San Francisco police wrote 62 percent more traffic tickets this year than they did last year. The increase is part of stepped-up effort aimed at keeping pedestrians safe under the Vision Zero program.
2013 is coming to a close with a nearly two-decade high in pedestrian and bicycle fatalities in city of San Jose.
The survey by the California DMV, which looked at the years 2000-2010, found a sharp drop in DUI-related fatalities, and an overall increase in arrests.
Police said the two shootings may be part of a brewing feud between two groups in North and Central Richmond.
Caltrans is trying to make the roads safer for its employees with the start of the two week “Move Over” campaign.
OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Drunken driving arrests were up in the Bay Area over the Fourth of July holiday weekend, with one fatality, California Highway Patrol officers reported. From 12 CHP Bay Area command areas 251 […]
The complexity of multiple injuries suffered by two San Francisco firefighters eventually took their lives this past week.
Two men were shot and killed and a third suffered life-threatening injuries in a shooting near a nightclub Saturday night in San Jose.
The California Highway Patrol says the number of drunken driving arrests CHP officers have made so far during the holiday weekend is up, but fatalities are down.