Gov. Brown Bans Tolls On Bicyclists, Pedestrians On Golden Gate BridgePedestrians and bicyclists can continue crossing the iconic Golden Gate Bridge for free under legislation Gov. Jerry Brown has signed.
Competitive Cheerleading Becomes Official High School Sport In CaliforniaGov. Jerry Brown has approved legislation to make competitive cheerleading an official high school sport in California.
Cigarette Tax Proponents Push For $2-Per-Pack IncreaseProponents of an effort to raise California’s cigarette tax have launched a new effort to raise the cigarette tax by $2 a pack, this time with support from wealthy donor Tom Steyer.
DMV Employee Files Grievance Over Agency's Strict 'Potty Policy'A Sacramento DMV office is setting strict limits on employee bathroom breaks and even docking workers' pay if the they take too long.
Guns, Ammo Sell Like Hot Cakes Before Last San Francisco Gun Shop Closes Its DoorsCustomers are rushing to scoop up discounted firearms from San Francisco’s last gun store before it closes its doors at the end of the month in protest of a proposal to videotape gun sales in the city.
SFMTA: Tech Bus Program Leading To Fewer Muni Conflicts, Taking Cars Off RoadsPrivate shuttle buses caused fewer conflicts with Muni buses and took cars off the street during a pilot regulation program set to end early next year, according to a report released by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency this week.
South Bay Congressman Honda Spending Campaign Funds On Legal BillsWhile his challenger has been raking in endorsements and cash, South Bay Congressman Mike Honda has been racking up legal bills. It’s a drain on a campaign that's struggled to raise money.
San Francisco, Oakland Mayors Seek $15 Minimum Wage StatewideThe mayors of San Francisco and Oakland met with workers Tuesday to express their support for a statewide proposition that would increase the minimum wage by $1 each year beginning in 2017 and continue for the next five years.
After California, Right-To-Die Backers Push Laws In Other StatesIt will soon be legal for the terminally ill to end their own lives in the nation's most populous state, and right-to-die advocates expect other states to follow California's example.
Brown Signs Fair Pay Act In Richmond To Help Close Gender Wage GapGov. Jerry Brown will be in Richmond Tuesday morning to sign legislation strengthening women's rights to equal pay for equal work.
Nevada Agrees To Pay $400K Settlement After Allegations Of Dumping Psychiatric Patients In SFSan Francisco sued Nevada in 2013, over accounts of patients who were discharged from Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital in Las Vegas, given bus tickets to cities in California and directed to seek further care there.
Program That Lets Tech Shuttles Use Public Bus Stops Working, SF Transit Agency SaysSan Francisco's transit planners are calling a pilot program involving those controversial tech buses a success.