Data that tracks anti-Muslim hate crimes is spotty, making it difficulty to accurately quantify the full scale of these crimes across California and the nation.Read More
Though Austin-based freelance investigative journalist Jessica Luther focuses on sports, she writes not at all about home runs or touchdowns; rather, she investigates sexual assaults committed by athletes.Read More
Like so many other relics of a long-ago freewheeling Bay Area of the 1960s, Docktown in Redwood City may soon be swept away, with an eviction battle currently stirring in San Mateo County Superior Court.Read More
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Reporter Emily Williams writes about a field trip where elementary students could connect their experiences to what they are learning in the classroom.Read More
One in every 20 Americans over the age of 50 has peripheral arterial disease. We share the experience of one Los Altos Hills resident diagnosed with PAD.Read More
Students Katie Adams and Jay Moon have released four episodes of “At Bay,” a web series that takes place at Stanford.Read More
Although favor for capital punishment in the U.S. generally aligns with those on the political right, California has now broken from leftist death penalty propositions twice since the death penalty was reinstated in 1978.Read More
A comfort women memorial in San Francisco will recognize women who were coerced into sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.Read More
In a job that usually goes unnoticed, equipment managers often work tirelessly to equip athletes with gear.Read More
Los Angeles Times sportswriter Eric Sondheimer has spent more than forty years covering high school sports, and he doesn’t plan on quitting anytime soon.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.