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Bicyclist suffers serious injuries in collision with city shuttle
A bicyclist was taken to the hospital with serious injuries Friday afternoon after he collided with a Mountain View Community... Last comment 28 minutes ago | 32 comments

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... Last comment 22 hours ago | 17 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... Last comment 9 hours ago | 26 comments

 
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The search continues at SETI
Mankind is as lonely as ever in the universe, but the search for neighbors goes on. Friday, 12:53 PM | 1 comments

Cuesta Park home ransacked in home burglary
Police say that a suspect burglarized a home in Mountain View last week, ransacking the residence and stealing items worth thousands of dollars. Friday, 11:11 AM | 2 comments

Council approves huge, 583-unit complex
At the Sept. 27 meeting, the Mountain View City Council unanimously gave the green light for one of the city's largest apartment projects to be built directly across the street from the rapidly expanding San Antonio shopping center. The project at 400 San Antonio Road would construct two, five-story apartment buildings and a seven-story building that would bring a combined 583 new housing units into one of the city's bustling commercial areas. Friday, 11:11 AM | 5 comments

El Camino Hospital names interim CEO
After more than an hour and a half in closed session Tuesday night, El Camino Hospital board members voted 7-0 to select Donald C. Sibery as the hospital's interim CEO. Thursday, 1:03 PM | 3 comments

Traffic could put limits on North Bayshore housing plans
Aspirational plans by Mountain View City Council members to allow up to 10,000 new housing units in North Bayshore may hit a snag, after an early traffic analysis by the city shows that injecting that much housing into the office-heavy area would bring traffic to a standstill. Thursday, 9:58 AM | 10 comments

Fire in Santa Cruz Mountains impacting air quality
Smoke due to the Loma fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains is contributing to poor air quality in Santa Clara County, the Santa Clara County Public Health Department said in a statement Wednesday, Sept. 28. Thursday, 9:10 AM

First rain of the season forecast for Sunday
Roads will be slick on Sunday in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas as the first rain of the rainy season falls that day, officials with the National Weather Service said. Thursday, 9:09 AM | 1 comments

Caltrain to outfit Clipper Card readers for visually impaired
Caltrain stations will soon feature new devices to help passengers with visual impairments locate Clipper card readers, according to transportation officials.
Wednesday, 4:54 PM

Council delays on relocation ordinance, creating uncertainty about Measure W
In a setback for Measure W, the Mountain View City Council's alternative to rent-control, council members voted narrowly on Tuesday to table a closely intertwined discussion on the city's tenant-relocation ordinance until after the November election. In effect, the delay means the city-sponsored Measure W will go before voters with ambiguity over how aggressively it will regulate the local rental housing market.
Wednesday, 1:26 PM | 18 comments

Another stab at drawing new school boundaries
The Mountain View Whisman School District kicked off a new effort to change attendance boundaries, marking the second attempt by district officials in recent years to re-draw a map that has some schools overwhelmed with students. Wednesday, 9:10 AM | 13 comments

Avenidas heads list of new Cubberley tenants
With Foothill College now completing its departure from Cubberley Community Center, Palo Alto is preparing to welcome a fresh class of nonprofit groups, studios and educational programs into the sprawling center on the city's southern edge. Tuesday, 5:43 PM

Ohlone Day at Deer Hollow
Friends of Deer Hollow Farm's annual Ohlone Day Living History Festival will be held from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Tuesday, 3:55 PM

Carbon-cutting plan approved by council
The Mountain View City Council approved a list of new actions to curb greenhouse gases, with the goal of eventually reducing the city's carbon emissions by 80 percent. Tuesday, 1:35 PM | 3 comments

Teacher shortage still a big problem
School has been back in session for more than a month, but the dust hasn't quite settled in the ongoing struggle to get a teacher in every classroom. Tuesday, 10:42 AM | 1 comments

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

Bicyclist suffers serious injuries in collision with city shuttle

Rent control opponents collect $520K to fight measures

Air quality officials issue Spare the Air alert for Monday

Heat breaks temperature record at Moffett Field

Self-driving car struck by red-light runner

Mountain View temps to reach 95 degrees Sunday

Housing, transportation dominate candidates' forum

 

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