Randolph Haldeman was involved with the community swimming pool as a photographer and claimed to have been connected to the Big Brother program. He would befriend children and their families through these programs.
A tree-trimmer was killed after he fell into a chipper at a work site in Menlo Park Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.
A blood test may be able to detect the early stages of several cancers in which routine screening options aren’t available.
Menlo Park police detectives believe a drive-by shooting that happened Sunday was not random, but rather a targeted attack.
In Menlo Park, the Chevron on Alameda de las Pulgas hit $7.25 a gallon for regular unleaded and $7.75 for premium on Tuesday.
Some Facebook employees are not happy about the company's policy that bans them from talking about abortion on the job.
It's a cutting edge approach to COVID testing — the Menlo Park City School District is part of a pilot program to test air and wastewater at their schools.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a Caltrain in Menlo Park Friday morning.
Stanford Blood Center is seeking new blood donors in light of a significant increase in cancellations from the current COVID-19 surge.
A motorcyclist died when the rider hit the disabled vehicle in the center divide.
Police and agents of California Alcoholic Beverage Control arrested five adults for furnishing alcoholic beverages to minors in a sting operation in Menlo Park Thursday.
Dan Grunfeld, who played college hoops for Stanford, poignantly writes of his grandmother Anyu, who lost her parents and five of her siblings in the Holocaust -- and later lost a son to illness.
A Veteran’s Day dinner was held in San Jose to honor veterans for their service to our country and to their community. Blue Star Moms were also recognized.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday that the social media giant has been renamed Meta.
Two former household employees sued Zuckerberg and Chan for alleged harassment and discrimination by the family's security guard.
Facebook also agreed in the settlement announced Tuesday to train its employees in anti-discrimination rules and to conduct more widespread advertising and recruitment for job opportunities in its permanent labor certification program.
One day after Governor Gavin Newsom beat back efforts to recall him, two Bay Area democratic lawmakers say it is time to fix what they say is a broken system.
Twenty years after the attacks of September 11, former Menlo Park fire Chief Harold Schapelhouman remembers responding to Ground Zero.
One firefighter is sharing his story 20 years after he traveled to New York City to help in the aftermath.
Menlo Park physician Joseph Andrew Mollick has been charged with possession of child pornography.