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Newsom signs several laws to protect animal welfare

Newsom signs several laws to protect animal welfare

The bills will enact several protections, including reducing toxicological testing and helping unhoused people get emotional support dogs
Federal grant will help pay rent for 15 foster youth in San Mateo County

Federal grant will help pay rent for 15 foster youth in San Mateo County

The grant will provide will provide housing assistance to 15 young adults at risk of becoming homeless
Gov. Newsom signs bill addressing state's wild pig problem

Gov. Newsom signs bill addressing state's wild pig problem

Senate Bill 856 will loosen regulations and lower hunting fees for killing the wild pigs,
Hog Wild: Forum looks at California's problem of wild pigs, possible solutions

Hog Wild: Forum looks at California's problem of wild pigs, possible solutions

SB 856 would loosen regulations and lower hunting fees for killing the feral hogs, including allowing someone to kill an unlimited number of pigs
Off-campus bites: 16 budget-friendly restaurants near Peninsula colleges

Off-campus bites: 16 budget-friendly restaurants near Peninsula colleges

From Skyline to Stanford, we’ve compiled a list of affordable eats near campus – just in time for the new school year.
'Pod house' found in violation of several city building codes

'Pod house' found in violation of several city building codes

Wiring issues, unpermitted remodeling and other concerns result in a notice of violation at the shared-housing residence in Palo Alto
San Mateo County seeking poll workers, pay starts at $22

San Mateo County seeking poll workers, pay starts at $22

The County of San Mateo is hiring numerous positions to assist with the Nov. 8 election.
San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa urges state to investigate Sutter's public closure of therapy pool

San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa urges state to investigate Sutter's public closure of therapy pool

Canepa is alleging that the health care provider is misusing the $853 million federal funds it received from the CARES Act
U.S. Justice Department launches COVID-19 fraud strike force groups

U.S. Justice Department launches COVID-19 fraud strike force groups

Becker bills to boost clean-energy shift signed into law

Becker bills to boost clean-energy shift signed into law

Legislation to bring all state agencies to 'net zero' emissions by 2035 among dozens of climate change bills signed by Newsom