San Francisco is using a new tactic in its continuing battle against graffiti by suing the alleged taggers.
San Francisco police say criminal charges will not be filed in the crash of an America’s Cup catamaran in May 2013 that killed British Olympic star Andrew “Bart” Simpson.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. officials are set to appear in court on Monday morning to face federal felony charges involving safety violations tied to the deadly 2010 natural gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno.
Four years after his shooting death by a BART police officer, a vigil was held in Oakland for Oscar Grant asking for justice and that criminal charges be brought against the officers involved.
San Francisco prosecutors won’t file criminal charges in the case of a property management firm accused of laundering thousands of dollars in contributions to Mayor Ed Lee’s election campaign last year.
Lats summer, 91-year-old Leona Fernandez accidentally crashed her car into a San Jose nursing home, killing two people.
A judge’s ruling could threaten the San Francisco Housing Authority’s future use of injunctions to keep people with criminal pasts away from public housing projects.
Oakland police closed their investigation into the case of two second-graders who engaged in sexual conduct in a school classroom last month, saying no criminal charges would be filed.