Some questions are being raised about a potential conflict-of-interest in the awarding of a multi-million dollar contract to run the Oakland Coliseum involving City Councilman Ignacio De La Fuente, and former State Senator Don Perata.
Exhibition races this summer ahead of the America’s Cup regatta next year may taken place in New York rather than San Francisco.
Governor Jerry Brown is speaking out against two tax proposals that would likely compete with his tax measure on the November ballot.
The California Assembly could vote as early as next week on a resolution to oust the California Fish and Game Commission president photographed with a dead mountain lion during a hunt in Idaho.
The man at the center of the sex and substance abuse scandal engulfing the wife of California Treasurer Bill Lockyer has spoken publicly about the case for the first time.
Children’s Hospital of Oakland is launching a campaign to rebuild and retrofit its facilities. When the hospital tried to renovate in 2008 it was disastrous, which has leaders looking at this work as not so much rebuilding this northern California icon, but also some redemption for the ’08 mess, complete with an image reboot.
The Brown administration will release a set of polls on Wednesday showing voter feelings over a number of tax measures on the November ballot.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris has decided to reconsider a settlement with some of the country’s biggest banks over the foreclosure crisis.
Oakland police are gearing up for another busy weekend as Occupy protesters have vowed to take to the streets Saturday night.
The KCBS and Chronicle Insider says the CTA is backing Gov. Brown’s tax plan, but they do have some reservations.