California lawmakers will be on recess in a matter of days which means that there will be a flurry of activity the next few days in Sacramento.
A group of lawmakers is proposing that the new span of the Bay Bridge be named after former Assembly Speaker and San Francisco Mayor, Willie Brown.
This week’s vote by the NFL to play Super Bowl L at the new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara in 2016 – and name San Francisco as official host city – will create an interesting dynamic between SF and the South Bay.
San Francisco’s political leaders were in the middle of celebrating the Golden State Warriors’ achievements when Mayor Lee received a note that said his city won the bid to host the 50th Super Bowl.
The Bay Area Super Bowl Committee will travel to Boston next week to personally present their bid for the 50th installment of the big game and they’re getting pledges from Google, Apple, Gap, Intel and Yahoo in order to seal the deal.
The manhunt for one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects has a city of over a million people on a citywide lockdown and is prompting discussion on San Francisco authorities would handle a similar situation.
Does graphic violence in movies contribute to violence in society? It’s a question that comes up from time to time, and is again being asked in light of action-packed blockbusters like Argo and Zero Dark Thirty topping the list of notable films during the 2013 awards season.
President Barack Obama is sworn in for his second term on Monday, but former SF Mayor Willie Brown says the second term usually looses its luster.
The possibility that a supermajority of Democrats will control both houses of the California Legislature does not guarantee an end to the gridlock in Sacramento.
Some of California’s most high-ranking representatives on Capitol Hill are sending a strong message to Gov. Jerry Brown, calling on him to sign the state’s hotly debated TRUST Act.