Trump Slams California as Nation's Hub of Homelessness; Numbers Back Him UpThe president told supporters at a rally that California has half of the homeless in the country. KPIX political reporter Melissa Caen checked his numbers.
Wildlife Deaths From Rat Poison Remain A Concern As Rat Population Grows In California CitiesCalifornia finds itself in a dilemma over what to do about the abundance of rat poison found in the vast majority of wildlife predators, as the rat population continues to grow in cities across the state.
Warriors Coach Steve Kerr Demands Congress Take Action On Trump TweetsGolden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr has joined the voices condemning a flurry of tweets from President Donald Trump, targeting four Democratic Congresswomen.
San Mateo Legislator Proposes New Rules for Political Advocacy AdvertisingProposed legislation would require groups spending more than $10,000 a year on "issue advocacy ads" about pending legislation or regulation to identify themselves and major funders.
Berkeley City Council Considers Natural Gas Ban In Residential BuildingsA commonplace kitchen appliance that chef's swear by might be phased out in some buildings in Berkeley.
'A Leader Will Emerge'; Congressman Eric Swalwell Drops Out Of Presidential Race East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell dropped out of the 2020 race for the White House Monday, saying whoever emerges from the crowded field of Democratic candidates to challenge President Trump will have to "be able to take a punch, throw a punch."
Santa Rosa Presses On With Plan To Remove Homeless EncampmentsLike so many Bay Area cities, Santa Santa Rosa is grappling with more and more people living on the streets. Amid protests, the city has cleared several homeless encampments. Now more are slated for July.
Federal Judge in San Francisco Allows Delay in 'Conscience' Rule on AbortionThe Trump administration has agreed to postpone implementing a rule allowing medical workers to decline performing abortions or other treatments on moral or religious grounds while the so-called "conscience" rule is challenged in a California court.
At S.F.'s Democratic Haven Manny's Cafe, Harris Was Debate FavoriteHundreds of people gathered at Manny’s Cafe in San Francisco's Mission District Thursday to watch the second night of Democratic candidates for president debate.
Harris Confronts Biden Over Civil Rights History in Fiery Democratic DebateThe Democratic Party's early front-runner, former vice president Joe Biden, was forced to defend his record on race in the face of tough questions from California Sen. Kamala Harris.
Politicians' Tweets Could Get Slapped With Warning LabelsPresidents and other world leaders and political figures who use Twitter to threaten or abuse others could find their tweets slapped with warning labels.
Kaiser Unveils Plan For Massive National Headquarters 'Thrive Center' In OaklandKaiser unveiled the plans for its massive new national headquarters the Thrive Center, on Monday.
CA Lawmakers Want To Give A Million Convicts Who Served Time Clean RecordsCalifornia Democratic lawmakers are considering two bills that would automatically erase the records of convicts who have served their time.
Roof Of Historic San Jose Diridon Train Station In Sad State Of DisrepairThe Diridon train station in San Jose is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, but if it is so historic, then why is it so hard to keep the roof fixed?
Poll Shows Californians Rate Trump's Job Performance Above State Lawmakers'A surprising new poll shows more Californians approve of President Trump than the Democratic-controlled state legislature.