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Breaking news: Bay Area Panthers and KPIX CBS Bay Area announce new broadcast agreement
The partnership will also include “Panthers Preview” This story is based on a March 21, 2023 press release from the Bay Area Panthers By Staff Report The Bay Area Panthers and KPIX CBS Bay Area a...
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Palo Alto Can’t Crack Down on Leaded Fuel, Airport Noise
The Federal Aviation Administration won't allow the Palo Alto City Council to address issues a the Palo Alto Airport.
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Biden Proposes Big Boost to Silicon Valley BART
The Biden administration included a major gift to the Bay Area in its federal budget proposal: $500 million to build BART through San Jose.
California lawmakers are exploring ways to reconnect urban neighborhoods torn asunder during the interstate highway construction boom of the 1950s and ’60s.
California's bullet train project is still lacking enough money to complete its initial segment in the San Joaquin Valley, much less financing for a statewide system.
Starting Jan. 1, California law will again require drivers 70 and older to renew their license in person at a DMV office.
The money was included in the $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill signed Dec. 22 by President Joe Biden, ensuring funding of the military and government agencies until next September.
As California and the nation narrowly averted the first railroad strike in 30 years, here's a look at how damaging rail strikes have happened before, from the 19th century to today.
The Vision Zero program sets a goal for California cities to eliminate traffic fatalities, but almost a decade into the effort, the goal remains distant, and horrific tragedies on the road continue to stack up.
For half a century, this group has reduced waste, reimagined local transportation and redesigned buildings. It’s all part of Ecology Action’s quest for sustainability.
Putting more electric trucks and buses on California roads will improve air quality and grow local jobs. But for many fleets, the transition to electric will require innovative policy and finance solutions to get the job done on pace with …
The Luchessa Avenue Bridge is expected to reopen by Aug. 9 after a month-long closure, but more detours will be in place throughout the month as crews continue work on a water pipeline project. More closures on West Luchessa Avenue …
Crews have been stationed inside the currently dry Uvas Creek alongside Christmas Hill Park for the past few weeks, adding redwood logs and gravel along three sites, with the hope that when the water flows again, fish will have a …