A judge has tentatively agreed to have customers pay a little more than half the $2.2 billion cost to improve Pacific Gas & Electric Co.’s gas lines.
A community effort to save Cascos, a martial arts studio that has been a bright spot in East Oakland for 40 years had been recently threatened with foreclosure, has succeeded.
The first Tesla S sedans rolled off the Fremont assembly line last Friday.
The plan was in effect last weekend for the U.S. open and again this weekend for Pride.
Pints get hoisted regularly at the historical Molloy’s Tavern in Colma to toast the memory of someone who has just died. On Friday the toasts were for Lanty Molloy, who with his family, kept the landmark bar alive through three generations.
The American Red Cross is especially looking for four blood types: O+, O-, A- and B-, all of which are at critically low levels.
Oakland is looking for qualified applicants to join two police academies being held later this year.
Farmers in the Central Valley have filed a pair of lawsuits claiming the path of the bullet train line will severely impact farming in the community.
Relief is in sight for tens of thousands of San Francisco Muni riders who have been impacted by repairs to the N-Judah line this past week. A transit spokesman says service should be up and running by Monday morning.
The school’s board of trustees is looking at all of its options, including possibly closing campuses, cutting classes and staff layoffs.