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Bay Bridge taking its toll on tolls

While anxious commuters wait for Caltrans to reopen the Bay Bridge, the state may be losing nearly $450,000 a day from the loss of tolls on the bridge, according to the most recent report

Illegal pot farms aren't very green

Illegal marijuana farms in Mendocino County and other remote regions of the state have been diverting millions of gallons of water and causing major environmental havoc according to a recent

No resolution on immigrant youth sanctuary policy

Immigrant rights groups are lashing out at Mayor Gavin Newsom after he refused to honor approved legislation meant to delay immigration authorities' involvement in criminal cases involving undocu

New York Times in Bay Area reverses media 'disinvestment'

The New York Times Friday debuted a Bay Area section that will appear every Friday and Sunday in Northern California print editions, reaching as far north as the Or

Public health to suffer further whittling from state cuts

Public health in San Francisco once again will be on the chopping block — with the city’s emergency rooms and substance-abuse treatment programs being trimmed by $2.25 million resulting

UC fees to rise by additional $2,500 within the year

The cost to attend the University of California could skyrocket by more than

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