A first of its kind survey in California has looked at mental health disparities for gays. The findings were released Monday in Pleasant Hill.
By all accounts, it’s a thorny issues for commuters on both sides of the aisle, so to speak: should bicycles be allowed on BART trains?
New research indicates that nearly a third of likely Asian American voters have yet to decide who they’re voting for in this year’s presidential election, a significantly higher total than the general population.
A helicopter may be seen flying at low-level altitudes over parts of San Francisco, Pacifica and Oakland this week, but authorities said the public shouldn’t be alarmed.
A new survey shows that California’s millennials, the generation of adults between the ages of 18 and 29, are feeling good about the state and optimistic for their future.
There’s more bad news for Californians dependent upon Sierra snowmelt for water—the state snow survey on Tuesday measured just 30 percent of normal.
California voters are an increasingly independent bunch, with a record number declining to join either the Democrats or the Republicans, with latest tally holding especially bad news for the California GOP.
The Vietnamese community in Silicon Valley is getting a major health check as part of a three month survey.
Despite labor outcries over public pension reform, a new University of San Francisco survey finds public approval for moderate changes, with the majority of people apparently okay with raising the age for benefits to kick in.
More Marin residents have apparently abandoned driving in favor of walking or cycling around their community, according to a new survey.