In nick of time, Planned Parenthood finds new home in Mountain View

Aruna Day Spa
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The former site of Aruna Day Spa in Mountain View will eventually house Planned Parenthood, which is relocating from San Antonio Road to California Street.

The local Planned Parenthood clinic in jeopardy due to a new mix-used development has found a new home. The Mountain View clinic provides primary health care, women’s health care, contraceptives and abortion services.

The agency is moving one-third of a mile down the street from its San Antonio Road location to a nearly 8,000-square-foot building at 2500 California St. The new site most recently housed Aruna Day Spa, which closed March 12.

Sentencing awaits for former MVHS teacher charged with sending inappropriate texts to student

The former Mountain View High School math teacher arrested last November for allegedly sending inappropriate text messages to a student pleaded no contest March 28 to a felony charge of sending harmful matter to a minor.


Evan Smith’s sentencing is scheduled May 3.

Los Altos criminal attorney Rosen appointed as new county judge

Los Altos resident Amber Rosen has spent nearly half her life as a federal prosecutor. Now, instead of awaiting the judge’s verdict, she’s handing it out.

Amber Rosen

Gov. Jerry Brown recently appointed Rosen to a Superior Court judge seat presiding over Santa Clara County. She was sworn in Feb. 1 and began hearing cases 12 days later.

Suspect arrested in jogger assault

Palo Alto Police detectives arrested a suspect Sunday morning in connection with a young jogger’s sexual assault last month.

Woman who shot three at YouTube found in MV hours before

NOTE: This story has been updated to add the city of Mountain View's response to a Town Crier bodycam footage record request.

Hours before Nasim Aghdam allegedly opened fired at the YouTube campus in San Bruno, she was discovered sleeping in her car by Mountain View Police, who said they had no reason to arrest the woman.

LA History Museum panelists offer thoughts on immigration


For Ayindé Rudolph, the solution to citizenship for the nearly 12 million undocumented immigrants in the United States is creating pathways.

The Mountain View Whisman School District superintendent was one of four speakers at last week’s Los Altos History Museum-sponsored immigration panel that also included Mary Dutcher, an immigration attorney; William Lambert, Day Worker Center of Mountain View board president; and Angelica, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals representative whose last name is being withheld to protect her identity.

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