Half of the new houses in California are being faced with lawsuits. An expert explains why so many cases are coming up and how it’s affecting the real estate market.
A major airline operator is closing its base of operations in the Bay Area. We’ll hear what the employees are facing and what they’re trying to do about it.
The state college system is considering whether to require four total years of math and science for applicants. But recent signals suggest they plan to keep things the way they are, at the current required number.
A Northern California zoo has adopted a rare kind of pig-like animal. We’ll hear from the caretakers on what it means to house and protect an endangered species.