There have been at least 10 murders in and around the Sunnydale this year, and countless more shootings. San Francisco’s Sunnydale-Velasco Housing Project hides its residents in dilapidated apartments from what occurs in the streets right outside.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee remains cautiously optimistic that a deal will get done before the New Year’s deadline.
At a UC Regents meeting, Governor Brown said more cuts can be expected despite voters approving his tax measure, Proposition 30, in November.
California Gov. Jerry Brown is intensifying his campaign to pass Proposition 30, which has fallen below 50 percent support for the first time according to the latest statewide poll.
Bay Area foodies love to eat out, but how safe is it? Especially when inspectors struggle to keep up with the proliferation of new restaurants and food trucks.
In the 1990s it was Ross Perot. In 2000 it was Ralph Nader. Now in 2012, the former governor of New Mexico could be the spoiler in the presidential campaign and help determine who wins the White House.
Bay Area volunteers for the Obama and Romney campaigns are headed to states like Nevada and Colorado, hoping to swing voters in their direction.
As Campaign 2012 continues, undecided voters across the country are having a hard time deciphering truth from fiction from both parties.
The House Minority Leader drummed up support from the California delegation, expressing confidence in her party come November.
The Chairman of the California Democratic Party already has political pundits, delegates and rivals buzzing a day before the Democratic National Convention formally opens in Charlotte, North Carolina, after telling KCBS Radio exclusively that Republican tactics were akin to Nazi propaganda.