The San Jose City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to reject a proposed five percent pay raise for councilmembers.
The Federal Highway Administration said Monday that it had launched a probe into why seemingly undesirable bolts were used on portions of the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
A public hearing was scheduled for Friday in Oakland to discuss a proposed state law that would allow Oakland to essentially circumvent California’s existing gun regulations in favor of something one city councilwoman suggested is better suited for violence-plagued Oakland.
The pedestrian was struck by southbound train No. 314 around 7:40 a.m. south of the Broadway station, located at 1190 California Drive, according to Caltrain spokeswoman Jayme Ackemann.
A San Francisco woman who was reported missing in February was found dead in Pacifica last weekend, San Bruno police said Friday.
The San Francisco 49ers and KPIX 5 announced a new television broadcast agreement on Thursday which includes a 10-year extension of preseason game broadcast rights through the 2023 season.
Assaults on station agents – along with public urination, drug use, drug dealing – have prompted the Bay Area Rapid Transit Board of Directors to introduce a “Prohibition Order” that targets unruly riders to them off trains.
How does a 30% wage hike sound to you? It could become a reality, for thousands of minimum wage workers in Berkeley.
A woman was shot and killed in front of her young child near Oakland Children’s Hospital Wednesday night; the fourth homicide this week, authorities said.
As Caltrans officials scramble to figure out just what went wrong with the anchor rods on the Bay Bridge’s new eastern span and how to repair them, they are paying close attention to an unsolicited report from a retired engineer.