A proposal by the state’s judicial branch to charge $10 to view a public file at the Santa Rosa courthouse is being criticized by those who say it would limit access to public information.
Final 49ers stadium deals have been approved by the city of Santa Clara, including $100,000 in extra loan money and a 40-year non-relocation agreement.
The White House has ordered a review of loan guarantees made by the Energy Department after the Fremont solar power company that got a half-billion-dollar federal loan went bankrupt.
Paper reports would be done away with as all documents for city council meetings would be loaded onto the Apple tablets.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said emails and a signed document that form the basis of a New York man’s lawsuit claiming part ownership of the social networking phenomenon are fakes.
Attorneys for Facebook Inc. are calling a man’s federal lawsuit claiming part ownership of the company “a fraud on the court.”
A New York man who claims an ownership stake in Facebook is now seeking 50 percent of the site’s value from founder Mark Zuckerberg.
A Peninsula Assemblyman is highly critical of a fine agreement between the CPUC and PG&E.
Students at San Francisco’s Cleveland Elementary School saw history played out in front of them on Wednesday, as a 100-year-old time capsule was opened up.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. said it will turn over thousand of pages of internal documents related to the deadly gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno to a state lawmaker after all.