Friday 2/37:46 pm
By SFBay Wires
Nine companies providing subsidized internet access to low-income customers have been told by the Federal Communications Commission they are no longer allowed to provide their service.
Thursday 1/283:23 pm
By Jeff Shuttleworth
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf announced Thursday an ambitious effort to triple the number of low-income college graduates coming out of the city’s public schools.
Speaking at a ceremony at Oakland High School attended by several hundred students and community members…
Tuesday 5/129:35 am
By Scott Morris
A new mobile app will help first responders on Bay Area highways share information more quickly and shorten highway closure times, Caltrans and Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission officials said Monday.
Caltrans maintenance crews and dispatchers tested the app…
Tuesday 2/1711:05 am
By Dave Brooksher
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon last week released statistics showing a recent decline in smartphone thefts and robberies that he attributed to the implementation of kill-switch technology that allows victims to deactivate their stolen phones.
San Francisco recorded a…
Saturday 2/78:48 am
By Jeff Burbank
A former Stanford University student has filed a federal lawsuit claiming a Silicon Valley executive sexually assaulted her during their one-year relationship, but the executive in a countersuit has denied the allegations and alleged the lawsuit was motivated by a desire to defame him and ruin his reputation.