Jeffery Schaub

Airlines Consider 'Economy Minus' Seats With Less Room, Lower PriceAn un-named major airline is now tinkering with the idea of offering something called Economy Minus, with less legroom and seats that don't recline at a discount price.
Commuters Asked To Weigh Options For Golden Bridge Toll Hikes While toll increases for Golden Gate Bridge are immanent, North Bay commuters will have will have an opportunity this week to determine how much and they will be implemented.
Man Arrested In Richmond After Crashing Stolen Car Into HomeA man was arrested Monday morning after he allegedly robbed a woman, stole her car and crashed into a yard at a home in Richmond, police said.
UC Berkeley Student Proposal Would Tax Oil, Gas For EducationEnvironmental and education advocates have proposed a new measure that would tax oil and gas extracted in California to fund education programs in the state.
Bay Area Commemorates King Legacy With Freedom Train & MarchThe Bay Area commemorated MLK's legacy with the annual Freedom Train ride and a march and gathering in San Francisco's Yerba Buena Gardens 45 years after the civil rights leader was slain.
Bill Proposed To Allow California Teens To Pre-Register To VoteA California state senator introduced a bill on Thursday that would 15-year-olds to pre-register to vote.
Resources For Victims Of Teen ViolenceIt’s estimated that one in three teenage girls in this country has experienced some form of abuse in an intimate relationship: verbal, emotional or sexual – or all three.
Convicted Murderer Hans Reiser Defends Self In Wrongful Death CaseConvicted murderer Hans Reiser appeared in court Tuesday to outline his strategy in the wrongful death lawsuit that was filed against him by his two children
PG&E Earns $260M Last Quarter, Shareholders Meeting Met By ProtestsPG&E is reporting higher earnings this last quarter than the same time last year despite penalties from the San Bruno pipeline explosion.
Bicycle Fans, Businesses Alike Enthused For Amgen RaceBicycle race enthusiasts and Northern California businesses are equally excited by the arrival of the nation's largest professional bike race.