Top law enforcement officials from San Francisco and New York plan to meet with some of the nation’s largest smartphone makers to help thwart the rise in cellphone thefts and robberies.
Five of six current and former San Francisco Unified School District employees charged with embezzling $15 million from the schools pleaded not-guilty Tuesday at the Hall of Justice.
After pressure from human rights organizations and health officials, a decision was made by the San Francisco’s District Attorney to no longer allow condoms as evidence in cases of prostitution.
The SFPD begins a new enforcement tactic this week on those that are chronically drunk in public, modeled after a successful San Diego program that has been in place for 10 years.
Three victims who took the stand against a man dubbed the “Mission Rapist” were among those honored with a Justice Award from the San Francisco District Attorney’s office for their bravery.
Prosecutors say a former director at San Francisco State University and a local vendor are facing a total of 246 felony charges in connection with an alleged bribery scheme on campus.
The theft of cellphones is becoming a rampant problem in San Francisco. District Attorney George Gascon said he has a plan to help solve the issue.
A San Francisco judge ruled Thursday that a bicyclist accused of killing a pedestrian in a Castro District crosswalk should stand trial for felony vehicular manslaughter rather than lesser charges sought by the defense.
A partnership agreement was signed Thursday by San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon and leaders of local community organizations dedicated to ending youth human trafficking.
The city’s top prosecutor called for peaceful celebrations, no matter the outcome of the big game between the 49ers and Ravens on Sunday.