Today, as U.S. residents from coast to coast reflect on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Bay Area Muslim residents explain how their lives have also changed in the last decade.
As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, Bay Area residents share how the tragedy affected their lives. In this video, one in a series, three young adults say America now has a culture of fear.
As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, Bay Area residents share how the tragedy affected their lives. In this video, one in a series, two young men recall being accused of small acts of ‘terrorism.’
Sunnyvale Town Center sits partially completed on 36-acres of prime downtown real estate. No one bid an a foreclosure auction Wednesday, worrying residents.
Stanford engineering students unveil their solar car, Xenith, which they hope will take home the World Solar Challenge championship in Australia this October. Stanford’s team placed tenth in the last world challenge.
Stanford-based research group the Natural Capital Project are bringing together economists, ecologists and computer modelers to help the community at West Vancouver island understand their natural resources.
Reports show that millions of Californians have been exposed to unsafe levels of nitrates and other chemicals in their tap water. For low-income or rural communities, the remedy is often too costly.
As Stanford and other elite engineering programs around the country see the number of female students decline, Google and other tech giants are under fire for not hiring more women and minorities.
There was a 25-percent increase in shark attacks worldwide in 2010, but California’s stats remained steady at five. The state is tied with Hawaii and South Carolina for the third most attacks in the nation.