Credit Card Usage Booms, Even For The Smallest Of PurchasesFor years, cash was king and credit cards were primarily used for big ticket items, but that has changed.
Feds Crack Down On Bay Area Luxury Home Buyers Using Shell CompaniesAmid increasing concerns that shell companies are hiding stolen funds in the U.S. luxury real estate market, the feds are cracking down.
$600K In Cash Found In Home Of Alleged Tax DodgerA Portola Valley restaurateur pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to evading nearly $1 million in taxes for his three restaurants in Redwood City, San Jose and Portola Valley, prosecutors said Wednesday.
$600K Found In SoCal Backyard Of Man Who Looted Armored TruckFBI agents dug up more than $600,000 on Wednesday from the backyard of a Southern California home where an armored truck driver who admitted stealing $1 million had once lived.
Person Posing As Santa Clara Police Sergeant Threatening People With Arrests, Demanding MoneySanta Clara police are warning the public of a person posing as a sergeant and threatening people with an arrest warrant unless they pay their dues, police said Friday.
'Credibles' App Helping Small Bay Area Businesses Stay Afloat, Reward Repeat CustomersA new app is helping businesses keep cash on hand, and letting customers earn bonuses by pre-paying for the products they need.
27 Arrested In San Jose, Modesto In Connection With Alleged Gambling Ring
10-Year-Old Girl Scout Selling Cookies Robbed; Suspect Arrested After She Records License PlatePolice say a quick-thinking 10-year-old Girl Scout wearing her badge for cleverness recorded the license plate number of a man who swiped her money box from outside a supermarket in San Jose Sunday afternoon.
Group Of Suspects Sought In String Of Armed Robberies In San Francisco NeighborhoodA group of male suspects are wanted in connection with three armed robberies in San Francisco’s Excelsior neighborhood on Friday night, police said.
CHP Sergeant Finds $120K In Middle Of Concord Street; Cash Returned To Man Who Had Lost Life SavingsA man’s life savings have been recovered after an off-duty California Highway Patrol sergeant found over $120,000 in cash in the middle of a Concord roadway, CHP officials said Monday.
Survey Shows Shift Towards Cashless Society Driven By Millennials When it comes to making small purchases, Americans prefer cash over plastic, but according to a new survey that’s likely to change.
SF Muni Fares Go Up On Monday; Start Carrying An Extra QuarterDaily cash fares for riding San Francisco Municipal Railway will go from $2 to $2.25 effective Monday, SFMTA officials said.