A federal judge Thursday turned down a request by five nudism activists for a temporary restraining order blocking a San Francisco ban on nakedness on public streets, sidewalks and transit vehicles.
U. S. District Court Judge Edward Chen said nudists’s claims that the law violates free speech rights lacked merit.
The San Rafael City Council on Monday evening unanimously approved a strict new ordinance that prohibits smoking in multi-family housing with two or more units and in certain outdoor public places.
Facebook might finally be laying down the groundwork for a highly-anticipated initial public offering, long expected to take place sometime after April 2012.
The sudden slide in the stock market over the last few trading sessions may put a dampener on the recent resurgence of high tech initial public offerings. Now, Bay Area start-ups may wait until stocks recover before going public
Clorox Co. is turning down billionaire investor Carl Icahn’s offer to buy the company, saying the price of $76.50 per share is too low.
Activist investor Carl Icahn is offering to take Oakland-based Clorox Co. private in a deal that values the consumer products maker at about $10.2 billion.
This week’s passage of the state budget dealt another $150 million blow to the University of California system, which will likely be made up via higher students’ fees. However, that’s not the only looming problem that may require students to dig deeper into their wallets.
Visitors at the San Francisco Zoo got a chance to see its newest resident, a tiny baby koala.
Producers at Eye on the Bay have put together this list of free days at local attractions – included are several local attractions that are always free to the public.