Three people suspected in the theft of a rubber duck statue from a front yard last month were arrested Thursday, Mountain View police said.
The executive who steered the transformation of Google's self-driving car project into a separate company worth billions of dollars is stepping down after more than five years on the job.
Mountain View police arrested a 40-year-old woman early Saturday for allegedly hitting a restaurant worker and making disparaging comments about the employee's ethnicity.
The Palo Alto Police Department released a video this week showing a Mountain View man attacked by mistake by a K-9. The man is now filing a claim against the city as he was wrongfully targeted as a domestic violence suspect.
The US Department of Health and Human Services and NASA's Ames Research Center are checking the vacant property at the former Navy base to see if facilities there could be used as a temporary shelter for children.
Mountain View police called in the Santa Clara County sheriff's bomb squad to investigate a possible grenade inside a home, according to Mountain View police on Twitter. The bomb squad later gave the all-clear.
A woman from Marin County could spend a year in jail, accused of spitting on a man of Asian descent in Mountain View. On Monday afternoon, she was charged with a hate crime and battery.
Viktor Holguin, 16, and Akiah January, 15, were last seen heading toward the Stevens Creek Trail entrance at Mercy Street around 6:30 p.m. Sunday, police said.
A stabbing that injured a man and a woman early Sunday morning is under investigation, Mountain View police said.
Mountain View police asked the public's help in locating a 12-year-old girl last seen walking away from her home Monday afternoon.
The Bay Area's NASA Ames Research Center played a big part in making Thursday's Mars Rover landing possible.
The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office bomb squad has given the all-clear after they were called to assist an investigation of a suspicious device spotted on the Stevens Creek Trail in Mountain View.
The family of a 27-year-old man killed more than 30 years ago finally has a sense of closure, after Mountain View police identified a suspect in the decades-long cold case.
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.