Bay Area fans of In-N-Out burgers are salivating online after a new store opened Thursday in Alameda.
A Berkeley law firm has filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Irvine-based restaurant chain In-N-Out Burger maintains hiring practices that discriminate on the basis of race, color and age.
A major fast food retailer has severed its ties with a Central California slaughterhouse being investigated to see if beef from sick cattle entered the human food supply.
Police believe a shooting that seriously injured a man in the parking lot of an In-N-Out Burger in Pinole Monday evening may have been drug-related.
SAN CARLOS (CBS SF) – Call it a sign of the times. Despite the success of a new business in a weak economy, people in one city are not happy with their popular new neighbor. […]