San Francisco voters in June of next year could decide on a $400 million general obligation bond measure to improve The City’s transit system’s infrastructure.
The Concord City Council will redraft an anti-tenant harassment ordinance after tenants rights groups expressed deep disappointment.
A wave of fraud in the Department of Building Inspection will bring a suite of reforms before #SanFrancisco voters in 2022.
Six men have been arrested and charged with hate crime enhancements for allegedly targeting Asian females.
Privacy advocates are raising flags over license plate readers and vehicle recognition cameras that may be coming to Oakland.
Caltrans will keep closed a portion of Highway 1 longer than anticipated to clear rock slides near Big Sur.