It used to be that Las Vegas was Disneyland for adults. But on a second look, Disneyland — located in Anaheim, about 30 miles south of Los Angeles — has really begun to cater to adults. Read More
When Carly Fiorina made fun of Barbara Boxer’s hair this week, female bloggers, pundits, and Read More
San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris has won the Democratic primary for state attorney general.
Harris will face Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley in the general election in November to replace Democrat Jerry Brown, who is running for governor.
Harris beat Facebook executive Chris Kelly and five other candidates Tuesday. Kelly had sunk more than $12 million into the campaign. Read More
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom has won the Democratic primary for California lieutenant governor.
Newsom beat Los Angeles City Councilwoman Janice Hahn on Tuesday to face the top Republican in November.
Newsom had touted his small business background and leadership on gay rights and universal health care.
The 42-year-old Newsom sought to appeal to young voters. Read More
San Francisco school chief Carlos Garcia has been skeptical in the past about accepting federal money if it means that city schools would have to adhere to prescriptive federal reform measures. Read More
The striking headline: DOW 28,000,000.
Today’s Wall Street Journal looks behind the faces of California’s six-figure retirees and finds numbers that should really freak you out. Read More
How deep the state cuts will run through San Francisco’s budget is being analyzed after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger released the May revise last week, showing a much more bleak picture with deep cuts to welfare.
“We are drilling down on each department,” Newsom said. “It’s really bad.” Read More
An agency that brings jobs, commerce and affordable housing to San Francisco’s most disadvantaged neighborhoods sent a $28.8 million check to help California balance its budget. Read More
It's no longer a secret that businesses are leaving California in droves. That includes aerospace. The beleaguered state - once touted as a progressive, forward-thinking policy trailblazer - has raised its taxes and spent itself far away from any Utopia it once hoped to create. And California entrepreneurs aren't stupid. The sunshine is nice. But without the fertile soil, it's hard to thrive in a economic desert. Read More
With employment proving hard for some people to find, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission put out a call for candidates for 15 job vacancies listed on its website.
The city agency, which oversees power, water and wastewater, is searching for a cook, engineers, analysts, assistants, a typist and two managers to work in San Francisco and more far-flung parts of California. Read More