A federal appeals court refused Tuesday to reconsider its September decision to allow closure of Drakes Bay Oyster Co. farm on national seashore land, with
In a victory for handicapped students, the non-profit group that administers law school admission tests cannot flag exam results in which the test-taker received accommodation
A former forestry director for the Yurok Tribe was sentenced Monday to three years in prison for embezzling $850,000 from the Northern California tribe. U.S.
A former senior Oracle sales manager says in a federal lawsuit he was fired abruptly after he refused to offer Indian employees substantially lower salaries
Bazaarvoice Inc. violated federal antitrust law when it bought San Francisco rival PowerReviews Inc. in 2012 for $168.2 million, a federal judge ruled Friday in
California courts stopped hemorrhaging money in the 2014 budget, with a $105 million increase in Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget, released Thursday. But that wasn’t