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Palo Alto professor accuses Kavanaugh of sexual assault
Christine Blasey Ford, a psychology professor at Palo Alto University, identified herself Sunday to the Washington Post as... Last comment 1 hour ago | 72 comments

Palo Alto broadens law to help evicted tenants
In an abrupt change of course, the Palo Alto City Council approved on Monday night a law ensuring that tenants facing eviction... Last comment 6 hours ago | 23 comments

Opponents gear up for battle over health care
Measure F will either burden Palo Alto taxpayers with a new bureaucracy that could cost up to $2 million a year to administer... Last comment 6 hours ago | 35 comments

Guest Opinion: Half a million empty tech jobs ... and growing.
The great economic news: employment rates are at an all-time high. The terrific news for Americans seeking a career in tech:... Last comment 3 hours ago | 46 comments

 
 
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Community shows support to Kavanaugh accuser
Local residents, friends and strangers have rallied around Christine Blasey Ford, who has publicly accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her while they were teenagers. Wednesday, 6:52 PM

Tanaka blasts council colleagues for 'busting budget'
Palo Alto City Councilman Greg Tanaka publicly accused his council colleagues and city staff on Tuesday night of poor stewardship in handling city finances and for repeatedly failing to "stick to the budget." Wednesday, 9:54 AM | 25 comments

Public Works veteran tapped to lead department
Brad Eggleston, a veteran engineer who has been at the forefront of Palo Alto's recent push to upgrade its infrastructure, will be the new leader of the Public Works Department. Wednesday, 12:58 PM | 1 comments

Man arraigned in fatal 2011 East Palo Alto shooting
A 27-year-old man has been extradited to San Mateo County to face murder charges for a fatal 2011 shooting of a Menlo Park woman in East Palo Alto, the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office said on Tuesday. Wednesday, 2:01 PM

Palo Alto finalizes design on new police headquarters
With the cost of Palo Alto's proposed new public-safety building now hovering above $100 million, City Council members on Monday urged staff to move quickly on constructing the project, which has been in the works for nearly two decades. Tuesday, 2:31 PM | 11 comments

Moonlight Run returning to the Baylands
The Palo Alto Baylands is expected to be flooded with visitors this Friday when more than 1,700 runners flock to the trails for the Palo Alto Weekly's 34th annual Moonlight Run & Walk. Wednesday, 9:23 AM | 1 comments

Readers: Contribute questions for school board debate
The Palo Alto Weekly and Palo Alto Online is hosting the first Board of Education debate of the election season on Thursday, Sept. 20, 7:30-9 p.m. at the Palo Alto Art Center and is seeking reader-submitted questions. Monday, 3:37 PM | 16 comments

Palo Alto broadens law to help evicted tenants

Man robs mother and daughter in Professorville

Menlo Park: Police arrest man on suspicion of attempted rape

East Palo Alto City Council nixes stun gun use

Longtime Stanford volunteer Burt McMurtry dies

PUBLIC AGENDA: Proposed public safety building; pension obligations

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