California has the largest Native American population in the country. Which 2020 candidates are reaching them?
REDDING, Calif. – Donna Cawker isn't picky. The 71-year-old member of the Pit River tribe in California just wants a Democratic candidate who can win the general election. After initially supporting Sen.
San Francisco mayor, London Breed declared a local emergency Tuesday amidst a potential coronavirus outbreak in the area, even though the city has no reported cases of the virus. “Although there are still
Decades after footage was shot, son helps father finish film documenting history of Chinese American activism
The Rev. Harry Chuck’s grandparents immigrated to San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late 1800s. His mother was born there in 1900 and lived her whole life in the community. Chuck, 84, lived there and was
San Francisco's mayor has declared a state of emergency in the city over the coronavirus outbreak. Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday afternoon that while there haven't been any confirmed cases of the
There was a time when a beer aficionado would make themselves known by their reaction to a brew presented in a can, as an upturned nose and an “I’ll pass” often followed. It’s a debate that’s raged since
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., made a visit to San Francisco’s Chinatown on Monday to assuage concerns about the coronavirus as tourism to the city’s famed neighborhood has declined in recent weeks.
For more than 10 years, Beijing Restaurant has blessed San Francisco’s Excelsior neighborhood with its dough-based Northern Chinese cuisine — with hand-made noodles, meat-stuffed pancakes, and a selection
Ten miles north of Monterey and a world away from Santa Cruz, Bruce Delgado gazed up a towering sand dune. Careful not to step on the beach buckwheat that protects rare butterflies or the sea lettuce survives
California students who sued the state because they can’t read just won $53 million for troubled schools
The settlement also provides $3 million to install a statewide literacy leader. This was the first civil rights case brought under a state constitution to establish a right of access to literacy, according
A big, old bear wandered a Los Angeles foothill suburb Friday, drawing curious onlookers and news media before wildlife authorities removed it. The bear sluggishly ambled along streets and into backyards
Dry February sends California back to drought: 'This hasn't happened in 150 years' | California | The Guardian
Dry February sends California back to drought: ‘This hasn’t happened in 150 years’ February is typically one of the wettest months in California, but the state is parched, and there’s no moisture in the
Bakers of Paris, one of the largest wholesale bakeries in the city, plans to close on Friday, March 20, Hoodline reported first. In a letter that went out to customers on Monday, February 17, the owners
A Palo Alto couple who rented a vacation home in Northern California on Feb. 14, mysteriously disappeared. Carol Kiparsky, 77, and Ian Irwin, 72, were last seen a week ago at their cottage getaway on de
With a history that goes back well over 100 years, San Francisco’s Japantown neighborhood has been a regional hub for the Bay Area’s Japanese American community — a place to go to buy hard-to-find imported