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The city of Palo Alto is named after a very tall tree called El Palo Alto which in Spanish means "the high stick" or "the high pole." It is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. Several Silicon Valley high-technology companies are headquartered in Palo Alto including Hewlett-Packard and Facebook. Notable residents include Amy Irving (Traffic), James Franco (Pineapple Express, Milk, James Dean) and brother Dave Franco (Scrubs), folk singer Joan Baez, and musical groups The Donnas and The Grateful Dead.

Population: 58598
Local Newspapers: Palo Alto Daily Post Palo Alto Daily News Palo Alto Weekly
Local Sports Teams: Stanford Cardinals
Local Colleges: Stanford University

Zip Codes associated with palo alto, california: 94301 94303 94304 94306
Towns/Cities near palo alto, california : Menlo Park Stanford The Willows Lindenwood Atherton Charleston Meadow

Palo Alto News
Two-alarm fire breaks out at Campus for Jewish Life

UPDATE: Palo Alto firefighters have knocked down a a two-alarm fire at at the Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life in the 800 block of Charleston Road in Palo Alto. The campus encompasses the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center and the Moldaw Residences for seniors.

Exclusive: China-backed fund relaunches bid for U.S. chip deal approval - sources

The move comes after the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States , a government panel which reviews acquisitions by foreign entities for potential national security risks, did not complete its assessment by Friday, within the maximum time of 75 days that is awarded for assessing applications. Refiling the deal with CFIUS resets the clock and gives it additional time of up to another 75 days for it to complete its national security review and discuss potential issues with the companies, the sources said.

Women's rights walk Sunday in Palo Alto

Local female leaders from an array of fields, from education and activism to public service, will speak at a rally on Sunday, March 26, in Palo Alto organized by Feminist Majority, a national women's rights organization. The group's "Rally and Walk for Equality" seeks to "raise awareness and mobilize support for the final drive to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment," a Constitutional amendment that would prohibit sex discrimination and guarantee equal rights for women and girls, a press release states.

psychiatrist advised producers of new teen-suicide drama

Rona Hu helped adapt a popular young-adult novel, Thirteen Reasons Why, into a Netflix series that aims to depict teen suicide without romanticizing it. When Stanford psychiatrist Rona Hu , MD, was invited to help shape the script of a Netflix series about teenage suicide, she knew it would be an unusually good opportunity to communicate with teenagers about mental health issues.

Nation 14 mins ago 11:49 a.m.Mom twice battles cancer, dies day after twins born: 'She had prettya

The babies were teeny-tiny, each weighing about 3.5 pounds, but they were healthy and pink and their mother was overjoyed. Jamie Snider, 30, had a C-section last Thursday, then a radical hysterectomy just to make sure that every bit of cervical cancer was gone from her body.

Dreaming of a playground for all

That fighting spirit has inspired her parents to lobby for a Hayward playground that can accommodate her and other special needs children. Born at 33 weeks and weighing only 2 pounds, 6 ounces, Mia spent 100 days in neonatal intensive care before leaving the hospital weighing only 5 pounds.

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.

Jason Kwan is Menlo Park's unofficial "Mr. Restaurant"

You can eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at restaurants Jason Kwan owns in Menlo Park, and you can actually walk from one place to another. That's what Jason does daily as he looks in at each of his businesses.

Bay Area rents are falling everywhere but this city

A new report suggests the Bay Area rental market is in an upside-down trend, with San Francisco and other perennially hot cities seeing the biggest year-over-year drops in rent, and Concord and Petaluma seeing the biggest increases. Zumper analyzed median February 2017 rents for cities across the Bay Area, contrasting them with rental prices from a year earlier, and the drop for a San Francisco one-bedroom is startling 9 percent, though that still puts it at $3,270.

Community survey gives snapshot of Palo Alto perception on youth suicide

Barbara Best, left, shares concerns and feedback she's heard from parents in response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's year-long epidemiological investigation on youth suicide in Santa Clara County, which found rates in Palo Alto to be highest in the county. Project Safety Net organized a community forum on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, so the public has a chance to ask questions about the CDC report and discuss next steps with panelists.

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.

Palo Alto council takes 'moderate and balanced' approach to housing, job growth

Palo Alto's pro-development and slow-growth council members - who often disagree about the proper pace for adding homes and jobs - reached a compromise this week. The council voted 8-1 Monday to approve a preferred growth pattern that meets each side about halfway among six options presented.

Not perfect? No problem

Members of the Terrible Adult Chamber Orchestra laugh while sight-reading music by John Williams on February 26, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.

Joe Simitian to host sessions on Islam

As a Santa Clara County Supervisor, Joe Simitian spends time on thorny issues like the jail, Valley Medical Center, or homelessness. But the supervisors' agenda has never fully defined Simitian, who has held offices ranging from Palo Alto school trustee to state senator.

Garage trend: Homeowners thinking versatility, not parking

Garages have, for generations, been places for tinkering and creating, where kids build soapbox-derby cars or refinish kayaks. Some garages are home to small catering kitchens or extensive wine collections, and many feature extra refrigerators or freezers.

Impossible Foods Plans World Domination With Oakland Production Facility

Impossible Foods , the company behind the meatless Impossible Burger, continues to expand in the Bay Area with an new, large-scale production facility in Oakland. The facility is currently under construction, with the goal of producing one million pounds of plant-based "meat" per month -enough to serve four million Impossible Burgers- by the end of the year.

Palo Alto: Tab for dump-truck damage to Embarcadero overpass could be $1 million

A dump-truck driver headed south on Highway 101 without having lowered the dump bed hit the Embarcadero Road overpass in Palo Alto on Thursday, March 2, 2017. Caltrans officials say a preliminary estimate of the damage is about $1 million.

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