BART and city leaders recently took the first steps toward a mixed-use housing development on the station's parking lots, but there's still a long road ahead.
by Scott Morris | Mar 21, 2018
California already has the technology to convert to 100-percent renewable energy. But fossil fuel companies, utilities, and state regulators are still trying to keep an old, dirty industry alive.
by Alastair Bland | Mar 21, 2018
The rebranded running festival shortcuts its way through the Town.
by Beatrice Kilat | Mar 21, 2018
A measure on the June ballot would raise the sales tax by one-half percent and make Alameda County the first in the state to fund child care for low-income families.
by Jean Tepperman | Mar 21, 2018
Vaporizing cannabis has grown in popularity in recent years due to its convenience, discretion, and perceived health benefits. But there are safety concerns.
by Kathleen Richards | Mar 21, 2018
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by Robert Gammon | Mar 23, 2018
by Robert Gammon | Mar 22, 2018
Residents and civil liberties advocates expressed concerns that some of the camera data could be used by immigration agents.
by Darwin BondGraham | Mar 21, 2018
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by Robert Gammon | Mar 20, 2018
At home DNA-testing kits from AncestryDNA, 23andMe, Family Tree DNA, MyHeritage, and others look at heritage with sometimes interesting results. Careful what you ask for.
by Angela Hill | Mar 20, 2018
A longtime San Franciscan is sticking up for Oakland and criticizing the Dubs owners with Proposition I, an uncommonly critical measure that SF voters will consider this June.
by Chris De Benedetti | Mar 19, 2018
After a stillborn birth, East Bay nurses Christine Silcocks and Diane Strey were pushed out of their dream jobs. But they never gave up and want others to know they shouldn't either.
by Matthew Artz | Mar 19, 2018
A "vulture" hedge fund has been sucking the profits out of the East Bay Times and Mercury News for its other ventures. And local journalists want it to stop.
by Darwin BondGraham | Mar 14, 2018
A shopping plaza where the city and community partners have been trying to open a supermarket for more than a decade was sold in the fraud case against the former Tribune Tower owner.
by Scott Morris | Mar 14, 2018