Berkeley City Councilman Jesse Arreguin proposed Tuesday to ban the sale of tobacco to youths under 21, saying there’s been an alarming increase of underage tobacco use, including a large jump in the use of electronic cigarettes.
San Jose State University has a new stat to boast. Spartan grads are beating out grads from other top schools, including UC Berkeley and Stanford, when it comes to landing tech jobs.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Tuesday a resolution against a project that would bring trains carrying oil through the county.
Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing companies won approval Tuesday to pick up passengers at Los Angeles International Airport after weeks of debate over whether their drivers are properly screened to weed out criminals.
Fans of La Boulange may be crying into their pastries over rumors that store closures will begin this week in San Francisco, but some of the locations could get a new lease on life under new ownership.
“[The Head Marshall] had no idea there were police involved, no idea that we were told to shut down,” Leo’s Music Club alleges.
Napa Valley Wine Train officials issued a lengthy apology Tuesday to a group of 11 book club members who were kicked off the train Saturday afternoon.
U.S. home prices rose solidly in June, another sign of health in the housing market.
China is once again the prime reason for the action. The People’s Bank of China finally did the expected and cut interest rates in Beijing’s latest move to try and put the brakes on its own market meltdown.
U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag said Monday that 47-year-old Sanford Wallace of Las Vegas admitted in federal court in San Jose to accessing about 500,000 Facebook accounts and sending the spam messages in a span of three months.