Next week, a North Bay veterans’ group will begin helping vets and their families with the basic need of housing. But getting a roof over their heads is just the beginning.
Given the choice, most people who get a traffic ticket would choose community service over paying what have become hefty fines.
San Francisco’s Department of Health has snuffed out the city’s burgeoning hookah scene. Last month, nearly two dozen hookah lounges were told to close their doors.
To the more than two million Californians who are out of work, the disappearance of jobs is discouraging. But, for the first time in fourteen years, manufacturing in the United States has added jobs.
Video games may not be regarded as by the general public as art, but that view may be about to change. The National Endowment for the Arts announced that it will make funding available for the creation of video games beginning next year.
NASA has picked six teachers from a nationwide search to fly on its latest scientific endeavor. Among those picked, a physics teacher at a San Jose school.
San Francisco Police Park Station Captain Denis O’Leary told CBS 5 the law Sit-Lie has been effective despite the criticism.
Many police agencies are turning to wearable cameras for their officers to help document arrests and counter video images that police agencies often claim just tell one side of the story.
The legality and the effectiveness of gang injunctions are being tested in Oakland. Around 40 gang members have been named in a proposed injunction that covers the city’s Fruitvale district.
Commercials for male erectile dysfunction medication are seen frequently on TV. But a company that makes personal oil designed for women claims they have difficulty buying ad time.