Sue Dremann is a veteran journalist who joined the Palo Alto Weekly in 2001. She is an award-winning breaking news and general assignment reporter who also covers the regional environmental, health and crime beats.
Four new sustainability-focused, fair-trade apparel and homegoods stores and a hand-crafted ice cream shop are the newest additions to Town & Country Village, the retail center announced Wednesday.
[Thursday, March 23, 2023]
Marking a thawing of his sometimes fractious relationship with the Golden State, Elon Musk announced Wednesday that Tesla Motors is going to base its global engineering and AI headquarters in Palo Alto at the former HP campus.
[Thursday, February 23, 2023]
A criminal complaint indicates that thefts from the downtown Palo Alto Apple store that occurred last summer were part of a series of brazen thefts at Apple stores throughout the state.
[Wednesday, February 15, 2023]
A new drug requiring only a single injection could be a game changer in keeping people with COVID-19 infections out of the hospital, research by Stanford Medicine has found.
[Thursday, February 9, 2023]
Black children who are injured because of suspected child abuse are reported to Child Protective Services more frequently than white children and those of other races, a new Stanford School of Medicine study has found.
[Tuesday, February 7, 2023]
A Palo Alto bakery has settled a lawsuit with the federal government for making false claims to acquire $430,000 through a program designed to help struggling businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
[Sunday, February 5, 2023]
An equestrian coach who worked with youth in Portola Valley and other locations throughout San Mateo County has been arrested for allegedly attempting to seduce a minor and other related charges.
[Tuesday, January 17, 2023]
A defamation suit against the Palo Alto Weekly and parent company Embarcadero Media by an unsuccessful 2018 candidate for the Palo Alto Board of Education was rejected by the California Court of Appeal.
[Monday, January 16, 2023]
Carolina Bruchilari thought her beloved German shepherd, Scott, would only be gone for two weeks when she entrusted him to a trainer in mid-December. Now Bruchilari says Scott's been dognapped -- and she wants him back.
[Sunday, January 15, 2023]
A man convicted of a string of sexually motivated murders of young women pleaded guilty on Tuesday to the 1973 murder of Leslie Marie Perlov, a 21-year-old law librarian, on Stanford University land.
[Tuesday, January 10, 2023]