School districts in Palo Alto and Vallejo are considering whether to reopen their buildings to students in the coming school year.
Palo Alto police are looking to identify an attempted homicide suspect who allegedly shot at an occupied vehicle Wednesday morning.
On Wednesday, Apple reopened several of its retail stores in the Bay Area. They’re among 100 Apple stores across the country that are opening this week with limited access and service.
Physical distancing rules will still be in place for park visitors not in the same household and face coverings are "strongly" urged but not required, according to a news release.
The Raging Grannies' message: Stay home, save a granny.
Palo Alto residents are now required to wear face coverings in public following a City Council decision Monday and an emergency order by the city manager, city officials said.
Maureen Naylor reports.
A Gunn High School student in Palo Alto came up with a creative way to help families as they shelter in place. At the same time, she's raising money to help fight the spread of COVID-19.
Stanford recently purchased the radiation delivery machine, called the X1, from Hayward-based RefleXion Medical, an 11-year-old medical research and equipment manufacturing company.
The Coast Guard hoisted the inured man from the container ship and transported him to Stanford Medical Center in Palo Alto.
Recipients can request prescription refills, sign up for text message reminders about their health care and ask non-urgent questions via video, telephone or the VA's secure online messaging system.
The race to resupply Personal Protective Equipment for those on the medical front lines is getting a boost from unlikely sources.
The bicyclist and the truck were both headed east on California Avenue, with boy riding on the sidewalk, about 7:40 p.m. when the truck made a right turn onto El Camino Real and collided with the cyclist, police said.
Jesse Gary reports from Palo Alto.
Authorities are searching for a strong-arm robbery suspect who targeted a CVS pharmacy in Palo Alto over the weekend and demanded prescription drugs.
Jana Katsuyama reports.
In a news release, the school district explained that the two students are related, and that their parent is reported to have possibly been exposed to the virus.
The saga of Ian Irwin, 72, and Carole Kiparsky, 77, lost in the wilderness for so long that searchers thought they were no longer alive is nearly at an end.
The couple was located around 10 a.m. Saturday.
Staff worry 'Baby' may have been part of a dog-fighting ring and used as a "bait" dog. Palo Alto Animal Control is investigating the case.