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.
If you’ve got a car in San Francisco you’re already paying a load in insurance, your dents have dents, you have to suffer through critical mass and people hating on you…
In his travels About the Bay, KCBS’ Mike Sugerman looks at whether bicyclists in San Francisco are obeying the rules, this after a fatal accident that took the life of a pedestrian last month.
The Bay Area’s mini heat wave this week is serving as a good reminder for companies that use outdoor workers that state regulations require more than just passing out bottled water.
Businesses will have more time to comply with California’s tough diesel emissions standards for trucks, buses and construction equipment under new, relaxed rules expected to be adopted by air quality officials.
Officials in Foster City are considering cracking down on dog owners who bring too many dogs to the city’s dog park.