The hacker group Anonymous appears to have posted the addresses and other personal information of Oakland city officials to the Internet.
Kevin Johnson no doubt experienced heckling during his NBA playing days and he’s heard from critics during his three years as Sacramento’s mayor, but Tuesday may have been a first for him.
Occupy protesters shut down an Oakland City Council meeting Wednesday where lawmakers were supposed to hear public comment on plans to consolidate departments and lay off city workers.
The Santa Clara City Council on Tuesday night rejected a petition to place the San Francisco 49ers stadium project before voters a second time.
The ID cards have been on Mayor Jean Quan’s “to-do” list for about 2-and-a-half years. She argues that the cards would give power to those who otherwise carry no legal identification.
As cities and agencies around the Bay Area work to figure out how to pay for the recent rash of copper thefts, the Concord City Council voted Tuesday night to spend nearly half of a million dollars to replace what’s been stolen.
The San Jose City Council was expected to declare a fiscal emergency Tuesday, but that was tabled after it was discovered last week that the city’s budget deficit is a lot less than the projected $80 million.
After several hours of heated debate, the Piedmont City Council early Tuesday morning gave its tentative approval to a plan to build a controversial youth sports complex, despite opponents worries that the proposal will damage the environment and endanger children.
The Santa Clara City Council will take a vote on Tuesday on whether to allocate $10 million in funding for preparations for the proposed stadium.
Solano County voters Tuesday appear to have elected mostly incumbents and a few newcomers to various city councils and approved a local measure that imposes a tax on marijuana businesses to provide for city services while defeating a measure that would have raised a citywide sales tax.