A fresh court ruling in California states that using a phone solely for navigation is a violation of hands-free laws.
Twas the night before cliffmas, when all through the House The members were stirring, and starting to grouse, The stock market was steady, the jobs numbers were fair, But the issue of the fiscal cliff hung in the air.
Palo Alto High School is known for its academic success, but that’s not all.
As Apple rumors go, this one is perhaps the most unanimous: A new, smaller iPad is on the way.
As Election Day nears, commercials on both sides of Governor Jerry Brown’s tax measure are looking to inspire voters, and not always in a forthright way. Also, the Munger family gives Brown a big headache.
Bay Area teen Laura started 1Closet, an effort to collect new or gently used clothes she gives to other teens
The San Francisco Chapter of Meals on Wheels prepares 3,200 each and every day, feeding over 2800 needy seniors.
A Milpitas non-profit organization is helping low-income children start the school year with the necessary tools they need to succeed.
On Friday the State Senate endorsed an $8 billion dollar package for high speed rail. Not everyone is excited about it.
Alameda Naval Station on the East shore of San Francisco Bay once thrived.