Several members of the Bay Area’s Democratic Congressional delegation will be joining more than 50 of their colleagues in avoiding Friday’s inauguration of Donald Trump.
A Concord couple remains scared after someone planted about 50 American flags in their front lawn and then tore the electric meter off their home.
I laid my two-year-old son, Ty, next to be comforted by his little snores as I watched state after state turn red on Election Night.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom today celebrated the passage of state ballot measures he backed legalizing recreational marijuana use and imposing new gun controls. Speaking at …
Tear gas was deployed in Oakland Wednesday night where an anti-Trump demonstration has been declared an unlawful assembly.
BART’s 3.5 billion bond measure is holding on to the required combined two-thirds approval in the transit district’s three Bay Area counties.
Several dozen protesters are marching in Oakland early Wednesday morning following the election of Republican candidate Donald Trump as the next president.
A longtime South Bay congressional leader is losing his seat to a newcomer in their second contest against each other.
Voters deemed a three-quarters cent sales tax bump too steep a cost for increased transit and homeless services.
A record 19.4 million Californians are registered to vote in Tuesday’s general election, up from 18.2 million in 2012.
An urgency ordinance passed Tuesday by the San Jose City Council will prohibit recreational marijuana use ahead of the Nov. 8 election.
With the upcoming Nov. 8 general election just two weeks away, more than half a million Californians registered to vote online within 48 hours leading up to Monday’s deadline.
Monday is the last day for Bay Area residents and Californians in general to register to vote for the Nov. 8 General Election.
Santa Clara County leaders spoke out against national rhetoric alleging election-rigging and voter fraud that they said won’t happen at polling places.
Tens of thousands of Solano County voters will receive replacement materials after errors were discovered in their vote-by-mail and sample ballots.
Labor, tenant and faith groups rallied at Glide Memorial in opposition to ballot measures they said could reduce the amount of affordable housing in San Francisco.
The San Francisco Department of Public Works is planning to remove a life-sized statue of a naked Donald Trump.
Two measures intended to create police reform will go before San Francisco voters in November.
A pair of measures intended to ensure police accountability may be voted on by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors during a special meeting Thursday.
A stubbornly split Board of Supervisors split repeatedly along factional lines Tuesday.