Santa Clara County prosecutors are turning to a seldom-used legal theory to charge a man with murder in his friend’s death although he did not fire the fatal shot.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is taking legal action Wednesday to evict the operator of the Stow Lake boathouse.
The BART Board has made public what has been an open secret for two weeks: that there was an attempt to fire the system’s general manager.
The State Supreme Court is going to decide whether to jump back into the legal issues surrounding the Proposition 8 same sex marriage initiative.
Oakland is going after pimps, johns and others involved in the sexual exploitation of women – four wheels at a time. The city’s Public Safety Committee approved an ordinance putting prosecutions back in the hands of the city attorney.
Two international shipping companies have agreed to pay San Francisco’s commercial fishermen $3.65 million in damages for an oil spill that occurred after the Cosco Busan container ship crashed into the Bay Bridge in 2007.
California voters said no thanks to a ballot initiative that would have made it the first state to legalize marijuana for recreational use and sales.
Attorney General Eric Holder says the federal government will enforce its marijuana laws in California even if the state’s voters approve a ballot measure to legalize the drug.
The next legal battle over California’s recently struck down ban on same sex marriage touches off Friday.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger plans to name Third District Court of Appeal Justice Tani Gorre Cantil-Sakauye as the next chief justice, meaning California’s Supreme Court could have its first female majority if the nomination to replace […]