Santa Clara Supervisor Proposes Hosting Child Migrants As Gov. Brown Meets With Mexico’s President On Immigration Crisis
Immigration is on the agenda in Mexico City as Governor Brown meets with Mexico’s president. Meanwhile there’s an idea to bring hundreds of child migrants to the South Bay.
Beverage Companies Using Bay Area Tap Water, While Residential Customers Face Mandatory Restrictions
Despite California’s ongoing drought, municipal water is being bottled—and in some case shipped out of state—for profit.
Some of the iconic palm trees that line San Francisco’s Embarcadero are dying of a fungal disease that will require both their costly removal and replacement by the city’s Department of Public Works.
BART is facing criticism for not publicizing that four board of directors seats are up for November’s election and that open filing for the positions is available for the next three weeks.
Prostitutes are no longer immediately arrested in San Mateo; instead victims’ advocates are brought in to help build a level of trust.
His attorney, Tony Serra, said he was “depressed” by the decision, which he said was based on unsubstantiated claims by the prosecution, and said he plans to appeal.
Ryan Chamberlain, the suspect who became the subject of a nationwide manhunt earlier this week, returned to court Friday where his attorney requested he be transferred to San Francisco General Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
A proposal, which will be voted on in early July, would increase the parking fee at the Mountain View Caltrain Station from $5 to $25 during games and special events at Levi’s Stadium.
The San Francisco political activist and public relations professional who was charged in an explosives case has been ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation while in jail in San Francisco.
The city hopes to fix thousands of potholes over the next several weeks, part of an annual blitz to fix the streets of Oakland.