San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit Thursday with the aim of shutting down an alleged illegal gambling operation in the city’s Bernal Heights neighborhood after the owners and operators have refused to shut it down.
A San Francisco man has been convicted in New York of creating and operating the underground website Silk Road as a drug-selling haven.
Police are worried over a new trend reaching LA in which drivers shut down busy freeways to attempt dangerous stunts.
San Jose has assessed over $160,000 in fines against illegally operating marijuana dispensaries. 19 of the city’s 23 collectives found to have been operating illegally have now closed.
Your child’s next tweet or Facebook post could be hurting their chances of getting into college. No longer are grades, test scores and self essays the only measure of whether an applicant gets accepted or not.
Lou from San Francisco wants to know if its legal for a person to stand in an empty parking spot and “hold” it for a driver. Elizabeth Wenger has the answer in this week’s edition of What Drives You Crazy.
Cell phone video shows a sideshow in Oakland that went terribly wrong after dragging on for hours.
San Francisco is the second-largest market in the country for ivory trinkets.
Behind The Scenes View Of Humboldt Pot Raid Shows Environmental Wreckage From Illegal Marijuana Farms
Deep in Humboldt County’s Six Rivers National Forest, a team of law enforcement agents deploys choppers filled with agents to battle illegal marijuana grows and combat the environmental damage from massive pot farms.
Researchers Developing Portable Device That Detects U.S. Currency Vapors To Be Used By Border Patrol
An estimated $30 billion in U.S. currency is illegally smuggled into Mexico each year from the United States, but research is being done to help U.S. border-patrol agents sniff out the so-called dirty money.