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Bay Area Rapid Transit is looking for input on its modified late-night service proposal by conducting a passenger survey on after-hours and weekend use.
With the rainy season starting up, finding shelter for the homeless becomes more critical and plans are now in the works to turn a Sunnyvale armory into an affordable housing project.
After lengthy discussion, the Oakland City Council Tuesday night voted to table three controversial proposals aimed at preventing violent crime and youth crime citywide.
Attorneys for Democratic candidates and committees trying to recover from an alleged embezzlement scheme appealed Friday to California’s political watchdog agency.
A private school in El Cerrito needs to raise nearly $1 million to avoid a bank seizure.
The spike in reported sexual assaults is being attributed, in part, to the university’s recently lowered standard of proof in sexual assault cases.
A man suspected of killing the San Jose Hells Angels motorcycle club president in a Nevada casino last week was apprehended by a University of California, San Francisco police officer Thursday night.
Faced with losing up to $1 million this year, the Mountain View City Council voted 6-1 to outsource management of Shoreline Golf Links to a Texas-based company.
California prison officials are threatening to discipline thousands of inmates who are participating in a statewide hunger strike.
The Navy is turning over its 918-acre former naval air station property to the city of Alameda.