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Al Jazeera America says a sealed federal affidavit claims State Sen. Ronald Calderon accepted more than $60,000 in bribes from an undercover FBI agent.
Oakland city council tentatively approves a new map that could switch thousands of residents to new voting districts.
Chronicle Managing Editor Audrey Cooper tells Politico: “Make no mistake, Redskin is a slur.”
Salmonella contamination may have spread after the meat was tested at processing plant.
Advocates for Measure C want a safe environment; opponents say it will lead to legal battles with NRA.
Pension obligation bonds issued by Richmond, Oakland, other cities have proved to be a financial drain.
Town struggles to balance desire for quiet with needs of gardeners and resistance to new regulations.
Archaeologists with the rail project hunt for artifacts that might be disturbed during construction.
County health experts see an alarming downward trend in childhood immunizations.
A host of Bay Area transit agencies have taken steps to take up the slack while BART is shut down.