The California Highway Patrol says it has seen a surge in the number of complaints about unsafe motorcycle riders and bicyclists in Marin County, prompting the agency to respond with a new crackdown effort.
After a two-plus week statewide DUI enforcement program, six Bay Area counties have lowered their arrest totals from last year, and one county nearly doubled its arrests.
A Bay Area’s author’s new book claims that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder authorized raids against California pot dispensaries last year to create a distraction from the failed “Fast and Furious” gun sting operation.
Faced with a rash of bicycle thefts, BART police will be stepping up efforts to educate riders who two-wheel to stations and catch those who are stealing them.
Medical marijuana providers and patients are suing the federal government to keep it from shutting down pot clubs in California.
Six Sonoma County men were arrested Thursday on suspicion of possessing and distributing child pornography, concluding an investigation involving 21 Bay Area law enforcement agencies.
Medical marijuana advocates in California are suing the federal government in an effort to quash a recent crackdown on the state’s pot dispensaries.
Federal prosecutors in California announced Friday a full-press crackdown on the state’s commercial marijuana industry, saying they will not allow large-scale, for-profit enterprises in the name of medical marijuana.
Labor Day weekend, as the unofficial end of summer, is about more than just maximizing one’s sunshine intake at barbecues. For the California Highway Patrol and local law enforcement, it’s about maximizing enforcement and cracking down on impaired driving.
Gangs and truancy have a direct connection to crime according to Concord’s new police chief, and he said he has tackled them both since taking office.