Stanford doctors are testing a new treatment that may have the ability to slow or reverse some symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
A noose was found hanging outside a dorm at Stanford University on Sunday and campus police are investigating it as a hate crime.
Bay Area Ukraine relief groups say donations are dwindling as the war drags on. The groups are holding daily fundraisers and rallies in the coming days and are hoping attendance will not be impacted by donor fatigue.
In the war on disinformation, former President Barack Obama says it's time Silicon Valley, legislators, and the public took action.
Paige Bueckers scored 14 points and UConn advanced to the national championship game with a 63-58 win over defending champion Stanford on Friday night.
Customers at restaurants and hair salons were tipping handsomely early on in the pandemic, but those tips have since become less generous. Stanford Marketing Professor Kwabenh Baah Donkor spoke to Mornings on 2 about the reasons behind that change.
During a March 26 game, Colgate Softball honored Katie Meyer, Stanford's late soccer star. They wanted to highlight the importance of mental health for athletes.
A recent study conducted at Stanford University found that LGBTQ women face higher risk pregnancies.
Stanford University and AEI Fellow Oriana Skylar Mastro spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine as President Biden finished a two-hour phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss where China stands on Russia's war on Ukraine.
Stanford Lecturer and Former NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine on Tuesday about where the war in Ukraine may lead next and how NATO and US may be able to express more support.
Stanford Russia analyst Dr. Kathryn Stoner spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine on Wednesday about the latest attacks from Russian soldiers on Ukrainian civilians.
As the Stanford women's basketball team rode to another Pac-12 title, they paid tribute to Katie Meyer.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Steven Pifer spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine about new developments that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is no longer pressing for membership in NATO.
The family of Katie Meyer announced memorial plans for their daughter. The Stanford soccer star died last week of suicide.
In an emotional interview, the parents of Stanford University soccer star Katie Meyer say they are struggling to understand why their daughter died by suicide this week.
Russian forces have claimed their first city in Ukraine. Rose Gottemoeller, a Stanford lecturer and former NATO Deputy Secretary General, spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine on Thursday about how Ukraine's democracy is a thorn in the side of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The coroner's office on Thursday determined that the death of Stanford women's soccer player Katie Meyer was suicide.
The captain of Stanford University's women's soccer team, Katie Meyer, was found dead in a campus residence, prompting an outpouring of grief at the university.
Stanford researcher Dr. Kathryn Stoner spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine on Monday about how she believes Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine has cost his own homeland in addition to the hundreds of people killed on the battlefield.
Stanford Children's Health Infectious Diseases Specialist Dr. Grace Lee spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine on Monday shortly before Governor Newsom announced an end to the statewide mask mandate in schools