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Youth drug use is down, but potency up
Use of narcotics like those allegedly ingested by the Palo Alto 18-year-old who was arrested after trespassing and fighting... Last comment 4 hours ago | 21 comments

Student streaking: Alarm over mixed messages
Concern over the rising incidence of streaking on the Palo Alto High School campus reached an apparent boiling point among... Last comment 1 hour ago | 9 comments

Demolition for College Terrace Centre begins
The long-awaited, long-debated redevelopment of the College Terrace Centre on El Camino Real began with the first cracking... Last comment 7 hours ago | 38 comments

 
 
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Teens arrested for attempted burglary on Stockton Place
Two teenagers who Palo Alto police say tried to rob a house on Stockton Place on Monday night were tracked down and arrested Tuesday afternoon in Menlo Park. Tuesday, 9:39 PM

Police arrest transient man for burglary, drug possession
Palo Alto police chased and eventually arrested a man allegedly under the influence of narcotics for a host of charges after a woman discovered him in her backyard Monday afternoon. Tuesday, 8:31 PM

Abilities United announces plan to redevelop all facilities
Six months after Abilities United announced the closure of its Betty Wright Aquatic Center, the organization's board of directors voted to redevelop all of its aging facilities, a spokesperson has told the Weekly. Tuesday, 9:45 AM | 4 comments

Nine purported gang members could face death penalty
Alleged members of three East Palo Alto gangs who were indicted for murder with special circumstances in March could face the death penalty, San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said Monday. Monday, 2:27 PM | 5 comments

Stanford graduate wins Pulitzer for photography
Josh Haner, a staff photographer for The New York Times who graduated from Stanford University, has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography for his images of the recovery of a Boston Marathon bombing survivor. Monday, 1:06 PM | 2 comments

Youth narcotics use is down, but some drug potency is up
Use of narcotics — like those allegedly ingested by the Palo Alto 18-year-old who was arrested after trespassing and fighting residents on Colorado Avenue Friday, April 4 — has declined among local youth, according to survey data. Sunday, 10:40 AM | 21 comments

Two men arrested in connection with Palo Alto burglaries
Two Redwood City men were arrested Friday, April 11, after allegedly committing multiple burglaries on the Peninsula, police said. They were in possession of stolen property from burglaries that occurred in Palo Alto, Menlo Park and unincorporated Redwood City. Monday, 8:26 AM | 2 comments

Police helicopter used to search for burglary suspects

Woman sentenced for boyfriend's fatal stabbing

Mobile app aims to bring more commerce to Palo Alto

Ex-Paly principal disciplined for harassment

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