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Records suggest that the city can hit Ed Lee’s stated goal of 30,000 new units by 2020 quite easily.
Los Angeles-area lawmaker wants to restore racial preferences for students applying to state’s colleges.
Sit-in demonstrators want resignation of special trustee and end of student payment plan.
Six years after voters passed the California Green Chemistry Initiative, the state lays out its plan to get toxic products off shelves. …read more
A group of South Berkeley neighbors and business owners campaigned to stop the coffee juggernaut.
The West Berkeley firm, in operation for 80 years, hopes to avoid layoffs as it reorganizes debt.
Five-alarm blaze guts sprawling apartment complex under construction near UCSF campus and AT&T Park.
Equity Residential considers an ordinance to enhance tenant rights in violation of state law.
Rebuilt port, recovering from damage spawned by Japan’s 2011 quake, now ready for big waves. Read more. …