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Zoe Morgan

Staff Writer, Palo Alto Weekly / PaloAltoOnline.com and Mountain View Voice

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About Zoe
Zoe Morgan joined the Palo Alto Weekly and Mountain View Voice in 2021. She covers education, youth and families, with a focus on using data to tell compelling stories. She previously worked as an education reporter at the Los Altos Town Crier.

A Mountain View native, Zoe received a dual degree from American University in journalism and public affairs, with a minor in data science. After graduating, she worked at the Grants Pass Daily Courier in Oregon, covering local schools, before returning to California in 2019.
Stories by Zoe
Sleeping man, found with stolen loaded gun in car, arrested
Police arrested a man earlier this week for allegedly possessing a stolen semi-automatic handgun that was loaded and equipped with a high-capacity magazine in downtown Palo Alto.
[Thursday, June 30, 2022]

Man strikes woman with wooden stick, steals her cellphone
A woman was walking her dog along the edge of Stanford's campus near Town & Country Village on Monday when a man hit her multiple times with a wooden stick and took her phone, police said.
[Tuesday, June 7, 2022]

Fatal car crash on I-280 kills pickup truck driver
A 66-year-old man died in a car crash on Interstate Highway 280 in Los Altos Hills near the Palo Alto city border on Wednesday afternoon, according to the California Highway Patrol.
[Thursday, May 19, 2022]

'Turbocharging' our worst impulses: Obama speaks at Stanford about dangers the internet poses to democracy
The former president urged tech leaders to use Silicon Valley's spirit of innovation to tackle the serious threats facing democracy.
[Friday, April 22, 2022]

Stanford's Cantor Arts Center announces Bay Area native as new director
Bay Area native Veronica Roberts will take over as director of the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University this summer, after working at the University of Texas at Austin since 2013.
[Wednesday, April 6, 2022]

Accountant for Palo Alto tech firm killed in Ukraine with her two children
The chief accountant for a Palo Alto technology company and her two children were killed in Ukraine while trying to escape from the city of Irpin, according to an online statement by her company, SE Ranking.
[Wednesday, March 9, 2022]

Stanford moves classes online for 2 weeks in January amid fears of omicron transmission
Classes at Stanford University will move online for the first two weeks after winter break and students will be required to receive a COVID-19 booster shot by the end of January, the university announced on Thursday.
[Friday, December 17, 2021]

Stanford administrators uncertain if possible nooses found on campus were deliberate
Possible nooses were reported along the Lake Lagunita walking trail at Stanford University on Monday, university administrators announced in an email to the campus community.
[Tuesday, November 30, 2021]

Census: Midpeninsula's population of kids, teens is shrinking
The number of young people on the Midpeninsula is shrinking, even as the overall population grows, mirroring a trend throughout California. San Mateo County saw the number of people under 18 drop by 3.5% between 2010 and 2020.
[Monday, November 1, 2021]

Youth's input on state government sought at Marc Berman's town hall
Young people have a chance to share their thoughts with state Assembly member Marc Berman, D-Menlo Park, at a youth town hall that the California legislator is hosting this Wednesday.
[Monday, October 18, 2021]