ATF Probe Of Massive Oakland Fire Comes Up EmptyThe cause of a four-alarm fire last month at a construction site in Oakland's Uptown neighborhood remains unknown, officials with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said.
San Francisco Offers To Buy Troubled Haight-Ashbury McDonald'sThe City of San Francisco has offered to buy a McDonald's located in the city's Haight-Ashbury District, but it's not getting into the burger business.
Santa Cruz Considers Limiting Vacation Rentals To Ease Housing CrunchThe city of Santa Cruz is considering a dramatic step to try to ease the housing crunch by limiting vacation rentals.
Arson Investigation Into Oakland Apartment Fire ContinuesOne man is calling a recent fire at an Oakland construction site a war on housing.
Facebook Looks To Build Neighborhood As It Expands HeadquartersFacebook unveiled plans Friday to build a new neighborhood with housing and retail as it expands its Menlo Park offices.
Ramshackle SF 'Tear-Down' Listed for $7 MillionA hilltop San Francisco property, described as a "tear down" by the realtor, is on the market for a listing price of $7 million.
South Bay Veteran Says Goodbye To Home After EvictionA San Jose housing policy has had the unintended consequence of allowing longtime tenants in rent-controlled housing to be evicted by landlords.
San Francisco Mayor Commits $44 Million To Teacher Housing ProjectMayor Ed Lee this week moved to commit $44 million in city funding toward building a long-delayed teacher housing project at a site in San Francisco’s Sunset District.
Oakland Mayor Addresses Housing Concerns After New PollMayor Libby Schaaf wants to be the first two-term mayor of Oakland since Jerry Brown. On Tuesday, KPIX 5 talked to her about the results of an exclusive Survey USA poll on what worries voters the most.
Only 41 Percent Of Doctors, 0.4 Percent Of Teachers Can Afford San Francisco HomesHousing prices in San Francisco have reached a point where less than one percent of homes for sale are affordable to teachers.
Bay Area Home Sales Dip But Prices Rise In FebruaryFebruary 2017 posted the largest year-over-year price hike since last fall as sales slowed by 3.3 percent.
WWII Vet Faces Eviction, Puts Spotlight On San Jose Tenant ProtectionsA World War II veteran in San Jose is fighting to keep his home.