What makes people excited to register to vote? Perhaps, ice cream.
San Francisco voters who have already decided on how to vote for the upcoming election in November can already begin voting.
More battery-powered trucks are expected to enter the Port of Oakland’s fleet thanks to a new state grant, port officials said Tuesday.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed is setting new environmental goals in a effort to reduce The City’s greenhouse gas emissions.
San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell on Thursday unveiled his $11 billion budget for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 fiscal years.
The average price for regular unleaded gas in San Francisco is the highest in the Northern California, where the average price is just below the state average.
The minimum wage for workers in California is going up on New Year’s Day, though wages in at least some cities in the San Francisco Bay Area are already above the new mandate.
A bill that would allow local communities across California to extend alcohol sales hours past 2 a.m. is one step closer to becoming law.
Unemployment rates in the Bay Area were among the lowest in the state in March indicating the region is at full employment.
Francisco has reached an ambitious goal to reduce greenhouse gases locally two years ahead of schedule.
Minimum wage workers in three of the Bay Area’s largest cities are set to get a raise in the New Year.
Oakland’s minimum wage is set to rise 31 cents starting Sunday.
The San Francisco Bay Area’s Peninsula region is short tens of thousands of housing units because of strong job and population growth over the last nine years.
All of the Bay Area’s nine counties had unemployment rates last month below the state average.
Bay Area home sales dropped last month to their lowest level for a January in the last seven years.
A $5 billion trim of the food stamps program took effect Friday, punching family-sized holes in the social safety net.
New claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected to their lowest level since 2008.
The Bay Area — specifically the East Bay — is leading the way as the national housing market rebounds.
Tens of thousands of workers will be getting raises after the state reached a tentative deal with its largest employee union.
While numerous California cities have been hit hard by the effects of the recession, the Bay Area seems to be bouncing back just fine.