All Three Defendants Found Guilty In Murder Of Ahmaud ArberyA jury has returned guilty verdicts against all three defendants in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia.
Relief on Gas Prices Could Come by ChristmasGas industry analysts say there's likely relief on the way for California drivers fed up with high gas prices but caution it may not arrive until Christmas.
Bay Area Representatives Outline Federal Funding Provided by Infrastructure BillThe Bay Area will receive $4.5 billion over the next five years from the recently passed federal infrastructure funding package, a group of Bay Area members of Congress said Tuesday.
Jury Awards $25 Million in Charlottesville "Unite The Right" Rally Civil CaseA federal jury has returned a partial verdict in a civil case about whether the white nationalist organizers of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville four years ago conspired to commit racially motivated violence that left one person dead and scores injured.
Contra Costa Supervisors Approve New Voting Boundaries Created By 2020 CensusWith the 2020 Census in the books, counties like Contra Costa are seeing their political landscapes evolve.
Hundreds of Airport Workers to Protest At SFO Over Wages, BenefitsA local union announced Tuesday that hundreds of airport workers will protest the next day at San Francisco International Airport to highlight demands for affordable health care benefits, according to union officials.
President Biden Orders Release of Strategic Petroleum Reserve To Stem Surging Gas PricesAs sky-high gas prices in the San Francisco Bay Area move the average price in California to new heights, President Joe Biden on Tuesday ordered 50 million barrels of oil released from America’s strategic reserve to help bring down gasoline and energy costs.
State Fines PG&E $7.5 Million for Safety Code ViolationsCalifornia’s energy utility, Pacific Gas & Electric, received two citations Monday for safety code violations, totaling $7.5 million, from the California Public Utilities Commission.
COVID: SF Mission Pop-Up Clinic Makes Kids Vaccines, Adult Booster Shots ConvenientAfter a troubling start, California’s COVID-19 case rate recently has been stabilizing this month, according to new data. But health officials urge residents to continue with booster shots and vaccinations for kids.
CA Voter Support For Water Infrastructure Bill May Hang On The WeatherSignature-gathering has begun to place an initiative on the 2022 ballot that would force the Legislature to fund more water storage in California.
Gov. Gavin Newsom, Family Leave Country For Thanksgiving TripCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has left the state with his family for a trip to Mexico during Thanksgiving.
Superintendent Thurmond Announces Committee to Expand Gender Neutral Bathrooms in SchoolsState schools Superintendent Tony Thurmond announced Friday the formation of a committee to make recommendations to expand the availability of gender neutral bathrooms on California school campuses.
Highway 101 Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge Opens in Palo AltoThe City of Palo Alto held a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday to open the new Highway 101 Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge.
Member Of Sonoma County Tribe Among 2 Pardoned By Gov. Gavin Newsom In Native American RecognitionGov. Gavin Newsom on Friday said he had pardoned two members of California tribes coinciding with Native American Heritage Month.
San Mateo County Board of Supervisors President Canepa to Run For Rep. Speier's SeatSan Mateo County Board of Supervisors President David Canepa on Friday evening announced he plans to run for retiring Rep. Jackie Speier's congressional seat next year.