The KCBS and Chronicle Insider speculates why San Francisco’s mayor picked a left-leaning appointee to the Board of Supervisors.
A state senator has proposed capping the pay of California State University campus presidents and holding their salary negotiations in public.
A House committee questioned the head of the California High-Speed Rail Authority on Thursday about the growing cost of building a rail line to connect the state’s major cities.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee reportedly wants the city’s Occupy protestors to move to the Mission.
The Occupy Wall Street movement has popularized a new mode of protest that challenges the definition of First Amendment freedom.
The KCBS and Chronicle Insider explains why San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is in no hurry to crackdown on the Occupy SF tents along the Embarcadero.
Arguably, an investigation into the matter would take some time. The political fallout, on the other hand, could be near instantaneous.
The KCBS and Chronicle Insider says it’s astounding how quickly Oakland rebuilt 20 years after the firestorm that killed 25 people and destroyed 4,000 homes and apartments.
The MTC approved the $93 million purchase of a building on Main St. between Harrison and Folsom streets in mid-October by a vote of 8-to-6. Two members were absent.
KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier looks at the longstanding Nuclear Free Berkeley Act.