5,000 Percent Increase In Popular Drug Prompts Protests From SpecialistsA dramatic overnight price increase for a decades old drug developed by a Hayward company has prompted protests from infectious disease specialists.
San Francisco Sells Second Most Expensive Beers In U.S., Study SaysIn the Bay Area, prices are at a high for more than just housing.
San Francisco Too Expensive For McDonald's?McDonald’s famous golden arches are vanishing from San Francisco, and real estate prices could be the culprit.
Study Suggests Housing Santa Clara County’s Homeless Is Cheaper Than Letting Them Live On StreetsA new long-term study shows that it actually might be cheaper to build housing for the homeless than to allow them to live on the streets.
Muir Woods Entry Fee Going Up From $7 To $10Entry for children under 16 years of age will continue to be free, said the National Park Service, which announced the price increase on Thursday.
Cost To File Ballot Measure in California Jumps From $200 To $8,000 Following Kill All Gays InitiativeIt could cost a lot more to file a ballot measure in California.
Alameda County Supervisor Wants Raiders To Renovate Coliseum Rather Than Build New StadiumNate Miley wants the Raiders to renovate the Coliseum, as he says a new stadium could cost taxpayers $300 million.
Did My Gas Cost Really Just Go Up 70 Cents A Gallon This Week? Yep
Oakland Protests, Staffing Shortages Send Police Overtime Estimate To $30MOakland’s Police Chief says the city has spent $3-million on overtime for his officers covering protests, and the department could spend upwards of $30-million on overtime, despite budgeting just $15-million for this fiscal year.
Price Hike For Disneyland Tickets Goes Into EffectVisiting Mickey and Minnie just got more expensive.
Bay Area Crude Oil-By-Rail Shipments Halted After Price Per Barrel Drops SharplyThe low price of oil has has prompted an energy company to halt the transportation by rail of Bakken crude through the Bay Area.
Host Mayor Expects To Lose Money On Super Bowl XLIXThe mayor of the host city for next Sunday's Super Bowl says he doesn't expect to see an economic boost from the biggest sporting event of the year.