A week into the Major League Baseball season, it’s already clear that the new replay rules need some work.
The NFL has banned dunking the football over the goal post cross bar after a TD, extended the height of the uprights, and will experiment with longer point after touchdowns.
Come the first 49ers game, or Super Bowl L, there will be plenty of beer and football inside the new Levi’s Stadium, but don’t expect to tap your own keg, toss a football, play a bugle, spill any substance, or bring your pet Gila monster.
San Mateo County supervisors voted Tuesday to tighten rules related to local massage parlors by getting specific about details including what the businesses should look like from the outside and what a massage therapist can and can’t wear while working.
The city council is looking to create a better set of guidelines and rules before allowing any new watering holes from opening.
People with disabled placards that allow them to park at certain street spaces in San Francisco for free soon could have to feed parking meters like everyone else.
A state report examining Cal Grant’s new eligibility standards says the tighter rules have disqualified 80 percent of California’s for-profit colleges from the financial aid program.
The government has announced new online child privacy rules it says give parents greater control over the personal information that can be collected from preteens on the Internet.
The FTC’s chairman, Jon Leibowitz, defended the government’s approach. “When you are talking about children, you have to give the benefit of the doubt to privacy,” he said last week on Capitol Hill.
This week, new rules issued by the Department of Transportation will go into effect that will further protect passenger rights.