Over the coming months KQED will bring you the facts and stories of the Bay Area housing crisis as part of a new series we’re calling ‘Priced Out.’
Both sides argue whether the luxe condo development will ensure more affordable housing in the future.
Officials say the state simply can’t afford to pay for operations at Yosemite and other national parks.
Obama names Haas School of Business professor after his first choice for key economic post bows out.
The city is marketing itself as the perfect laboratory for ag-tech innovations.
Fracking, raising the minimum wage, and driver’s licenses for immigrants top the list.
A new survey by Visa finds that kids today get an average of $3.70 per lost tooth — a whopping 23 percent jump over 2012′s rate.
We’re not surprised, but still. With a nod to England’s new royal infant, real estate listing service Redfin came out with the most expensive American cities for baby’s first year this week. San Jose ranked No.1, with a total cost of $41,600. Santa Cruz (2), San Francisco (4) and Santa Rosa (7) were close behind. […]
The City of Richmond is preparing to fight a lawsuit over its plans to save more than 600 homes with troubled mortgages by taking them through eminent domain. The law firm Ropes & Gray filed the suit in federal court in San Francisco Wednesday on behalf of Wells Fargo and Deutsche Bank, calling the city’s […]