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Judge dismisses Stanford lawsuit over affordable-housing law
Stanford University's claims against a Santa Clara County inclusionary-housing ordinance that applies to new housing developments on university land were largely dismissed by a federal district court judge on Thursday. Sunday, 10:04 PM

Probation, community service and a fine for Menlo Park parent in college admissions scam
Peter Jan Sartorio of Menlo Park, the first local parent to be sentenced in the nationwide college admissions scam, received the lightest sentence handed down so far from a federal judge on Friday. Saturday, 3:29 PM

Google launches $10 million Bay Area charity contest
Google officials are launching a $10 million grant program for Bay Area charities looking to grow. Sunday, 9:03 AM

Editorial: Questioning the City Council's RV ban
The recent action -- and inaction -- by the Mountain View City Council regarding vehicle dwellers is disheartening and somewhat baffling. Saturday, 8:32 AM | 14 comments

At El Camino Hospital, doctors fight tumors with brain implants
El Camino Hospital physicians are taking a new approach to stubborn brain tumors that keep coming back, debuting a surgical treatment last month that plants a radioactive device directly into the patient's brain. Friday, 1:47 PM

New report says English proficiency rate is stalled or dropping at Mountain View Whisman schools
Mountain View Whisman School District students learning English saw their language proficiency languish or even regress last year, according to a recent report. Friday, 1:43 PM | 27 comments

Not guilty plea in 'home invasion' staged to evict tenants
A Mountain View landlord has pleaded not guilty to charges that she and her accomplices staged a home invasion against her tenants in an attempt to coerce them into leaving. Friday, 9:52 AM | 5 comments

Air quality advisory for Bay Area due to wildfire smoke
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued an air quality advisory through Friday as smoke from wildfires in the Sierras moves into the region.
Thursday, 3:41 PM

County workers' strike postponed amid power shutoff
Santa Clara County workers who have been striking since last week are postponing the work stoppage until further notice because of PG&E's Public Safety Power Shutoff affecting the area. Thursday, 10:48 AM

Mountain View lays out $81 million plan for El Camino Real
A new streetscape plan lays out $81 million in future improvements for El Camino Real with much of that funding expected to come from future developers. Thursday, 8:37 AM | 17 comments

Santa Clara County declares emergency over PG&E power shutoff

Bay Area helpline for mental health launches statewide

PG&E working to restore website amid massive power shutoff

Supervisors decline to restart negotiations with Stanford on campus expansion

 

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