Some Palo Alto City Council members also threw support behind candidates Silja Paymer and Paul Donahue, but incumbents Bill Cranston and Jose Gutierrez ultimately earned the majority of votes, rising to the top of a seven-candidate pool.(Nov. 30, 2022) → Read the full Mountain View Voice report
With e-bikes growing in popularity, Palo Alto officials are racing to keep up with the changing legal landscape and impose new rules aimed at protecting sensitive habitats.(Nov. 30, 2022) → Read the full Palo Alto Online report
A high-rise tower with hundreds of residences will spring out of the one-acre plot once occupied by Bo Town, following a green light from city leaders.(Nov. 30, 2022) → Read the full San Jose Spotlight report
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The Democratic Party could regret its failure to better coordinate campaigns in California and spend more money on congressional races that helped determine control of the House of Representatives.
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California's government was born out of utter chaos. Here's how the state developed some sort of order to the way it operates, and how it makes and enforces laws.
The newly approved homes include 36 housing units in San José—12 rentals and 14 townhomes.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has won three gubernatorial elections with historic support. He should use his popularity to unite constituencies and improve some of California’s intractable problems.
California has expanded voting access and participation, but that can delay election results. Are there ways to count votes faster without undermining election security?
While votes are still being counted, it appears that the next Legislature will include the most women and LGBTQ members ever. Advocacy groups are already celebrating, but how much difference will the diversity make in policy?
California is full of places and communities, but most are not cities. Here's what it takes for a community to become a city, the benefits of being one—and why the state has a 'de facto moratorium' on new cities.
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Billionaires now own Twitter, Facebook and numerous other online and offline media outlets. But there are other information sources not run by the super-rich. We've found a few and listed them here.
The 49ers PAC spent an unprecedented $3 million on Anthony Becker, Sudhanshu “Suds” Jain, and Kevin Park's campaigns. Now they and two of their peers must respond to lack of transparency and cover-up charges from the Civil Grand Jury, and …
Elon Musk says he plans to make Twitter a haven for 'free speech,' but a look at his list of investors suggests that the world's richest person may have other reasons for purchasing the highly influential social media platform.
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