More than 120 courthouses around California are at risk of partial collapse in an earthquake and more than a dozen are here in the Bay Area.
A time capsule that would have remained hidden for a century was unearthed after just thirty-five years under the ground thanks to the Napa earthquake.
Inspectors spent Monday on the streets of Napa checking for damage.
The bomb squad blew up an apparent explosive device outside the San Francisco Federal Building Monday night.
Merging technology and the judicial system, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals began offering video streaming of certain proceedings.
Two East Bay residents are wanted in connection with the theft of more than $1.25 million worth of gold items stolen from the Siskiyou County Courthouse more than a year ago, the sheriff said Monday.
A proposal by the state’s judicial branch to charge $10 to view a public file at the Santa Rosa courthouse is being criticized by those who say it would limit access to public information.
A man accused of showing up to court under the influence is under arrest, and what got him arrested is the same thing that brought him to court in the first place.
San Francisco Superior Court Presiding Judge Katherine Feinstein issued a standing order Thursday prohibiting the use of cameras and/or electronic recording devices in the hallways and other areas of the fourth floor of the Civic Center Courthouse.
Thieves have stolen $3 million worth of gold nuggets from a lobby display case inside a courthouse in California gold country.