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Officials Call On Feds To Approve Caltrain Electrification ProjectSan Francisco and Peninsula elected officials Monday called on the Trump administration to approve federal funding for the Caltrain electrification project.
Report: Gas Tax Not Enough To Maintain California Roads Long-TermA report released Monday by a San Francisco nonprofit says that while new state legislation provides billions for California’s roads, the money won’t be enough to maintain the state’s roads long term.
Sunnyvale's Sweetheart Housing Loans Raise ConcernsThere are new questions about how Sunnyvale is spending taxpayer money.
French Election Front-Runner Macron Targeted By Same Cyberespionage As DNCThe campaign of French presidential front-runner Emmanuel Macron says it has fought off a series of cyberespionage attempts dating back to December.
Rev. Jackson, Silicon Valley Leaders Donate $42,500 For Oakland Tech ScholarshipsOakland's computer science and technology students got a much needed financial assist Rev. Jesse Jackson's PUSHTech2020 Summit.
Facebook Among Tech Companies Giving Paid Time Off To ProtestCan you imagine asking your boss for paid time-off to protest? If you work for a growing number of Bay Area tech companies, chances are your boss will say yes.
Obama Speaks To Youth In 1st Event Since Leaving OfficeFormer President Barack Obama used his first public appearance since leaving office to dole out advice to young people on leadership.
Attorneys General Ask Education Secretary DeVos To Restore Guidance To Student Aid BorrowersAttorneys general from 20 states including California are faulting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rolling back Obama-era guidance they say helps protect student loan borrowers.
Lawsuit Filed On Behalf Of Unarmed Black Man Beaten By Sacto Police For Suspected JaywalkingCivil rights attorney John Burris is filing a lawsuit on behalf of a Sacramento man beaten by police during an arrest for allegedly jaywalking on his way home from work.
UC Berkeley GOP Group Files Suit Over Rescheduled Ann Coulter SpeechUniversity of California, Berkeley students who invited Ann Coulter to speak on campus have filed a lawsuit against the university, saying it is discriminating against conservative speakers and violating students' rights to free speech.
Assembly Considers Speed Cameras In San Francisco, San JoseThe Assembly Transportation Committee is set to vote on a five-year pilot program that would permit the limited use of cameras to catch speeders in the Bay Area.
Campaign Urging Elon Musk To Cut Trump Ties Ramps UpA Bay Area venture capitalist is now spending millions of dollars on advertising calling out Tesla founder Elon Musk for his ties to the Trump administration.

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