BOULDER CREEK — Technology is helping spread knowledge about the lives of California’s mountain lions.Read More
OAKLAND — On Jan. 20, 2018, an estimated 50,000 people marched in Oakland, Calif. for the second annual Women’s March, according to CBS.Read More
MOUNTAIN VIEW – In about 10 years, employees in Mountain View’s North Bayshore area might zoom to work on driverless buses, running as frequently as once or twice per minute, or in small pods that hang from an elevated track and move with an average speed of 60 miles per hour.Read More
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SAN FRANCISCO — A small sports program for special needs students is struggling to raise enough donations to cover its costs, thanks to a change in how the San Francisco school district charges for fields.Read More
PALO ALTO — Contrary to neighbors’ wishes, the Castilleja School plans on submitting revised expansion plans to the City of Palo Alto this upcoming February.Read More
While the movement is not without its own criticism, all can agree that it has served as a powerful spotlight to put all eyes on this timely issue. From politicians to college campuses, #MeToo makes it clear that sexual assault does not discriminate.Read More
STANFORD — Over 500 Stanford community members gathered on Jan. 20 to march across Stanford University campus in support of equality for women and transgender identifying people.Read More
Since the 1960s, the price of a 30-second advertising spot in the Super Bowl has constantly risen.Read More
The cash earnings of Super Bowl winning quarterbacks has varied greatly over the past decade. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was paid less than…Read More
This video explores whether paying players more correlates with Super Bowl victories, using historical player expenses data provided by Forbes.Read More
Using Lego figurines, this video illustrates the number of television viewers who watched the Super Bowl from 1967 to 2017.Read More
SAN FRANCISCO — Sound meditation is becoming a lucrative business in the San Francisco Bay Area. The practice consists of therapeutic concerts performed with ancient, tribal instruments such as Tibetan or crystal singing bowls, planetary gongs, flutes, chimes and didgeridoos.Read More
PESCADERO — When San Mateo County’s agriculture production value declined, local farmers turned to agritourism to supplement their incomes.Read More
When Catherine Goetze started blogging about her freshman year at Stanford University, she had no idea she was creating the popular website and Youtube channel “Cath in College.”Read More
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The day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, millions across the world marched in support for women’s rights. A week later, after Trump signed a controversial executive order barring immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries and refugees, protests erupted at airports across the U.S. To bring context to these recent events, we used Legos to help visualize the protests and the numbers of refugees in the country.
Uber, Lyft and other ride-share providers in California aren’t required to obtain business licenses for their drivers.
The interior of Santa Clara University’s 328-square-foot tiny house model. (Siqi Lin/Peninsula Press) #theta360 - Spherical Image - RICOH THETAEXPLORE A TINY HOUSE IN THE 360-DEGREE PHOTO ABOVE.
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Ready to downsize? Nine college teams proved the possibilities of living in a space less than 400 square feet in a sustainable way at a recent tiny house competition.
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To bring context to recent events, we used Legos to help visualize the Women’s March, executive order protests and the numbers of refugees in the country.
In a new series of 360-degree immersive videos, we introduce you to Stanford students and alumni who take you inside their sports and hobbies.
Congresswoman Anna Eshoo discussed housing, transportation, immigration, cybersecurity, airplane noise, and the Syrian refugee crisis during a roundtable discussion with the Peninsula Press.