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Parents urge deeper push to improve special ed
It was supposed to be the "golden ticket" for the Palo Alto Unified School District's special-education program: an in-depth,... Last comment 2 hours ago | 19 comments

Raises on the way for Palo Alto's top staff
Palo Alto's four council-appointed officers are all set to get raises on Monday night, when the City Council convenes for... Last comment 18 hours ago | 14 comments

Palo Alto braces for budget deficit
Despite a thriving economy and growing revenues, Palo Alto is heading into the new year with a financial cloud on the horizon:... Last comment 6 hours ago | 56 comments

Lawsuit: Stanford acted with 'deliberate indifference' to reports of sexual assault
A female Stanford University student who says the same male student sexually assaulted her and several other women has filed... Last comment 16 hours ago | 15 comments


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In Trump-inspired resolution, Palo Alto pledges to 'reject bigotry in all its forms'
Responding to community anxieties about the recent presidential election, Palo Alto officials plan to pass on Monday night a resolution pledging the city's commitment to diversity and unity and vowing to oppose “any attempts to undermine the safety, security and rights of members of our community." Saturday, 9:01 PM | 4 comments

Stanford administration suspends student-run marching band

Stanford fires back at student's sex-assault lawsuit

Parents urge deeper push to improve special ed in Palo Alto

VIDEO: Harvard report on special education

Christmas Tree Lane turns on lights Dec. 17

Creating happy holidays: where to give and volunteer


Cardinal women rally behind Ajanaku to stop the Badgers
NCAA volleyball
Inky Ajanaku, in a powerful display of strength, athleticism and determination, willed the Cardinal from a two-match deficit to topple host and third-seeded Wisconsin, 18-25, 24-26, 25-21, 25-21, 15-9, in a NCAA regional final Saturday, helping earn the Stanford women's volleyball team a spot in next weekend's Final Four, where it gets a rematch with Minnesota on Thursday. Sunday, 12:07 AM

Paly's Dorward named MVP of boys' basketball tournament

The Bears are heading to a state football bowl game

Stanford men seeking second straight NCAA soccer title

Ajanaku puts her stamp on Stanford's 4-set victory

Gunn grad McElfresh named D-II Scholar Player of the Year

Stanford's Vardell earns NCAA silver anniversary award


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Office Christmas Party If only life were as simple as "Office Christmas Party," Paramount's new mall-ready holiday season comedy. Everything, for example, would be clearly labeled, like "Office Christmas Party," the movie that's all about the office Christmas party. Everyo...... Read the full review

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