Hundreds of thousands of San Francisco Bay Area commuters got at least a temporary reprieve from a massive transit strike when Gov. Jerry Brown intervened in a labor contract dispute.
Two transit unions issued a 72-hour strike notice, alerting the more than 400,000 San Francisco Bay area commuters that the system could be shut down during Monday’s commute if labor issues aren’t resolved.
It seems parking spots aren’t immune from the recent surge in San Francisco real estate prices.
Gov. Jerry Brown and the Legislature’s Democratic leaders moved close to a state budget deal Monday that is expected to revamp education funding and begin restoring some of the social services cut during the recession.
A local man is getting a big gift from a fast food restaurant. At around noon, El Pollo Loco franchise owner Rafael Armenta Jr. is meeting with a man whose money was stolen in the restaurant’s parking lot.
With more than half a billion dollars up for grabs, Americans are once again having big jackpot dreams. The line at Lichini’s Liquor and Deli in Sacramento wraps around the store, and it’s been that way the entire afternoon, with 10 to 15-minute wait to get up to the counter.
Dozens of people stood outside a local Walmart today protesting what they call the “Walmart loophole” that has taxpayers footing the bill for the employee’s health care.
A man was robbed at knifepoint Wednesday afternoon of his wallet at a Woodland apartment complex.
An attorney for Michael Jackson’s mother says AEG Live owed it to the pop superstar to properly investigate the doctor held criminally responsible for his death.
For one wealth manager, the road to financial independence starts with education.
The bomb threats that were called into two Tracy high schools in March will cost the district more than $100,000.
The state charges extra for special license plates, but is the money ending up where it should? The problem came to light after an Associated Press investigation showed a state audit has unearthed a slew of problems with the plates.