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A brazen daytime shoplifting incident captured on video at a Walgreens in San Francisco on Monday has highlighted what local officials say has become a consistent problem, particularly for chain drug stores in the city.
Two months after an underwater power cable to the historic East Brother Light Station failed and cast doubt as to whether it could ever resume its role as a bed-and-breakfast, it is ready to open again and seeking innkeepers.
Board of Supervisors says it resents being asked at last minute to accept possible formation of financing district
US passport holders have more international travel options now than at any point during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A commercial complex at a choice site in downtown Los Gatos whose tenants include popular restaurants and shops has been bought by Bay Area investors.
What do homebuyers have to do to get a house in this cutthroat real estate market? Offer sellers a Caribbean vacation? Bid $1 million over the asking price? Pay a competing bidder hundreds of thousands of dollars to walk away?
The family behind Barfly, Inc., which ran Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill in Southern California before waging legal battle against Burbank and Los Angles County health officials for months, were barred from the property Tuesday.
The house sits on nearly 3 acres at the end of a cul-de-sac in the equestrian enclave's exclusive Ashley Ridge section.
Many questions still linger about ride capacity, masks for kids, character meet-and-greets, parkhopping, virtual queues, FastPasses and much more.
In its largest donation received to date, Cal State Fullerton announced today a $40 million "unrestricted" gift from billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott.