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90-year-old man accidentally drives into sidewalk crowd in Palo Alto


    A 90-year-old man trying to parallel park his car along University Avenue in Palo Alto yesterday afternoon ended up driving into a crowd of people on the sidewalk, injuring himself and five others. 
    The incident happened around 12:36 yesterday afternoon in front of University Café in the 200 block of University Avenue. 
    Mariana Villaescusa with the Palo Alto police department tells KLIV, the driver pressed the accelerator instead of the brake, and ended up hitting another car, and then five people on the sidewalk.
    One person was critically injured, while the other four victims and the driver suffered minor injuries. 
    The driver is cooperating with the police investigation, and police say they do not believe drugs or alcohol were involved.  Full Story 
  
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Today is a Spare the Air Day


    Today is a Spare The Air Day in the Bay Area.
    Air District spokesman Aaron Richardson tells KLIV the most unhealthy air is expected in the East Bay and Silicon Valley, though he says the unhealthy conditions are only expected to last today.
    It's the 7th spare the alert of the season, which runs through October.
    There were six advisories issued last summer.  Full Story

Levi's Stadium faces first big test of traffic program


    Santa Clara will get it's first big test of it's traffic control program, with major crowds heading to the area in and around Levi's Stadium tomorrow.
    The first event to draw large crowds to the Mission City will be the soccer match between the San Jose Earthquakes and Seattle Sounders FC at Levi's Stadium. 
    That match starts at 7:30pm.  Full Story

Santa Clara County Fair runs this weekend


    The Santa Clara County Fair is up and running for the next three days.
    Marketing Director Steve Stagnaro tells KLIV the Fair has experienced a revitalization as it returned to its roots as a family event.
    The fair runs through Sunday. 
    For the second year in a row, there is a charge for admission and parking.  Full Story
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