The car service, formerly known as InstaCab, is the first to comply with a list of regulations from the California Public Utilities Commission.
A State Bar of California judge has recommended a two-year suspension of the law license of a former San Francisco prosecutor who has three convictions for driving under the influence and who tried to use his badge to avoid arrest.
A former Bay Area news helicopter pilot has been arrested for flying without a proper license and lying to officials.
A prominent medical journal has ignited a debate over whether smokers should be required to get a license in order to smoke cigarettes.
Lats summer, 91-year-old Leona Fernandez accidentally crashed her car into a San Jose nursing home, killing two people.
Dozens of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency operators are facing the possibility of being fired for their failure to obtain valid driver’s licenses.
Businesses that are not primarily music venues may be eligible for a limited live entertainment permit that’s much cheaper and subject to less onerous review.
San Jose may weed out the number of medical marijuana clubs in the city from more than 100 to just 10 by auctioning licenses on eBay, Mayor Chuck Reed said.
Oakland officials were considering new amendments to a city law that licenses large medical marijuana growing operations following a warning from the district attorney.
Intel has agreed to pay $1.5 billion over five years to Nvidia to settle a lawsuit over a key computer technology, sending Nvidia shares higher in after-hours trading.