The investigation into the death of San Francisco-born actress Natalie Wood is being re-opened as a homicide case.
A 67-year-old man who has spent four decades as a fugitive is preparing to turn himself into South San Francisco police to face charges for opening fire on two South San Francisco police officers in 1968.
The City of South San Francisco is offering a $25,000 reward for information on four unsolved homicides dating back to March last year.
Opponents of the death penalty gathered in San Jose Thursday to kick off a state-wide campaign to replace capital punishment with life without parole.
The family of Adolfo Celedon has traveled almost 6,000 miles from Santiago, Chile to talk with Berkeley Police investigators about his murder.
Nearly 16 years after a 17-year-old girl disappeared from Campbell, her killer pleaded guilty Thursday to the murder and was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office announced.
A man was arrested last weekend in connection with a 1998 cold case murder in San Francisco, police said Wednesday.
Two men were sentenced to lengthy prison terms Monday after being convicted of kidnapping and carjacking for an attack on a couple in Oakland’s Montclair District in 1994 — a cold case that was solved using DNA evidence.
A man has been arrested near Sacramento in the 2006 shooting death of a North Carolina man.
Jeanine Harms was last seen in a Campbell bar on July 27th, 2001. She invited a man she’d met at the bar to her house, and was never seen again. That man, Maurice Nasmeh, who always proclaimed his innocence, was accused of killing the 42-year-old woman.