More than a half-billion dollars in cuts have been proposed to the state’s court system, potentially making it harder to pay a traffic fine or get a divorce.
Occupy activists who broke locks and set up an encampment on University of California, Berkeley agricultural research land in Albany have refused to leave.
Alexander Massiallas was following a family tradition when he took up foil fencing. His father competed in the Olympics three times, and now the young man has himself been named to the U.S. men’s team for 2012.
Transbay buses across the Golden Gate Bridge will follow modified routes, and ferries between Marin and San Francisco will run more frequently, during the upcoming weekend closure of Doyle Drive.
Golden Gate Transit may offer Wi-Fi service on their ferries by this summer if the agency’s board of directors approves a plan later this week.
Caine Monroy has become an online star after a film was made about his homemade cardboard arcade at his dad’s auto store in East Los Angeles.
The longtime landlord has decided not to renew the lease for the facility, meaning it will close on April 15.
One of three men who overdosed in 2009 was 21-year-old Joey Rovero, an Arizona State University student from San Ramon.
A computer glitch stemming from United Airlines merger with Continental caused confusion, long lines and missed flights for many travelers at San Francisco International airport on Saturday.
This comes as the city is expected to lay off up to 40 employees later this month.