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Palantir charged with discrimination against Asian applicants
Palantir Technology, the data-mining giant that has gradually become one of downtown Palo Alto's most visible tenants, was... Last comment 46 minutes ago | 38 comments

Planning commission set for a shake-up
While Palo Alto prepares to elect new City Council members in November, another heated race is quietly taking place behind... Last comment on Sep 26, 2016 at 11:44 pm | 25 comments

Burglars hit Keeble & Shuchat by breaking through wall
Burglars broke through layers of plaster, plywood, sheetrock and a display case to get inside Keeble & Shuchat Photography... Last comment 3 hours ago | 23 comments

Guest Opinion: Deciding Palo Alto's future growth
The biggest issue in this year's City Council race is deciding how Palo Alto should grow. This year's council election is... Last comment 13 hours ago | 30 comments

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Police: Road-rage suspect brandishes gun, gets nabbed
A man who Palo Alto police said brandished a gun at another motorist during a road-rage incident on Embarcadero Road Tuesday morning was arrested that afternoon near Stanford Shopping Center after a police search that included a lockdown at Nordstrom. Tuesday, 11:20 AM | 6 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, 2:39 PM | 3 comments

State, federal bills focus on law enforcement gun storage
The shooting death of Pleasanton native Kate Steinle in San Francisco last year by a gun stolen from a federal ranger's car has given rise to new state legislation and a recently introduced federal bill each aimed at stopping law enforcement firearms from getting into the wrong hands. Tuesday, 2:41 PM

Palantir charged with discriminating against Asians
Palantir Technology, the data-mining giant that has gradually become one of downtown Palo Alto's most visible tenants, was charged Monday with systematically discriminating against Asian job applicants for three positions, according to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Labor. Tuesday, 9:26 AM | 38 comments

Palo Alto OKs plan for $15 minimum wage by 2019
Palo Alto hopped on a regional bandwagon Monday night when city officials agreed to raise the local minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2019. Tuesday, 1:37 AM | 5 comments

District: 'No' on new elementary school, but explore K-8 site

Burglars hit Keeble & Shuchat by breaking through wall

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to invest $3 billion in research

Air District issues third straight Spare the Air alert for Tuesday

School board to hold special policy workshop Tuesday

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