The San Francisco 49ers have become the first National Football League team to join an online movement supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth and condemning the harassment and bullying they face.
A school anti-bullying measure named after a 13-year-old who killed himself after endless homophobic harassment by classmates is now in effect statewide.
The new law, which was approved by the Berkeley City Council last month, would allow bicyclists to take drivers to civil court for threats and injuries.
Breastfeeding moms were out in force at more than 100 Target stores across the country, including one in San Jose on Wednesday, in protest of the alleged mistreatment of a breastfeeding mom at a store in the Houston area.
The city of Antioch agreed to pay $360,000 to settle a class action lawsuit alleging police formed a special unit to target and harass black residents who received subsidized rent.
A former Oakland Raiders cheerleader who became a Vacaville police officer is suing the city, saying she was sexually harassed by fellow officers.
Dozens of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered high school students fanned out across the State Capitol building today to press their lawmakers for tougher protections against anti-gay bullying.
California lawmakers responding to concerns that schoolyard bullying has led to increased suicides and truancy passed a resolution Friday calling attention to the problem.
A Vacaville teacher is seeking a restraining order against a middle school student she accuses of threatening and purposely tripping her during class.
Parents whose children attend classes in the Vallejo City Unified School District will not be allowed to opt out of anti-bullying curriculum—including short films with gay and lesbian families—being presented in the schools.