Posts Tagged ‘Bay Area’
The “world’s largest” recycler of metals and electronics just got caught in a multi-million undercover sting.
Winds overnight and in the early morning have left thousands of customers without power.
While numerous California cities have been hit hard by the effects of the recession, the Bay Area seems to be bouncing back just fine.
Bay Area residents eagerly anticipating the walk across the Bay Bridge on Labor Day weekend might be a little less excited to find out that the celebratory walk ain’t free.
A new Field Poll indicates 64 percent of Golden State residents support legal action to save the planet.
The weather service predicts a winter storm hitting the Bay could bring snow. The East Coast rolls its eyes in response.
A new poll indicates a growing sea change in how Californians feel about immigration.
New research shows that the Bay Area is among four regions in California with higher than average rates of breast cancer.
A new study shows the Bay Area ranks No. 15 on a list of the top 25 metro regions with the best air quality.
Protesters plan to gather outside the San Jose Chick-fil-A for its grand opening this afternoon to educate patrons about gay rights.
A new Bay Area-themed 18-hole mini golf course in Alameda lets you hit your ball over the Golden Gate Bridge.
A new idea to tax Bay Area drivers on a per-mile basis would be the first in the nation — if it doesn’t get run off the road first.
They won’t smell any better. But both BART and Muni will cost more to ride starting in July.
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