Not long after a federal court issued its order, Kris Perry and Sandy Stier were married at City Hall.
Following numerous complaints from residents, legislation has been introduced to ban any new bars on Polk Street.
The Supreme Court tackles the Defense of Marriage Act on the second day of same-sex marriage hearings.
Legislation to outlaw hollow-point ammunition and stiffen reporting is headed to the full Board of Supervisors.
A newly proposed bill would require universities to have polling places available on campus.
Firefighters stumbled upon hundreds of marijuana plants while putting out a garage fire in San Jose.
Former social activist and Vanguard Foundation CEO Hari Dillon was sentenced to prison this week for embezzling $2.5 million.
As it turns out, the yellow pages clogging up your front door are two pounds of bound and printed free speech.
Fracking rules floated in California do little to allay concerns of residents and environmental groups.
The world will hear on Friday what the Supreme Court thinks of Prop 8. The City of San Francisco wants to hear a bit sooner.
City supervisor Scott Wiener is trying to curb a rise in public nudity in The City with new legislation.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills that make it illegal for employers and colleges to demand access to our social media.
The City paid $2,000 in hotel charges for a boastful prostitute who sunk her own chances to convict her accused pimp.
Maybe another expensive payout for jacking up working journalists will teach local police not to infringe on the freedom of the press.
Victims of anti-gay bullying have a new law on their side to protect them from harassment.
Just one day into the statewide foie gras ban, liver lovers have located loopholes in the legislation.
An overzealous 95-year-old California law that banned false statements about a bank’s financial condition has been tossed.
Underage drinking on the property of a homeowner in San Jose could now yield some steep fines.
Groups are rushing to gather enough signatures to recall Oakland Mayor Jean Quan before their deadline approaches.
When it comes to another dollar in taxes on a pack of cigarettes, supporters and opponents are making their voices heard.
The state assembly has unanimously passed a bill cracking down on new forms of cyber bullying.
Even the fanciest restaurants can’t beat a home-cooked meal. A new bill could make it easier to buy foods made with love from “cottage food vendors.”
UC Berkeley, you’ve been put on notice: Protesters are demanding changes to your admission policies.
Should local governments be able to restrict gun shows? The answer may rest with the U.S. Supreme Court.
In true Orwellian fashion, Berkeley police chief Michael Meehan sent an officer to get a change on a story he didn’t like.
A recent protest has shown that the Prop. 8 decision is not the end of the debate over gay marriage.