Every March, 60 million Americans or more fill out NCAA brackets, predicting the winner of the men’s basketball championship. A good percentage are doing it to be part of the pop culture phenomenon, not because they are sports fans, and this fact leads to mind-numbing confusion about the championship and the office pool.
What to consider as the first open enrollment period in California under the federal Affordable Care Act comes to an end:
Monday is the deadline for Americans to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, the Obama Administrations health reform law.
California Gov. Jerry Brown appointed a board to investigate the contract dispute between Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District and one of its unions, putting off the threat of a strike this week.
City College of San Francisco leaders need more time to come up with solutions to the school’s financial and management problems, and plan to ask for an extension on a deadline set by an accrediting commission, a school spokesman said Wednesday.
A ticket purchased in San Francisco for the record March 30th MEGA Millions draw will become worthless Wednesday night unless the owner comes forward to claim the nearly quarter million dollar prize, according to lottery officials.
Kate Walsh is saying goodbye to “Private Practice.” The San Jose-born actress has confirmed she’s leaving the show after the upcoming sixth season…
Oakland city officials are facing a federal judge’s deadline to submit a plan on how it will complete investigations into how the police department handled last fall’s Occupy protests.
San Francisco’s public health department has declared the Occupy San Francisco encampment in Justin Herman Plaza a public health nuisance.
Medical marijuana providers and patients are suing the federal government to keep it from shutting down pot clubs in California.