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George Lucas (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Lucasfilm Rejects Bid To Reconsider Marin County Studio

A company owned by George Lucas on Wednesday rejected a move by Marin County officials to persuade the filmmaker to resurrect a plan to build a massive film studio.


George Lucas (Photo by Abby Brack/Getty Images)

Marin Residents, Officials Urge George Lucas To Reconsider Studio

The Marin County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution Tuesday encouraging filmmaker George Lucas to build a digital studio at Grady Ranch, one week after he withdrew the project.


Artist rendering of proposed park in the Mission Rock area across McCovey Cove from AT&T Park in San Francisco. (Cordish Companies)

Giants, City Unveil Mission Rock Neighborhood Plans Next To AT&T Park

San Francisco Giants representatives joined city leaders Wednesday to unveil plans to create a new neighborhood next to the team’s home ballpark.


Three undocumented students leading a group of people across the Golden Gate Bridge to kick off a cross-country march in support of the Dream Act.

X-Country Dream Act Trek For Undocumented Students Sets Off From Bay Area

Three undocumented immigrant college students led a group of people across the Golden Gate Bridge Saturday afternoon to kick off a cross-country march to Washington, D.C. in support of the Dream Act.


Santa Clara’s Last Piece Of Farmland Ready For Building

The days are numbered for the last piece of usable farmland in Santa Clara, slated to become housing for the elderly and those with limited means.


The driving range at the Rancho Del Pueblo Golf Course in San Jose (CBS)

San Jose Considers Sale Of Public Golf Course

San Jose residents were invited to a community meeting Wednesday to weigh in on the mayor’s proposal to sell the Rancho Del Pueblo golf course.


Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Six East Bay Cities Vie For 2nd Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Campus

ALAMEDA (KCBS) – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has whittled its list of potential locations for a second campus down to six East Bay cities. Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland and Richmond all managed to stay […]


Treasure Island development, rendering

San Francisco’s Treasure Island Project Clears Latest Hurdle

A San Francisco Board of Supervisors committee on Monday approved a $1.5 billion project to transform Treasure Island, and the full board could vote on the proposal in two weeks.

CBS San Francisco–05/03/2011

Treasure Island development, rendering

Treasure Island Affords Rare Chance For City Expansion

A proposal to transform San Francisco’s Treasure Island into a bustling residential and commercial enclave is moving through the final city approval process.

CBS San Francisco–05/01/2011

New Southern San Jose Development Approved

The San Jose City Council has cleared the way for a new neighborhood, meaning 94 new homes will be built near the city’s southern border, not far from Almaden Valley.