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president of the city’s Transportation Board, Tom Nolan, is questioning whether San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera should be allowed to give legal advice on the Central Subway Project, given his vocal political opposition to the project.
Funeral services were held in San Jose Wednesday for one of the victims of last weeks quarry shooting, and more than 400 people turned out.
A cost-saving program to divert low-level crimes away from criminal courts to community courts in San Francisco neighborhoods has been so successful it’s being expanded to seven other neighborhoods.
Halloween is still weeks away, but already a popular Haunted House in Fremont is being forced to close its doors after the city called it a public safety hazard.
Just in time for San Francisco’s Fleet Week celebrations, more than 250 members of the military attended the first ever job fair hosted by the nation’s largest nonprofit organization for veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The new San Francisco 49ers’ stadium project in Santa Clara appears to be off and running – much like a no-huddle offense – with the first shovels expected to hit the dirt in just a few months.
The Blue Angels, the Navy’s precision flight demonstration team, were set to conduct practice flights on Thursday and Friday ahead of the air shows scheduled for Saturday and Sunday afternoons during the annual Fleet Week celebrations.
One arrest was made Thursday morning as protesters continued to occupy an area in San Francisco’s Financial District in solidarity with a New York City Wall Street protest.
High speed rail on the Peninsula isn’t the only controversial segment of the route that will someday connect every major California city. KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier said that the High Speed Rail Authority is now revising the route between Fresno and Bakersfield, after some spirited opposition.
San Francisco supervisors have approved a key change to the city’s Healthy San Francisco program that could end up costing business owners.