State lawmakers approved a resolution calling for the new name last year.
Hundreds are expected to turn out for the ceremony later this morning on Treasure Island. New signs will also go up announcing the Willie L. Brown, Jr. bridge.
Responses to the change from Twitter.
@CapRadioNews it's always going to be call the bay bridge to just about everyone still no matter what name it gets named— AL NorCal ™ (@AL_NorCal) February 11, 2014
California employees owed back wages would be able to place a lien on their former employer’s property under a bill that cleared the Assembly Labor and Employment Committee Wednesday.
Four candidates for California’s Secretary of State covered issues from vote by mail elections to business licenses in a debate today. And they didn’t disagree on much.
Recent scandals in California's senate have put ethics in the spotlight and Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr spoke with former staffers to see what the discussion is like when no one is looking.
Any genetically modified food product sold in California would have to come labeled as such under a bill that passed a state Senate committee Tuesday.
One of the biggest battles at the California state Capitol two years ago is back for another debate. Hunting groups want to repeal the ban on using dogs to hunt bears and bobcats.