After a year on the beat, a license plate scanner used by Los Altos Police now has a new policy for how long that data can be stored.
Relatives of Californians who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will get a second chance to apply for college scholarships under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown after investigations found that the state mishandled the program.
The Fremont City Council has voted unanimously to set up a system of surveillance cameras to watch who is going in and out of town.
Drivers in the Golden State can take a trip down memory lane, no matter what vehicle they own. The California Department of Motor Vehicles announced this week they will issue some retro-looking license plates.
The state Senate has passed a bill allowing the DMV to issue a commemorative license plate featuring Snoopy, Charles Schulz’s beloved `Peanuts’ character.
Piedmont is moving forward with plans to install cameras to record the license plates of all cars that drive into town.
Officials at the Golden Gate Bridge say they have targeted March 27, 2013 as the date they hope to switch exclusively to electronic tolls.
Workers on the span have begun to test the new all-electronic tolling system Wednesday morning, in hopes of fully implementing it by late March.
Drivers using the Golden Gate Bridge will see the anticipated major change from human toll-takers to an all-electronic toll system beginning early next year.
A review by The Associated Press of the $15 million collected since lawmakers approved the “California Memorial Scholarship Program” shows only a small fraction of the money went to scholarships.