No one has come forward to solve this whopper of a mystery: Someone left behind a backpack with $100,000 in cash at a fast food restaurant in the South Bay this week.
A former San Francisco police officer told a federal jury Monday that he stole money, property and drugs during searches and arrests and said he did it with two other officers now on trial.
Many seeking employment at a South of Market job fair were elated, after Tuesday’s vote in San Francisco to gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
The new Bay Bridge eastern span will likely end up at least $35 million in the red, and officials are shifting money from other completed Caltrans bridge projects to make up the difference.
California may not have the hotly contested, high-profile races for U.S. Senator or governor that some other states do this year, but it’s still attracting some of the biggest campaign spending in the country.
The campaign over San Francisco and Berkeley’s so-called ‘soda-tax measures’ is taking on a David versus Goliath theme with the amounts of money being invested.
San Francisco Supervisor Introduces Legislation To Allocate $800K For Residents Who Can’t Afford HIV/AIDS Drugs
San Francisco Supervisor David Campos introduced legislation Tuesday that would allocate about $800,000 to not only assist San Franciscans who can’t afford preventative HIV/AIDS drugs but would also pay health navigators to increase education about the effectiveness of the drug.
The hometown of Google and LinkedIn is also the best place in the Bay Area to find a well-to-do mate, according to Money Magazine, which just came out with its annual lists of the best places to live.
In 2013, there were 16,993 reported instances of identity theft crimes that were committed against people 70 years and older.
A San Bruno retiree has won $150,000 in a California Lottery Scratchers game and plans to save and invest the money.