KCBS and Chronicle Insider
If no deal is made by the end of a cooling off period that expires at 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, two of the transit agency’s largest unions could walk off the job on Friday morning.
The reality seems to be setting in that the cost for San Francisco’s bid alone would be prohibitive – not to mention what it would cost to hire sufficient security and transit.
Anchor Brewing Company plans to expand, and is eyeing a large space in the new Mission Rock development south of San Francisco’s AT&T Park.
A new Field Poll finds California’s registered voters are most likely to support a so-called millionaire’s tax rather than two other tax initiatives proposed for the November ballot.
The recent congressional cuts to California’s High Speed Rail project are prompting questions in San Francisco about the future of the new Transbay Terminal, which is currently under construction at 1st and Mission streets.
Candidates for San Francisco mayor, district attorney and sheriff were making a last-minute push ahead of Tuesday’s election.
The KCBS and Chronicle Insider says it’s astounding how quickly Oakland rebuilt 20 years after the firestorm that killed 25 people and destroyed 4,000 homes and apartments.
Ahead of the safety summit, Quan would only talk in general terms about efforts to improve public safety in Oakland, including maximizing the value of more than 60 police officers being added to the police department.
Oakland police officers are often too quick to draw their guns, especially when confronting African-American suspects, according to a federal court monitor.
Mudslinging isn’t all that uncommon in politics, but what about name-calling? That’s the latest development in California’s budget stalemate.