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Cover Story
      Hackers plan to take over downtown Palo Alto block
      Building a 'digital city'

      Palo Alto considers shutting down animal shelter
      Researcher: Math anxiety changes children's brains
      Simitian revives 'Breast Cancer Detection' bill
      Police seek public's help combating burglaries
      Plan to modernize Caltrain sails through regional commission
      Cash mob gives helping hand to Mountain View grocer
      City View
      Gunn to reform counseling program
      Local teens plan 'Hit the Lights' event Saturday
      News Digest
      Paly student saved from near drowning
      Ford Motor Co. drives into downtown Palo Alto
      Palo Alto earns 'D' in service to minority students
      Stanford Law dean resigns to lead Hewlett Foundation
      Lucky liquor store sells another lottery winner
      School board presses 'math task force' members
      Toasting with buttermilk
      A world of experience
      Palo Alto lobbies USPS to sell downtown post office to city
      Foundation donates $4.4M to Palo Alto schools
      Quote of the week
      City mulls tax increase for infrastructure repairs
      Palo Alto's water rates set to rise again
      Around Town
      Public Agenda

      Editorial: Improving high school counseling
      On Deadline: Is 'Zero Waste' just wishful thinking? Is 'Carbon Free' achievable?
      Guest Opinion: How the community can save our schools

Eating Out
      What's for dinner?

Community Pulse

Arts & Entertainment
      Engaging and intriguing
      Water world

      High School Athletes of the Week
      Sports Shorts
      Bill Green was sprinter extraordinaire
      On the air
      In Memoriam: Stanford volleyball player Sam Wopat, 19
      The honors continue for Nneka Ogwumike
      Stanford is ready for a tall task
      Paly golf beats the elements
      Stanford has new challenges
      Baseball heads to Arizona with No. 2 rank intact

Real Estate
      Sales at a glance
      Home Front for March 30:
      Seeking inspiration
      Building permits