Facebook is gifting $25 million to Santa Clara County for the county to use on new teacher and school staff homes.
Stanford University is investigating after a student was drugged at a party on campus Thursday night, according to the university's Department of Public Safety.
Desperate family members are hoping for answers in the disappearance of a Utah tech executive.
Former Vice-President Joe Biden was in the Bay Area Thursday for a series of fundraisers in Palo Alto and San Francisco.
Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic primary candidate Joe Biden is making campaign stops around the Bay Area on Thursday.
Palo Alto Police Department is defending itself against charges several officers violated a suspect’s civil rights. KTVU's Jesse Gary reports attorneys for Gustavo Alvarez say the officers in question filed false police reports and did not reveal the use-of-force during his arrest, which was captured on video.
Two South Bay maintenance workers are hospitalized Monday evening, following an explosion and fire at a Palo Alto apartment complex. KTVU's Jesse Gary reports.
A suspect impersonated a Facebook employee and called police to his Palo Alto home Tuesday night, saying he had shot his wife, tied up his children and assembled multiple pipe bombs, police said. KTVU's Maureen Naylor reports.
Apple shares plunged more than seven percent in after-hours trading Wednesday, after the tech giant announced disappointing iPhone sales over the holiday season. Azenith Smith reports.
A group of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford supporters took over the intersection of El Camino Real and Embarcadero in Palo Alto Thursday as the confirmation vote for Brett Kavanaugh nears.
Republicans on Monday abruptly called Brett Kavanaugh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault decades ago to testify publicly next week. Palo Alto Congresswoman Anna Eshoo told KTVU the accuser first told her of the alleged assault in July.
Family and friends are searching for missing 66-year-old Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller of Palo Alto. Kaboga-Miller was last seen Friday morning leaving the Country Time Market in East Palo Alto. She hasn’t been heard from or seen since then.
A cold case more than 40 years in the making may have been brought to an unlikely conclusion Thursday. Santa Clara County Sheriff’s investigators say a suspect long under the microscope in a brutal slaying took his own life, as they tried to serve a search warrant at his apartment.
If you've got $96.8 million dollars to spend, this might be the house for you. Situated in the foothills above Palo Alto, the listing agent describes it as "13.35 acres of pure privacy and tranquility." It even has a pizza room!
A Bay Area mother is pleading for authorities to release her son in jail overseas over what she called a big falsity. Her 31-year-old son, who grew up in Palo Alto, was doing humanitarian work in the Nepal when he was arrested. The U.S. Department of State is assisting and said it's aware of his arrest. Azenith Smith reports.
Federal attorneys paid a visit to Palo Alto schools Thursday to see how the district is recovering and repairing a tumultuous year marked by a series of campus sex assault scandals uncovered by 2 Investigates. Brooks Jarosz reports.
Palo Alto Police are searching for a man who they say grabbed a teenage girl, pointed a gun to her head and then sexually assaulted her. It happened on a trail near the intersection of Arastradero at Deer Creek Road. Azenith Smith reports.
Palo Alto is about to begin installing security cameras at all four of its Caltrain rail crossings in town. Rob Roth reports.
On the Stanford University campus Thursday night, a battle between free speech and those who say what was allowed is actually hate speech. Jesse Gary reports.
The divisive rhetoric surrounding whether to recall a sitting Santa Clara County judge because of a sentence he handed down has taken a turn for the worse. Wednesday, the chair of the Committee to Recall Persky, who’s also a Stanford law professor, opened mail that contained a white powder, and a note with a hate message. Jesse Gary reports.