Mavericks is on for tomorrow. While organizers are saying you’ll get a better (and safer) view by watching on TV parking will be available for $20 at the Half Moon Bay Airport.
With another flu related death in San Mateo County, the Bay Area toll from this flu season is now 27.
Remember that San Mateo County Sheriff’s Deputy who stole a trumpet back in 2012? Well, he copped a plea for 60 days in jail and a pinky swear that he’ll stay away from drugs and alcohol.
Congresswoman Jackie Speier is the tip of the…spear in the fight to extend unemployment benefits. She has pledged to continue trying.
The Chron’s Joe Garafoli reports on Day 2 of the Neel Cash & Carry campaign for Governor and it was a rocky one. Neel tries to explain why he missed so many elections and reveals that he did not know about absentee voting, like the 70% or 80% of us who will vote absentee in June. The video snippets of his Q and A with reporters is a primer for how not to answer questions.
Another clip in this story shows Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, the other sacrificial GOP lamb in the race to try and replace Gov. Brown actually use the name the Fetch coined for Neel yesterday, Cash & Carry. Donnelly then goes on to rip his opponent for the bank bailout he orchestrated.
Hillary Clinton’s California visit in April is starting to flesh out with stops in San Francisco, San Jose and San Diego. Can you say “Tech Money”? Her stop in SJ will feature a speech as part of the Unique Lives & Experiences speaker series held at San Jose State. More info in this CNN report.
Not all Congressional Republicans are opposed to a path to citizenship for the millions of undocumented citizens in the US. Politico reports that third-ranking Reep in the House, Kevin McCarthy, backs a path to legal status. Well, who’d of thunk?
Maybe the over $60 million spent on lobbying back in DC by tech giants Google, Facebook, Apple, and Yahoo have paid off. The SV Biz Journal has the skinny on the big money being thrown around our nations capitol.
Governor Brown patted himself and the legislature on the back for bringing Cali a budget surplus and warned legislators not to go on a spending spree. His State of the State address detailed accomplishments and outlined where he wants the state to go over the next year.
If you want to watch the 15-minute address, that the Sac Bee’s Dan Walters called clunky, go here.
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