Californians could see even tougher water restrictions after a key meeting gets underway Tuesday in Sacramento. Aside from limiting lawn watering to two days a week, there would be changes for the hotel and restaurant industry.
They can drive, they can work, and now a group of San Francisco city officials, including two supervisors want 16-and 17-year-olds to be eligible to vote.
Some shop owners in Oakland’s Chinatown say business is down, and they are struggling to stay afloat after the city’s minimum wage increased to over $12-an-hour, making it the highest in the country.
Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade made history Sunday as two gay and lesbian groups marched after decades of opposition that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
4 Officers Investigated For Exchanging Racist, Homophobic Texts With Convicted SFPD Mission District Supervisor
The texts were part a petition filed by federal prosecutors in the case of former SFPD Sgt. Ian Furminger.
A spokesman for San Jose’s police union said Friday that labor and city officials may be closing in on a deal to roll back pension reform Measure B in exchange for cost savings and a resolution to a bitter, years-long legal and political conflict.
The union wants to give drivers the option to unionize.
Residents of a Morgan Hill community that oozes patriotism were fuming after their neighborhood flag was stolen overnight.
San Francisco Catholic Students Slam Morality Clauses In Latest Protest, Say Archbishop Is Out Of Step
Wearing black t-shirts with the hashtag #teachacceptance, students in high schools administrated by the Archdiocese of San Francisco once again voiced their displeasure Thursday night with Archbishop Salvatore Cordelione and his proposed morality clause.
For the first time in three years, California lawmakers won’t debate cracking down on drivers who have marijuana in their systems.
President Obama delivered a speech on energy efficiency and attended fundraisers at the Wal-Mart in Mountain View…