California Lt. Gov. Newsom Seeks Common Ground With President TrumpWhile many top California Democrats are saying "resist" when it comes to dealing with President Trump, the front-running candidate for governor - Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom - is not one of them.
Secretaries Pompeo, Mattis Defend Trump Foreign Policy Moves At Stanford UniversityU.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary James Mattis defended the Trump administration during a gathering in the Bay Area Tuesday.
Republican Cox Targets Corruption, Likes Chances In Governor's RaceCalifornia’s Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox is targeting corruption in state politics as part of his big pitch to voters in the fall.
Law Loophole Lets Deceased Pols Run 'Zombie' CampaignsFormer elected officials are allowed to keep their campaign funds even if they never plan to run for office again or, in some cases, even after they die.
Controversial Ads On BART Target H-1B Visa Program For Foreign WorkersControversial new ads are popping up in the Bay Area denouncing a program that allows tech companies to bring in foreign workers, an issue that's becoming a flashpoint in the immigration debate.
Drivers Ordered To Ignore New Signs On Richmond Bridge During TestingDrivers using the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge are being told to ignore the electronic signs on the span during a testing phase over the next two or three weeks.
San Francisco Trades Program Churns Out Graduates For Hot Construction MarketSan Francisco residents are taking on an intense training course known as CityBuild to find work in the Bay Area's local union construction trades
Pocket Fire, Zero Percent Contained, Burns Near GeyservilleLate Thursday evening, the fire was still zero percent contained and has burned more than 8,400 acres.
How Caltrain Electrification Project Got Off The GroundAgainst formidable resistance from a GOP Congress and president, the Caltrain electrification project somehow managed to survive. At Friday's groundbreaking ceremony in Millbrae, Bay Area political leaders revealed how.
San Francisco Supervisors Weigh Pay Parity LawOfficials in San Francisco on Tuesday considered a law that would ban employers from asking about an applicant's salary history.
KPIX Analyst Melissa Caen Breaks Down The DebatePolitical Analyst Melissa Caen rates the winning and losing moments from the first Presidential Debate