The path towards increasing South Bay COVID-19 vaccinations shortened Friday. This, as Santa Clara County unveiled a new mass vaccination site at the Mountain View Community Center.
A bomb squad has been called to inspect a suspicious package found at a Google building in Mountain View.
Police said they are looking at the possibility that an "outside assailant" killed 20-year-old Michael Duayne Wallace, 20, on April 27, 2000.
Mountain View police on Monday released surveillance photos of a woman accused of using another woman’s identity to steal almost $2,000 from the victim’s bank account.
The vehicles, which will have no back-up drivers behind the wheel to take over in sticky situations, will serve an area of 50 square miles.
His wife alerted Mountain View Police.
Ann Rubin reports.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and his wife Janet joined his attorneys Joseph Cotchett and Brian Danitz at the law offices of Cotchett, Pitre and McCarthy in Burlingame for an 11 a.m. press conference Thursday, July 23, 2020 to provide initial details about the lawsuit and answer questions from news reporters.
Another Bay Area favorite is in danger of succumbing to the pandemic. The general manager of a popular cafe in Mountain View said the Red Rock Coffee is on the brink of closing its doors.
A new non-profit in Mountain View aims to help both hungry families and struggling restaurants at the same time. It's called Appetite for Good.
10 workers have tested positive for COVID-19 at a Mountain View construction site.
The police department said on Twitter that it would stop using that form of tactic "immediately."
"To my fellow law enforcement brothers and sisters - if you’re not looking at how we can improve how we police, you’re not listening," Mountain View Police Chief Doug Shoemaker said.
The extension of tenant protections through Aug. 31 is for households that qualify due to hardship related to the novel coronavirus emergency.
A South Bay teenager saw how difficult the shelter in place order has been on his grandparents.
In the wake of the pandemic, delivery robots are in high demand. Several businesses in downtown Mountain View are using bots to deliver food to customers in surrounding neighborhoods.
The Mountain View High School juniors plastered flyers for their website at grocery stores and people's mailboxes.
For all the small businesses coronavirus has killed, it managed to resurrect one too.
Ann Rubin reports.
A beloved Mountain View restaurant has closed its doors. Clarke's Charcoal Broiler was the oldest operating restaurant in the city until coronavirus struck.