After years of struggling with his father’s legacy, the son of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone has given voice to his memories of events that shook the Bay Area through a play, “Ghost Light.”
Another San Francisco pot club is closing its doors for good after receiving a threatening letter from a local U.S. Attorney.
11,000 low-level offenders have been shifted from prison to county jails under the state prison realignment program and the governor is looking to cut another $1.1 billion from the prison budget.
SACRAMENTO (KCBS)— Governor Jerry Brown met with reporters Tuesday to review his first year in office and look ahead to what’s next. The governor said it’s exhilarating and exciting to be running the state again and he said he thinks he’s doing a pretty good job. He’ll propose more budget cuts next month, but those […]
Public colleges in California can defray the cost of inevitable tuition and fee hikes by making textbooks available online for download, a leading state lawmaker said Wednesday.
A second man has joined the man infamously known as the Berkeley Tree Sitter in his occupation of an Oakland Sycamore near Frank Ogawa Plaza.
Clergy from different denominations descended on Frank Ogawa Plaza to pray for the Occupy Oakland protesters and Mayor Jean Quan for a positive outcome of the continuing and tumultuous movement.
Occupy Oakland may be overshadowing it’s San Francisco counterpart in international attention, but SF is considering branching out to Civic Center Plaza as early as this weekend.
A campaign to repeal the California Dream Act has the green light to start collecting signatures to qualify a measure for next year’s November ballot.
Dual protests in San Francisco and Oakland in sympathy with the Occupy Wall Street movement exude a remarkably different vibe, as city officials differ in their tolerance of protesters’ encampments.