Alexandra Souverneva, 30, of Palo Alto was stopped by Cal Fire coming out of the brush when the fire started with a lighter in her pocket.
A Palo Alto woman has been blamed for allegedly sparking the Fawn Fire in Shasta County, authorities said.
An 80-year-old Vietnam War veteran pilot crash landed his plane in the Palo Alto marsh Monday after severing power lines and he’s remarkably okay. The crash happened around 1:50 p.m. northeast of the Palo Alto airport.
A small airplane crashed in Palo Alto on Monday afternoon, the FAA confirmed to KTVU.
More than 200 people gathered in Palo Alto Saturday night for a multi faith peace picnic and prayer service, held by the American Muslim Voice Foundation and 37 peace partners that included religious leaders across faiths.
Elizabeth Holmes is about to head into a San Jose, California, courtroom to defend herself against criminal allegations depicting her as the devious mastermind of a fraud that duped wealthy investors, former U.S. government officials and patients whose lives were endangered by a blood-testing technology that never came close to fulfilling her bold promises.
A Palo Alto man was arrested on suspicion of shooting a child at a neighboring private school Friday using a weapon similar to an air rifle, police said.
Manish Lachwani, co-founder and former CEO of the technology company, allegedly inflated the value of his company's earnings and valuation to investors, federal prosecutors say.
A man from Palo Alto drowned after saving his son in Lake Powell, Utah.
Google, Facebook and Lyft are all mandating in-person employees get vaccinated. It's a new effort from private companies as coronavirus cases rise across the state.
A.J. Gokcek’s son is entering his senior year at Palo Alto High, but a lawsuit filed earlier this month could overshadow progress toward his graduation.
On Monday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk will have to defend the $2.5 billion SolarCity deal under oath in a shareholder lawsuit alleging conflicts of interest.
Police officers in Palo Alto sued the city for a Black Lives Matter mural, arguing that it is harassment and discrimination against law enforcement.
It’s a controversial topic on the Peninsula: Should downtown streets remain closed for outdoor dining now that the state has fully reopened?
Police are looking for seven people suspected of stealing $50,000 worth of handbags from The RealReal store in Palo Alto on Monday.
The resiliency of some South Bay businesses could be tested again.
A new video sent to KTVU shows luxury bag thieves brazenly running past a security guard who stood by while the crew stole $100,000 in merchandise from the Louis Vuitton store in the Stanford Shopping Center.
Cell phone footage apparently shows a group of thieves fleeing the Stanford Shopping Center after a robbery at the Louis Vutton shop.
It’s another sign of normalcy returning to one Peninsula city. Streets closed for outdoor dining during the pandemic may reopen sooner than anticipated. The idea has some restaurant owners and retailers divided.
A group of South Bay religious leaders gathered outside of the Palo Alto City Hall on Saturday to hold a prayer vigil for George Floyd and call for a stop to racial injustices.