Opinion: California is making historic progress in climate fight
We set new, ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and made climate-friendly solutions more affordable.
Letters: Coddling criminals | Undermining road | Tax dollars | Recount cost | Predicting climate
East Bay Times Letters to the Editor for Jan. 17, 2022
Letters: Reservoir room | Difference is obstruction | Empty offices | Non-native animals
East Bay Times Letters to the Editor for Jan. 18, 2023
Editorial: Steinbeck, rainstorms and California’s water challenges
Despite ongoing downpours, state isn't doing nearly enough to meet its future urban and agricultural needs.
Skelton: California has lots of catching up to do on flood management
The state has added little to its once-prized water system since approval of the California Water Project in 1960.
Happy Thanksgiving from America’s political cartoonists
Enjoy our selection of visual satire to wash down the family politics and feast.
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Opinion: New Bay Area ranked choice voting system worked, should be California model
State's small cities should take note of November success in Albany's multi-seat City Council race
Coping during COVID-19
COVID-19 vaccines have saved more than 3 million lives in US
The Covid-19 vaccines have kept more than 18.5 million people in the US out of the hospital and saved more than 3.2 million lives, a new study says -- and that estimate is most likely a conservative one, the researchers...
San Jose’s MLK Day luncheon puts a message into action
Elected officials, corporate sponsors celebrate 43rd annual event's comeback to honor Dr. King's legacy.