The Alameda-based Stratton just returned to the Bay Area after a 104-day patrol that also included enforcement of fisheries regulations in Alaska.
The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to waive fees on accessory dwelling units to ease a housing shortage crisis, county officials said.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved temporary limits on indoor agricultural enterprises – namely marijuana growing operations.
About 300 taxi drivers have stopped working at Mineta San Jose International Airport Monday and are calling for more regulations to ride-booking services.
Monday morning showers across the Bay Area has slowed traffic at SFO and knocked out power to thousands of PG&E customers.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has strengthened its wood burning regulations, including prohibiting wood burning devices from being installed in new buildings.
Transportation network companies will be able to pick up passengers at Mineta San Jose International Airport under a pilot program approved by the San Jose City Council.
A taxi protest Monday clogged up airport traffic as taxis circled the terminals.
Food trucks in The City will now have to stay further away from brick-and-mortar restaurants.