SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)—While the first phase of the America’s Cup races is over and the finals are set to begin, it remains unclear whether or not the city of San Francisco has benefited from the […]
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking to stop the agency that certifies two-year colleges in the western U.S. from revoking the accreditation of City College of San Francisco.
Influential Bay Area business leaders have asked Gov. Jerry Brown to intervene personally to help to end the labor dispute at Bay Area Rapid Transit.
The bill, authored by state Senator Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, gives survivors of human trafficking the right to terminate residential leases in order to protect themselves against their abusers. The bill also strengthens existing protections for survivors of domestic violence who are forced to vacate a rental property for personal safety reasons.
The battle over what should be done to the Beach Chalet soccer fields in Golden Gate Park was fought out in San Francisco Superior Court on Friday.
The organizers of Outside Lands say the music festival has been a major economist boost for San Francisco since it began six years ago.
Covered California is preparing to provide Californian’s with many options for obtaining health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, but it faces issues when it comes to serving the needs of patients who can’t speak English.
California’s shark fin ban faces a legal challenge by the Chinatown Neighborhood Association and Asian Americans for Political Advancement.
An audit by the Senate Office of Oversight and Outcomes is placing blame on the California State Controller’s Office for “chronic mismanagement” of the state’s payroll system.
The 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Bonds measure was overwhelmingly approved last November.