Beginning January 13, homeless San Francisco residents will be able to place their names on the public housing waiting list.
Arrested Black Friday Protesters Say BART Wants $70,000 In Restitution For Shutdown; Call It ‘Ransom’
Fourteen #BlackLivesMatter protesters, who shut down the West Oakland BART train on Black Friday last year, said the transit agency is trying to make them pay restitution along with charged with criminal complaints.
A dispute between the building’s owner, who served on the board, and the board of directors over rent means the non-profit could close as soon as this weekend.
A Berkeley student from San Ramon was found dead on Piedmont Avenue last week, the second death in the last two months.
Hundreds Of Berkeley High School Students March To UC Campus For Michael Brown, Eric Garner Demonstration
Hundreds of Berkeley High School students gathered on the UC Berkeley campus to rally in support of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Many of the students were happy to have such a large gathering at the demonstration Wednesday.
With thousands of meals being served over the holidays, Glide is hoping to turn all the waste and scraps back into food to help those in need.
Oakland Begins Cleanup After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision Protest Leaves Downtown Businesses Vandalized, Looted
Work crews on Tuesday morning began cleaning up downtown, where demonstrators protesting the Ferguson, Mo. grand jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson over the shooting death of Michael Brown set fires, smashed store-front windows and looted businesses on Monday night.
A former Livermore golf instructor was sentenced by a judge Thursday to 27 years in state prison for sexually abusing three boys he was teaching and then trying to solicit someone to murder them.
It was thanks to the Lefty O’Doul’s Foundation For Kids, which is carrying on the tradition started by O’Doul himself of putting baseballs in the hands of children.
State water managers are contemplating mandatory fines for water wasters as calls for water conservation in drought-plagued California have apparently fallen on deaf ears.