A California registered sex offender convicted of molesting a child wasn’t arrested when he was caught volunteering at a Catholic elementary school festival.
Three weeks before he died, legendary astronaut Neil Armstrong wrote a letter of encouragement to a San Rafael boy.
Oakland police served anti-Wall Street protesters with written notice that they must disband their camp immediately Friday night.
Dozens of protesters marched into national banks in San Francisco’s Excelsior District Saturday and gave them a letter of demands in response to the number of impending foreclosures in the neighborhood.
A major Yahoo shareholder is demanding that the slumping Internet company oust co-founder Jerry Yang from its board to clear the way for directors more likely to protect shareholders’ interests.
Federal prosecutors have launched a crackdown on pot dispensaries in California, warning the stores that they must shut down in 45 days or face criminal charges and confiscation of their property even if they are operating legally under the state’s 15-year-old medical marijuana law.
A new website is helping frustrated consumers complain about daily deals that didn’t work out the way they had hoped.
With the threat of another disruptive protest looming, BART officials issued a letter to BART customers Saturday defending BART’s decision to interrupt cellphone service to prevent a protest on Aug. 11, and announcing that the issue would be discussed at a board meeting Wednesday.
OAKLAND, Calif. (KCBS) The attorney for former BART police officer Johannes Mehserle has released a letter his client wrote in which he said he never intended to shoot unarmed passenger Oscar Grant.