A San Jose nightclub where five people were shot at a private party hosted by popular R&B singer Chris Brown will has had its liquor and entertainment licenses suspended, police announced on Thursday.
U.S. Forest Service To Require News Media Buy Pricey Permits Before Taking Photos, Videos On Federal Lands
The U.S. Forest Service is finalizing new regulations that could change the landscape of media coverage of issues dealing with federally maintained wild land, requiring expensive permits before photography is allowed, and imposing hefty fines for news organizations that violate the process.
A Solano County wind farm will become the first in the nation to avoid prosecution if eagles are injured or die when they run into the giant turning blades, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday.
A new report by the Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury calls for more oversight of food truck operations and finds their regulations to be insufficient.
The new ordinance makes it easier for vendors to sell fresh fruit and vegetables.
Some businesses that are seeking liquor licenses in San Francisco are being told to install security cameras in order to get a permit, once again sparking a debate about privacy concerns.
In this KCBS Cover Story, the cleanliness of food trucks is put under the microscope, as more and more are popping up around the Bay Area.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board of directors on Tuesday approved temporary permits that will allow up to 200 more taxis to operate on the city’s streets.
The Menlo Park City Council has paved the way for Facebook to nearly double the number of employees at its headquarters in exchange for numerous investments the company has agreed to make in the community.
San Francisco is looking to improve taxi cab service and shorten wait times by issuing 50 new part-time cab permits on a trial basis.