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One of the worst roads in the Bay Area is, at long last, about to get some attention. And, it won’t be your “traditional” paving project. A 2-mile stretch of the south San Jose roadway known as the Monterey Highway is about to get some much needed attention.
California drivers are being offered a discount on unpaid traffic tickets in a program designed to help both drivers and the cash-strapped judicial system
There was no early indication regarding cost, but it was expected that the company would seek a rate increase to cover it.
There have been many firefighting improvements since a deadly firestorm ripped through the hills of Berkeley and Oakland 20 years ago next week. But, firefighters can’t do much about the hills themselves, forcing them to navigate dangerous roads whenever flames break out.
The California Public Utilities Commission could soon be under more pressure to address pipeline safety issues in the wake of a number of natural gas explosions. A new bill introduced by Assemblymen Paul Fong and Jerry Hill would require mandatory implementation of NTSB safety recommendations.
How cyber-safe is your family or small business? That’s one of the questions that Internet security experts addressed at a Cyber Security Summit at San Jose City Hall.
Only a year after it was created, the online crowd funding source Kickstarter has signed up its millionth member. This is astronomical growth for a new company.
A new California Field Poll shows that while ballot propositions are declining in popularity, most voters still don’t want to turn their initiative power over to politicians.
Users of Apple Inc.’s new iOS5 operating system are reporting a number of problems with the new system, which became available Wednesday as a free update for the iPhone 4 and 3GS, both iPad models and later versions of the iPod Touch.
Construction on the Bay Area’s newest natural gas power plant is underway in Hayward, and a celebration was held on Wednesday to honor those who have been working on the project.