Leland Yee introduces plan that can save taxpayers millions

The state senator introduced legislation that his office said could save taxpayers millions of dollars by requiring public agencies to seek competitive bids for energy-related projects. State law currently exempts solar and other energy projects from competitive-bidding requirements, Yee’s office said, meaning schools and other public agencies might be wasting millions of dollars by only considering one bid on such projects.

Caltrain seeks $260 million to complete electrification

State budget surplus eyed to finish transformative rail project

Savoring the Warriors’ remarkable run: Five lessons learned

Every postseason tells a different story. This one might be a fairy tale

Warriors routed on a tragic Tuesday in Texas

Mass shooting looms over Game 4, Golden State will try to clinch Thursday at home