|05/19/2013||Mission 71 Business Park in Pomona Adding Kittrich Building|
POMONA -- Earth-moving equipment is there now, but before the year ends Mission Boulevard and Curran Place will have the new home of household products manufacturer Kittrich Corp.
|05/19/2013||Bay Area Highway 156 Could Become First N. Calif. Toll Road|
May 19--It's just a 4-mile stretch of country road, but Highway 156 is a vital link between the Monterey Peninsula and the Bay Area -- and now it could become the first toll road north of Los Angeles.
|05/19/2013||Corrosion Plagues New Bay Bridge Span|
May 19--Doug Coe, a normally confident engineering manager for the new east span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, walked into the nearby Oakland project office looking as if he were fighting back tears.
|05/19/2013||Investigations Improve Safeguards for Bridges, Roads|
May 19--The Bee's ongoing investigation into California Department of Transportation testing and construction has prompted changes in how state government safeguards bridges and roadways.
|05/18/2013||Bloomingdale's to Open at $572M Hawaii Mall Redevelopment|
May 18--Famed New York retailer Bloomingdale's will open its first Hawaii store in the fall of 2015, replacing Sears at Ala Moana Center.
|05/18/2013||New Owners Kick Off Revitalization of Sacramento Kings|
May 18--The Sacramento Kings, adrift for years and nearly lured away from the city, effectively reopened for business Friday.
|05/18/2013||Construction Uptick Helps California Jobless Rate Fall to 9%|
May 18--No one ever said the economic recovery would be pretty.
|05/16/2013||San Bernardino County's Roads Benefit from Local Stimulus Program|
Photo Gallery: Construction continues on I 215 freeway expansion
|05/17/2013||Coast College District Rejects Union-Hiring Agreement for $689M Upcoming Work|
May 17--COSTA MESA -- The Coast Community College District Board of Trustees on Wednesday rejected a proposed agreement to hire union workers for $689 million in new construction projects.
|05/16/2013||De Anza College Building Wins Award for Design, Energy Efficiency|
May 16--De Anza College's new Media and Learning Center has won a citation for energy performance from the San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Pacific Gas & Electric Company.
|05/17/2013||Hercules Says No to BART Extension Study|
May 17--HERCULES -- The city declined this week to support a study of a BART extension north, after a majority of City Council members raised concern that it could sap energy and funding from Hercules' long-planned Intermodal Transit Center on the waterfront.
|05/14/2013||Alhambra Announces Support for 710 Extension Amid Protesters|
ALHAMBRA-- The city launched a two-year "Close the Gap" campaign Tuesday in support of the Long Beach (710) Freeway extension to Pasadena, amid protests from a handful of freeway fighters.
|05/16/2013||Kings County Fights to Keep High-Speed Rail Lawsuits Separate|
May 16--Kings County opponents of high-speed rail are battling the California High-Speed Rail Authority to keep their legal fight on track.
|05/14/2013||Montclair Criticizes SanBag for not Supporting Gold Line Extension|
May 14--MONTCLAIR -- Councilman Bill Ruh has criticized San Bernardino Associated Governments saying it is reluctant to support the Gold Line extension to this city and instead focusing its attention on building "Lexus lanes" car pool or express lanes along the 10 Freeway.
|05/10/2013||Madera County, Fresno Reach Settlement on Tesoro Viejo Development|
May 10--The city of Fresno has agreed to drop its lawsuit over a proposed mega-development along Highway 41 in Madera County, signaling at least a partial reprieve in the growth wars that have engulfed the region.
|05/10/2013||49ers Stadium Revenue Tops $1B after Approval of Levi's Stadium Name Deal|
May 10--SANTA CLARA -- A lot of people were blown away at the whopping $1.2 billion cost of the San Francisco 49ers' new stadium.
|05/09/2013||Construction Resumes on Stalled L.A. Mission College Arts Center, But Controversy Remains|
May 09--SYLMAR-- Four years ago, Los Angeles Mission College broke ground on what was supposed to be a state-of-the-art Media Arts Center financed by voter-approved bonds.
|05/07/2013||Officials Call for Independent Review of Bay Bridge Repair Proposals|
SACRAMENTO, Calif. _ California state and local transit authorities are calling for an independent review of proposals to repair the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, whose planned opening date has been jeopardized by recent construction setbacks.
|05/06/2013||Ross Perot Jr. Makes Bet on Newport With Housing Complex|
May 06--Ross Perot Jr. sensed the oddity of the moment.
|05/06/2013||Crews shift to mop-up as Ventura County wildfire wanes|
May 06--Hundreds of battle-weary firefighters made the transition to mop-up mode Sunday as the 28,000-acre Springs fire in Ventura County was declared 75% contained, with full containment expected Monday.
|05/05/2013||Regional Development Plans Spark Unrest Throughout Marin|
May 05--LUKE TEYSSIER settled in the Tamalpais Valley with his wife and two young children two years ago seeking, he said, "a more rural setting."
|05/05/2013||New Renewable Energy Storage System to be Tested in California|
May 05--TEHACHAPI -- Depending on how well it works, a test project in the heart of Kern County's renewable energy region may be the next best thing to 24-hour-a-day sunlight or a breeze that never stops blowing.
|05/04/2013||Developers Plan Massive Industrial Campus in North San Jose|
May 04--SAN JOSE -- The new owners of a 57-acre site in North San Jose are planning 1 million square feet of industrial space to help create several hundred jobs in a part of the city that officials envision as a hub for cutting-edge manufacturing.
|05/04/2013||Marin Energy Authority Plans to Build its Own Solar Projects|
May 04--The Marin Energy Authority decided this week to begin setting aside money to develop its own renewable energy generation projects within its jurisdictional boundaries, which include all of Marin County and the city of Richmond.
|05/02/2013||Rail Board Member Wants More Bidder Info on Fresno-Madera Line|
May 02--SACRAMENTO At least one member of the California High-Speed Rail Authority board wants to know more about the prospective construction contractor for the first stretch in Fresno and Madera before he votes to award a contract next month.