SAN JOSE – In early 2017, Kinjal Zaveri and her husband were excitedly preparing to buy a house in San Jose when President Trump’s administration announced it would revoke her work permit.Read More
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BAY AREA — Proposition 68 in the coming Tuesday’s primary elections in California is seeking to bolster projects that tackle water and natural resource conservation, improve park access and increase resilience to climate change. If passed, $4 billion in bonds will be allocated statewide for improvement of parks, projects on environmental protection and restoration, water infrastructure and flood protection.Read More
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Ready to downsize? Nine college teams proved the possibilities of living in a space less than 400 square feet in a sustainable way at a recent tiny house competition.
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Since the 1960s, the price of a 30-second advertising spot in the Super Bowl has constantly risen.
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