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Mountain View is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is named because of the views of the Santa Cruz Mountains available from the town's location. The city is in the Silicon Valley and is home to several high technology companies. The first company to develop silicon semiconductor devices was established in Mountain View. Some of the largest technology companies in the world are located in Mountain View including Google, Symantec and Intuit.

Population: 70708
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Foothill College

Zip Codes associated with mountain view, california: 94040 94041 94043
Towns/Cities near mountain view, california : Los Altos Waverly Park Sunnyvale Cuesta Park Blossom Valley Jackson Park Monta Loma Loyola

Mountain View News
Pledging future tweaks, Council passes mobile-fuel rules

Mountain View City Council members on Tuesday second-guessed a package of new rules they passed one week earlier to regulate a new wave of fuel-delivery start-ups. While they left the door open to making looser rules in the future, council members approved the ordinance that mobile fuel company representatives said would put them out of business.

(Matchmaker): Looking for a Company That Offers Career Growth in the Pastry and Baking Industry?

Bon Appetit @ Google in Mountain View, California, is hiring passionate Pastry Cooks and Bakers to use their talents in our high-volume kitchens! Bakers must have 1- to 2-plus years with a background in large production of natural levain dough, shaping, scoring, baking, and willing to work mid to late afternoon Sunday-Thursday for bread production. And also looking for people with 1-plus years of viennoiserie background for producing croissant dough and morning pastries.

China's Tencent bought a 5 percent stake in Tesla

Tencent, owner of the massive Chinese messaging app WeChat, has bought a 5 percent stake in Tesla, according to a filing published Tuesday. The company paid $1.8 billion for the stake, about 8.2 million shares.

Uber suspends self-driving car program in 2 states

The company also grounded self-driving cars in San Francisco over the weekend but they resumed operating on Monday. The difference between the California program versus the ones in Arizona and Pennsylvania is that California does not allow passengers to ride in the vehicles.

Grocery checkout resembles a breadline

Like waiting at the DMV or heading to the courthouse for jury duty, almost everyone can relate to certain unavoidable hassles. In Mountain View, one such common gripe has become especially unbearable as of late: the long lines at the grocery store.

Google opens Howard University West

Google will open "Howard West" on its campus in Mountain View, Calif., a Silicon Valley outpost for the historically black university where computer science majors can immerse themselves in coding instruction and tech culture, not to mention the inner workings of one of the planet's most famous companies.

Mountain View, 1 BR/1 BA

Great location , on a little known, very quiet cul-de-sac. No road noise anywhere on property.

True 'Life' Doomsday Scenario: No Protocol For Aliens Loose On Earth

The science fiction slash horror film Life, which is set on the International Space Station, proposes the ultimate in worst case scenarios for its characters: You are trapped in a self-contained environment with an anomalous, amorphous, at least instinctively intelligent and highly adaptive alien life form picked up on Mars and it has proven to be extremely deadly. So how do you contain and or eliminate it onboard? Or worse, how do you ensure that it never gets to make planetfall? Because, believe it or not, even though the Pentagon has contingency plans for a military-like invasion by aliens, there currently exists no protocol for a response for an alien that has breached containment and is loose on planet Earth.

Daily News HomePage for Friday, March 24

This photo by Kathryn Flores of San Mateo, of her dog Dinah, was the first-place winner of the inaugural Petparrazzi contest, and raised raised $1,760 for the Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA. The 2017 contest begins on April 1. Those who know what the word "embouchure" means may want to visit West Valley Music, 262 Castro St., Mountain View, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, because Wayne Tanabe will be there for a meet-and-greet.

City barrels ahead with on-demand fuel rules

There's a plethora of apps that deliver a hot meal to your doorstep; with a few clicks, you can have a mini-bar and bartender rendezvous at your house; you can even pay to have someone come by and give you a hug. But what about an app for a gasoline truck that goes door-to-door to fill-up people's cars? For that idea, Mountain View elected leaders indicated on Tuesday they weren't quite ready to embrace the latest modern convenience.

Man shot to death in Ocean View neighborhood

An investigation was underway Friday into the shooting death of a 47-year-old man in the Mountain View neighborhood. Officers sent to the 3700 block of Ocean View Boulevard after someone reported hearing gunshots in the area shortly before 11 p.m. Thursday found James Gerald Arberry of San Diego in the street suffering from an apparent bullet wound to his upper body, San Diego police Lt.

Google Creates Training Space On Silicon Valley Campus For Howard University Students

'Howard West' is an environment where the university's computer science students can immerse themselves in tech training and culture. he tech industry has come under an avalanche of criticism in recent years over its lack of racial and gender diversity.

Burglary leads to high-speed chase

Two suspects are still at large after a home burglary in Mountain View this morning led to a high speed chase that ended up in San Jose, according to police. A resident on the 1000 block of Marilyn Drive called police around 11:30 a.m. after hearing two suspects, both men, enter the garage of the home through an unlocked side door.

Google to open a Howard University outpost in Silicon Valley

Howard University is headed west. Google Inc. announced Thursday it is establishing an outpost of the D.C.-based historically black college that will be called Howard West to address diversity in the tech industry.

Trump cuts spell trouble for local housing

Calling an affordable-housing project a "miracle" sounds trite, but the term now seems apt for a new 67-unit apartment project being built 1701 El Camino Real. Due to start construction next month, the $32-million project by the Palo Alto Housing Corporation recently dodged a major setback that could have left years of work in tatters.

Worth a Look

David Brookings and the Average Lookings will perform a free show at Red Rock Coffee in Mountain View on Saturday, March 25. Photo by Patric Carver. The San Jose-based band David Brookings and the Average Lookings will bring its catchy melodies, classic power-pop sound and thoughtful lyrics to Mountain View's Red Rock Coffee on Saturday, March 25, for a free, all-ages performance.

Boston drummer Sib Hashian dies onstage

Boston's drummer Sib Hashian - who not only had one of the greatest afros in history, but was likely one of the most air-drummed musicians ever - died onstage Wednesday. Hashian's son Adam reportedly told TMZ the 67-year-old was performing with Boston on a Legends of Rock cruise when he suddenly collapsed during the band's set.

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