The Department of Energy is not the only government agency that invested heavily in Solyndra, the Fremont-based solar manufacturing company that recently filed for bankruptcy.
An attorney for a woman accused of burglarizing the San Francisco hotel room of “Jeopardy” game show host Alex Trebek reiterated his claim Monday that his client was at the hotel as a prostitute and was not the thief.
The lawyer for a San Francisco woman charged with breaking into the hotel room of “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek says his client is a prostitute, not a thief…
A woman accused of burglarizing the San Francisco hotel room of “Jeopardy” game show host Alex Trebek last week pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of residential burglary and possession of stolen property.
Sponsors of Proposition 8 will be back in federal court in San Francisco Monday, asking a new trial judge to nullify a previous judge’s decision to overturn California’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Barry Bonds’ post-trial hearing was postponed from Friday to June 17, giving prosecutors more time to consider whether to retry the home run king
A federal judge has scheduled a hearing on whether a ruling that struck down California’s same-sex marriage ban should be thrown out because its author is in a same-sex relationship.
State lawmakers sought answers at a hearing Monday in Sacramento. They also heard about tsunami damage in California from the March 11 earthquake off Japan’s coast.
PG&E officials acknowledged they rejected installing valves that could have automatically shut off the flow of gas for the San Bruno pipeline explosion.
An Oakland man alleged by city officials to belong to the Norteños street gang denied his affiliation to the group at a hearing in Alameda County Superior Court on Wednesday.