Anna Werner reports on Gavin Newsom and Nevada Governor call for federal aid in wildfire zones (7-28-2021)
Newsom Tours Tamarack Fire's Destructive PathAnna Werner reports on Gavin Newsom and Nevada Governor call for federal aid in wildfire zones (7-28-2021)
Judge Overturns Decision To Cover Up SF School Mural Depicting Washington, Slavery, Native AmericansA judge overturned a decision to cover a SF school mural depicting George Washington, enslaved Blacks and slain Native Americans. Betty Yu talked to a former teacher at the school.
COVID Vaccine: SF's Employee Vaccination Mandate Is Not First In U.S.San Francisco will become the first city in California to require new employees be vaccinated. The rule takes effect on Wednesday, and while not everyone agrees with the mandate, Wilson Walker reports this isn't the first time Americans have been told to get a vaccine.
Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Slams Newsom on CrimeKenny Choi reports on Republican recall candidate Kevin Faulconer criticizes Newsom during Bay Area campaign stop (7-27-2021)
Business Owners Speak Out On Plan For Urban Village In SJ's Little Portugal NeighborhoodDevelopers have unveiled an ambitious plan for the next phase of San Jose's future BART station in the Little Portugal neighborhood. Len Ramirez talked to some business owners concerned about the impact of the proposed urban village.
Fmr. CA Senator Barbara Boxer Robbed, Assaulted In Oakland's Jack London SquareFormer California Senator Barbara Boxer was assaulted and robbed near Oakland’s Jack London Square Monday. Da Lin reports. (7/26/21)
Negotiations Continue on Bipartisan Infrastructure BillSkyler Henry reports on senators finalizing deal in Washington. (7-26-2021)
Senate Republicans Block Efforts to Begin Debate on Infrastructure DealNatalie Brand reports on Republican senators opposing procedural vote on infrastructure deal (7-21-2021)
Newsom Signs Bill Aimed at Cracking Down on Organized Retail TheftKenny Choi reports on Gov. Gavin Newsom signing a new bill aimed at expanding law enforcement focus on organized retail theft (7-21-2021)
A's Future Uncertain After Much-Anticipated City Council VoteThe battle over the future of the Oakland A's shows no signs of letting up in the wake of a highly anticipated vote on Tuesday. Andrea Nakano reports on where the city and the team go from here.
Sonoma County Consolidates Fire Services To Boost EfficiencySonoma County plans to consolidate its firefighting services in an effort to make things more efficient. Brian Hackney explains the details of the plan.
Despite City Council Approval, A's and Oakland Far Apart on Stadium PlanTeam coverage of the Oakland City Council voting to approve an amended term sheet for the A's Howard Terminal stadium plan (7-20-2021)
A's and Oakland City Officials Seem At Impasse Ahead of Howard Terminal Stadium VoteJustin Andrews reports on the special Oakland City Council meeting to discuss A's Howard Terminal Stadium plan and vote on moving forward (9-20-2021)
Oakland Lawmakers To Vote On Future Of A's BallparkIn a matter of hours, Oakland lawmakers will vote to determine the future of the A's in that city. Betty Yu tells us that both sides are still at odds on many issues.
Newsom, Pelosi Respond to Texas Judge’s Ruling to Halt DACAAdvocates are calling on Congress and President Biden to act quickly after a federal judge in Texas ordered the end to an Obama-era program known as DACA that protects them from deportation. Betty Yu reports. (7-16-21)
Push for Voting Rights Gains MomentumLawmakers representing several states converged on Washington Friday. They're determined to keep the focus on their stand against states' attempts to pass controversial voting measures. Natalie Brand reports. (7-16-21)
State Allocates Funds to Combat Asian HateJustin Andrews reports on California allocating funds to fight acts of Asian hate and to help victims of attacks and harassment (7-16-2021)
2 Bay Area Men Indicted for Planning to Firebomb Democratic Headquarters in SacramentoTwo Bay Area men were indicted in San Francisco federal court Thursday, charged with conspiring to firebomb John L. Burton Democratic headquarters in Sacramento after the 2020 presidential election, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-15-21)
Mountain View Faces Lawsuit Over RV Parking BanThe city of Mountain View is facing a federal lawsuit alleging a voter-approved measure which places new restrictions on where people living in RVs can park their vehicles is unconstitutional and inhumane. Devin Fehely reports. (7/14/21)
A's Stadium Battle: Team, Howard Terminal Critics Dig In As Crucial Vote NearsWhile the Oakland City Council will decide next week whether to approve a deal on a proposed new ballpark for the A's at Howard Terminal, opponents of the plan spoke out Wednesday and the team's president issued an ominous warning. John Ramos reports. (7/14/21)
SF Supes Vote To Make Parklets PermanentThose parklets pandemic-era parklets that popped up all over San Francisco are apparently here to stay. Betty Yu has some reactions to the change in the cityscape.
Team In Marathon Negotiations Ahead Of Vote To Decide Fate Of Oakland A'sIn just a week, Oakland lawmakers will vote on the future of the A's. Andrea Nakano tells us the team is in marathon negotiations to get the deal done.
SF Supes Vote To Make Parklets Permanent For Outdoor Dining, DrinkingThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to make outdoor parklets at restaurants and bars permanent. Kenny Choi reports not everyone is happy about the change in the cityscape.
Controversial Tassajara Parks Subdivision Near Danville Approved; Water Questions RemainContra Costa County Supervisors voted Tuesday to allow a controversial housing development near Danville. But questions remain about how water will be supplied to the nearly 130 homes that would be built. John Ramos reports. (7/13/21)