaded guilty after they allegedly grabbed a woman leaving a downtown Mountain View nightclub last year, brandished guns when people tried to intervene and fired two rounds out of a vehicle as they drove away.
Tuesday, 1:50 PM | 16 comments

Wrestling with stereotypes
The only female member of Mountain View High School's wrestling team says she's found camaraderie and confidence through the sport. Tuesday, 5:36 PM

Caltrain projects still a go despite high-speed rail reversal
California hit the brakes on the decadelong effort to build a high-speed rail line between its major population centers. But the turnaround earlier this week in Gov. Gavin Newsom's State of the State address is expected to have minimal impact on a suite of train corridor projects along the Peninsula -- at least in the near term. Tuesday, 1:51 PM | 7 comments

When NASA closes, turkeys take over
When you shut down the government for five weeks, there are going to be some unintended consequences. Tuesday, 1:51 PM | 1 comments

A nature oasis opens in Google's backyard
Next week, Mountain View officials will celebrate the completion of what might be called an oasis of nature tucked into the city's tech center. Friday, 1:54 PM | 8 comments

County seeks developer for new teacher housing project
With five North County school districts now offering support and funds, Santa Clara County officials are seeking a developer to build a teacher housing complex in Palo Alto.
Friday, 12:29 PM | 2 comments

School board approves cuts despite concerns from parents, staff
In a reluctant but unanimous vote, Mountain View Whisman school board members last week approved a long list of cuts to bring down deficit spending. Friday, 9:39 AM | 21 comments

Landlord's appeal for higher rents denied by RHC
It started nearly a year and a half ago, but the city's most vexing landlord-tenant dispute has finally reached a resolution. Thursday, 3:44 PM | 18 comments

El Camino Hospital board votes to buy five South Bay clinics
El Camino Hospital's board of directors agreed Wednesday night to buy five clinics in the South Bay, without promising to keep existing employees.
Thursday, 1:56 PM

Council seeks to revise pot shop rules
Mountain View City Council members agreed Tuesday to revisit regulations for cannabis businesses in Mountain View, just months after the laws were approved. Thursday, 11:13 AM | 38 comments

Mountain View auto burglaries reach new heights

Two men arrested for carjacking, shooting teen at tire store

County Supervisors boost funds for enforcing labor laws

Stanford professor named to state Board of Education

 

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