San Jose Mercury News
More than two years after Sierra LaMar went missing, court documents were released showing what investigators said they discovered — evidence that may link the suspect to the Morgan Hill teenager.
According to a new study from Stanford University, local and state governments could save billions of dollars on their health care costs if they were to shift thousands of public employees over to Obamacare.
Electricity and natural gas rates for customers of PG&E customers are expected to rise, if California’s Public Utilities Commission adopts a proposal issued Wednesday by a state administrative law judge.
A Palo Alto grandfather has reportedly been held in North Korea for more than three weeks after being pulled off a flight departing the country.
A new report confirms the Bay Area has some of the worst traffic in the country, and drivers should expect things to get worse.
The San Jose Mercury News is joining the growing number of U.S. newspapers that have sold their headquarters as a way to get more modern office space and to save or make money.
Readers of the Contra Costa Times and other East Bay newspapers who missed their coupon supplements the last few Sundays can call the newspaper’s parent company, and get a refund equal to the cost of the paper.
The San Francisco 49ers appear to have reached a deal over $30 million in voter-approved funding for their new stadium in Santa Clara that was unexpectedly yanked by county officials in June.
The San Francisco 49ers are banning tailgating in the Candlestick Park parking lot after games start, and any season ticket holders caught misbehaving on video will have their tickets revoked.
Both the San Jose Mercury News and the San Francisco Chronicle were ranked in the top 25 U.S. newspapers by average weekday and Sunday circulation from October 2010 through March.