The recovery continues for those injured in Saturday’s crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport. More than 30 crash victims remain hospitalized.
An estimated 4.7 million people will be on California’s roads for Independence Day travel in 2013, a 0.7% decline from 2012 Fourth of July holiday travel figures.
This weekend’s Pride celebration in San Francisco is expected to be an even bigger party this year, following the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decisions on same-sex marriage.
California’s ban on the importation of shark fins goes into full effect on Monday. Meanwhile, community leaders in San Francisco’s Chinatown are urging compliance with the law.
A bike-sharing pilot program is set to launch in the Bay Area starting in August with 700 bikes at docking stations in five cities.
Some Bay Area school districts will see significant increases in state funding now that the legislature has passed a budget. The only thing they need is Governor Brown’s signature.
Cycling advocates, business owners and other San Francisco residents are raising objections to a proposal to move bicycle traffic off a portion of Market Street and onto Mission Street.
California’s State Senate has passed a $96.3 billion budget one day ahead of deadline as GOP warns that spending will lead to future imbalance.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera of San Francisco has filed a lawsuit against three gun accessory manufacturers, claiming they are breaking California’s gun laws.
Despite rising tuition and growing student loan debt, college is still a good investment.