All Bay, All Day
Unemployment rates in the Bay Area were among the lowest in the state in March indicating the region is at full employment.
Francisco has reached an ambitious goal to reduce greenhouse gases locally two years ahead of schedule.
Minimum wage workers in three of the Bay Area's largest cities are set to get a raise in the New Year.
Oakland's minimum wage is set to rise 31 cents starting Sunday.
The San Francisco Bay Area's Peninsula region is short tens of thousands of housing units because of strong job and population growth over the last nine years.
All of the Bay Area's nine counties had unemployment rates last month below the state average.
Bay Area home sales dropped last month to their lowest level for a January in the last seven years.
A $5 billion trim of the food stamps program took effect Friday, punching family-sized holes in the social safety net.
New claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected to their lowest level since 2008.
The Bay Area — specifically the East Bay — is leading the way as the national housing market rebounds.
Tens of thousands of workers will be getting raises after the state reached a tentative deal with its largest employee union.
While numerous California cities have been hit hard by the effects of the recession, the Bay Area seems to be bouncing back just fine.
A report released Tuesday indicates that Silicon Valley is not only returning, but exceeding the heyday of dot-com boom job growth.
Santa Clara County currently ranks as the nation's strongest job market, with San Francisco right behind it in job growth.
You want a smack in the face? Like, Dave-Chapelle-in-Rick-James-garb slap in the face? I’m pretty sure recent gas prices achieve that.
With a lower unemployment rate and better job growth, Texas is scoring while California can't seem to move the ball.
Kink-oriented coffee shop Wicked Grounds is back from the compost pile, having reopened last month after emerging from bankruptcy.
Was 2011 a good year? Too soon to tell. But the 2011 crop is down from record volume levels in 2010.
California's economy has taken a hit lately, enough to drop it behind an up-and-coming country on the world economic rankings.