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Monday, Jul 22, 2013 -- 7:18 PM

Bayview Homeless Shelter Hits Opposition

By Katrina Schwartz

A proposed homeless shelter in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood may be in jeopardy, as neighbors oppose a zoning change.

Monday, Jul 22, 2013 -- 6:28 PM

San Jose's Pension Cuts Land in Court

By Peter Jon Shuler

A lawsuit challenges Measure B, the city's voter-approved plan to make changes to retirement benefits it previously agreed to in negotiations.

Monday, Jul 22, 2013 -- 5:44 PM

Vallejo City Council Candidate Wants to Use Eminent Domain to Help Homeowners

By KQED News Staff and Wires

A Vallejo city council candidate hopes to use city's power of eminent domain to bail out thousands of homeowners who are underwater.

Monday, Jul 22, 2013 -- 7:28 AM

Muni Plans to Share the Road with Shuttles

By Peter Jon Shuler

San Francisco's Muni is refining a plan to share the roads with commuter buses shuttling tech workers to firms like Facebook, Google and Genentech.

Friday, Jul 19, 2013 -- 7:01 PM

San Jose State Suspends Online Courses

By Katrina Schwartz

San Jose State University is suspending its new online courses after preliminary data revealed that fewer than half the students passed their classes.

Friday, Jul 19, 2013 -- 5:39 PM

A Soaring Photographic Tribute to S.F. Bay Bridges and Those Who Built Them

By KQED News Staff and Wires

Oakland Museum exhibit features work by Peter Stackpole, who captured close-up views of the Golden Gate and S.F-Oakland Bay Bridge as they were built.

Friday, Jul 19, 2013 -- 7:07 AM

San Jose Gets $200,000 NEA Grant for Downtown Arts District

By Peter Jon Shuler

San Jose is getting a federal grant to create an arts and culture district downtown.

Thursday, Jul 18, 2013 -- 8:39 PM

Tech Titans Join Forces on Internet Surveillance

By Peter Jon Shuler

More than 60 technology firms and other groups are urging the federal government to let companies disclose Patriot Act data requests.

Thursday, Jul 18, 2013 -- 5:47 PM

East Oakland Youth Center Encourages Dialogue

By KQED News Staff and Wires

Youth UpRising provides job services, leadership training, recreation, and a forum to talk about issues like racial profiling and gang violence.

Wednesday, Jul 17, 2013 -- 5:55 PM

California Prison Hunger Strike Continues

By KQED News Staff and Wires

More than 2,000 California inmates remain on hunger strike, more than a week after they began refusing food.

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