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Warmer days midweek could bring some record temps

Warmer days midweek could bring some record temps

A high pressure system settling over the region already began warming the Bay Area on Sunday and Monday
Tech economy, rather than virus itself, remains biggest uncertainty in real estate market

Tech economy, rather than virus itself, remains biggest uncertainty in real estate market

As talent moves outside of the daily commute radius, will companies follow in post-pandemic era?
San Mateo County urges wildfire preparedness: 'We're facing another dire year'

San Mateo County urges wildfire preparedness: 'We're facing another dire year'

The rampant fires of 2020 have accelerated efforts even more
Nonprofit seeking San Mateo County nominees for 'Women of Courage' award

Nonprofit seeking San Mateo County nominees for 'Women of Courage' award

Winners will each receive $25,000. 
Californians used more water as state braces for another dry year

Californians used more water as state braces for another dry year

Yet Newsom has stopped short of issuing a mandatory order
As traffic returns to Bay Area highways, congestion is still less than before the pandemic

As traffic returns to Bay Area highways, congestion is still less than before the pandemic

Silicon Valley is still experiencing shorter drive times, but how long will it last?
Trial of Theranos executive Sunny Balwani delayed by COVID scare, jury selection problems

Trial of Theranos executive Sunny Balwani delayed by COVID scare, jury selection problems

Former president, COO of blood-testing company faces charges of criminal wire fraud, conspiracy
Bay Area Air Quality Management District executive officer announces retirement

Bay Area Air Quality Management District executive officer announces retirement

Jack Broadbent is retiring after more than 18 years as the head of the agency
Will the pandemic leave a lasting mark on baby brains?

Will the pandemic leave a lasting mark on baby brains?

Studies indicate some infants are developing differently, but that doesn't necessarily mean they'll be impaired in the future
San Mateo County Office of Education announces STEM Fair winners

San Mateo County Office of Education announces STEM Fair winners

The finalists, who were selected out of 220 students, reflected a wide range of interests, grades, schools and regions of the county