Photos: Most expensive home sale in Mountain View in 2022

A modern home in Mountain View has claimed the top home sale price in 2022, selling for $5.4 million. A home in Mountain View has claimed the top home sale price in 2022, selling for $5.4 million. (Dream Home)  A home in Mountain View has claimed the top home sale price in 2022, selling for $5.4 million. (Dream Home)  The home was originally listed at $4.798 million, but sold for almost $600,000 over the original listing price after just eight days on the market. This current sale is close to the all-time highest sale in the city at $5.477 million, which closed last year. A home in Mountain View has… Read More

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Would Malcolm Brogdon make sense with the Knicks or Nets?

If the reports suggesting the Knicks are interested in trading for Pacers’ PG Malcolm Brogdon are true, they would be in the company of at least seven other teams who could benefit from a deal for Indiana’s floor general – including their rival across the Brooklyn bridge. In what projects to be an NBA offseason period mirroring a game of musical chairs, Brogdon is the most interesting trade target in all of basketball. As talented as the veteran guard is on both ends of the floor, all indications point to the rebuilding Pacers dealing Brogdon to a playoff contender this summer. He has three more years left on his contract… Read More

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Vote now: Bay Area News Group girls athlete of the week

Welcome to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & East Bay Times) girls athlete of the week poll. For the entire academic year, we will provide a list of candidates who stood out over the previous week and allow you, the reader, to vote for the winner. This week, we consider performances from May 16-22. Polls close at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Vote as many times as you’d like until then. Candidates for future Athlete of the Week polls can be nominated at highschools@bayareanewsgroup.com. We also review stats submitted to MaxPreps by coaches/team statisticians. On to the nominees: (Scroll to the bottom for the poll) Kasey Aguinaga, Heritage softball: Boise… Read More

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San Jose: Driver killed in I-280 crash after colliding with tree

SAN JOSE — A driver died Saturday night after his car hit a tree stump on an embankment and overturned on Interstate 280, according to authorities. The California Highway Patrol responded to the crash at about 9:25 p.m., according to CHP officer Ross Lee. A 30-year-old San Jose man driving a red 2019 Ford Fusion was on the ramp from northbound Highway 17 to southbound I-280. The man didn’t successfully navigate the curve and veered off the ramp. The car went down the embankment, hit a tree stump and ended up overturned on the roadway of I-280. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. His name wasn’t… Read More

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A’s aren’t only team monitoring Frankie Montas’ hand injury

The A’s aren’t the only team closely monitoring ace right-hander Frankie Montas’ recovery after taking a batted ball off his throwing hand during his last start. Montas reportedly is back on several teams’ trade radars – if he ever really came off since spring training. The biggest interest appears to be from the New York Mets, who have been without Jacob DeGrom since the start of the season and recently lost co-ace Max Scherzer to a strained oblique. New York Mets starting pitcher Max Scherzer hands the ball to manager Buck Showalter during the sixth inning of the team’s baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday, May 18,… Read More

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San Jose mayor calls for investigation into police handling of employees accused of sexual misconduct

SAN JOSE — Following the sexual-assault conviction of a disgraced city code inspector and multiple sexual misconduct allegations against a police officer that drew national attention, Mayor Sam Liccardo is calling for an investigation into whether the San Jose Police Department acted swiftly enough to keep them away from the public after they were accused of wrongdoing. Former code enforcement officer William Gerry was sentenced last week to 35 years in prison for abusing his power in order to extort sex and solicit bribes from massage business owners. Police Officer Matthew Dominguez is currently being prosecuted on allegations he masturbated in front of a family while responding to a call… Read More

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