Oakland Raiders Agree To $1.25 Million Settlement With Former CheerleadersThe Oakland Raiders have agreed to pay a $1.25 million settlement to a group of 100 former cheerleaders who claimed they were underpaid.
Fresno Mass Shooting Suspect Shouts 'Let Black People Go' During Court AppearanceFresno mass shooting suspect shouted that natural disasters will increasingly hit the United States as he was ushered into a cramped courtroom Friday.
DA Angry With Ruling In East Palo Alto Landlord CaseAn East Palo Alto landlord was sentenced to probation, community service and a fine Wednesday for attempting to drive poor tenants out of his complex.
Sierra LaMar's Mother And Sister Weep On Witness StandSierra LaMar's mother and sister wept on the witness stand Tuesday as they testified in the death penalty trial of Antolin Garcia-Torres,
Alleged Child Sex Predator Appears In CourtA suspected child sex predator appeared before a judge for the first time Friday morning as police searched for more possible victims.
Former 49er Pleads Not Guilty To Charges In Fisherman's Wharf AttackFormer San Francisco 49ers fullback Bruce Miller Wednesday pleaded not guilty to charges filed in connection with an attack in a Fisherman's Wharf hotel that injured two men.
East Palo Alto Landlord Accused Of Bullying Tenants Appears In CourtAn East Palo Alto landlord accused of bullying his tenants makes his first court appearance.
Oakland Police Officers Implicated In Sex Scandals Appear In CourtTwo Oakland police officers were in court Friday in separate sex scandal cases.
Sexual Assault Suspect Cuts His Throat In Court Moments After Guilty VerdictA former teacher convicted of sexually assaulting a teenager pulled a razor and slit his throat in a Santa Ana courtroom moments after the verdict.
Tight Bay Area Race Between Khanna, Honda Heads To CourtA tight race in the Bay Area has gone to court.
1st African-American Judge Elected To San Francisco Superior Court BenchThe San Francisco Superior Court Bench elected its first female African-American presiding judge, incumbent Judge John Stewart announced Wednesday.
Court: Yelp Not Liable For Negative Rating 'Stars' On SiteFederal appeals court rules that Yelp's star rating system does not make it liable for negative reviews posted on the site because it relies on reviews of businesses from users.