Deals Becoming Rarer and Rarer as Gas Prices SurgeIf you stop at the corner of 4th and Bryant Streets for gas in San Francisco, you might be leaving with lighter pockets than expected. There, a gallon of regular unleaded will cost you $5.85.
Gas Pump Sticker Shock; Prices Soar Above $5 A Gallon In San Francisco Bay AreaAs the countdown to the Thanksgiving holiday winds down one thing has become very evident, your planned road trip is going to come with a stiff price tag this year.
KPIX Exclusive: San Francisco Luxury Condos Overlook City's Worst Squalor; 'I Don't Want To Be Afraid To Live Here' A one-way, one-block alley in San Francisco has neighbors living in constant fear and afraid for their safety. Willow Street between Van Ness and Polk currently has the highest concentration of tents in San Francisco, according to the latest city data.
House of Representatives Approves $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Passed by SenateThe House approved a $1 trillion package of road and other infrastructure projects late Friday after Democrats resolved a months-long standoff between progressives and moderates, notching a victory for President Joe Biden and his party.
Statewide Gas Prices Nearing All-Time HighThe cost of a gallon of gas is creeping upwards, and needless to say, people are unhappy about it.
San Mateo County Launches App to Support Small BusinessesAs many small businesses continue to struggle getting by, San Mateo County is getting innovative with a way to try and help them out.
Major Retailers Roll Back Thanksgiving Day Shopping as Pandemic Drags OnThis year, there will be fewer shopping days leading up to Christmas because some of the biggest names in retail say they’ll be closed Thanksgiving Day to allow employees to spend time with family.
Supply Chain Woes Pressure Bay Area Retailers as Holidays LoomSmall businesses are working on plans to survive the holiday season as global supply chain disruptions plague producers, retailers and shoppers.
Berkeley Hotel Workers Stage Boisterous Demonstration In Labor Dispute With HiltonIn the predawn hours Thursday, hotel workers launched a boisterous picket line outside Berkeley's DoubleTree hotel, demanding higher pay, better working conditions and protesting job cuts stemming back to the dark days of the COVID pandemic.
Bay Area Businesses Struggle to Fill Job OpeningsDespite job openings, many businesses in the Bay Area are struggling to make new hires.
San Francisco Restaurant Week, Eat Drink SF Give Industry Much-Needed BoostTwo major food events are back in San Francisco starting Friday, and organizers hope they will give a much-needed economic boost to the industry that's been hard hit by the pandemic.