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Judge tentatively rules in favor of Recall Persky campaign

The group working to unseat Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky won a legal victory on Monday afternoon, when a retired judge tentatively ruled that its recall petition is lawful and can proceed, lifting a temporary restraining order that had prevented the campaign from gathering signatures to place the measure on an upcoming ballot. Monday, 5:16 PM | 2 comments

Man seriously injured from 30-foot fall into creek bed

An elderly man suffered serious injuries after he fell 30 feet down into a dry creek bed along the San Francisquito Creek in Palo Alto on Saturday afternoon, a fire official said. Monday, 10:55 AM | 3 comments

VIDEO: Sexual misconduct at schools

Weekly journalists discuss new developments in the federal investigation into how Palo Alto Unified responded to cases of sexual misconduct, as well as a new survey that indicates that most instances of sexual harassment at the high schools go unreported. Monday, 8:38 AM

Local startup pilots robot delivery service

Palo Alto is one of many cities piloting a self-driving robot by Robby Technologies, delivering food, groceries and packages by following routes mapped by the company. Monday, 8:38 AM | 24 comments

Third consecutive Spare the Air alert issued for Bay Area

Officials with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District issued the third consecutive Spare the Air alert in the San Francisco Bay Area for today. Monday, 9:49 AM

Behind the Headlines: New vision for the Animal Shelter

Weekly journalists talk about Palo Alto’s new agreement with the nonprofit Pets in Need and what it means for the future of the city’s popular animal shelter. Friday, 7:28 PM

City looks to curb ‘idle’ cars

Feds to investigate Paly sex-assault cases

Around Town: sister act; schools go solar

Heat advisory issued for Santa Clara County

Man arraigned for East Palo Alto shootings

New Gunn principal aims to provide steady leadership

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