Officers arrested a suspect after a patrol car equipped with an automatic license plate reader discovered a stolen vehicle with stolen plates Saturday in Novato, police said.
Every day, an average of 33 car owners are mistakenly accused of failing to pay a toll on a Bay Area Bridge, and many of those say fighting Fastrak’s mistakes can be time consuming and frustrating.
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Thursday closed a San Francisco bar for 45 days, alleging that patrons were being charged a surcharge on drinks in return for female company.
The car service, formerly known as InstaCab, is the first to comply with a list of regulations from the California Public Utilities Commission.
A State Bar of California judge has recommended a two-year suspension of the law license of a former San Francisco prosecutor who has three convictions for driving under the influence and who tried to use his badge to avoid arrest.
A former Bay Area news helicopter pilot has been arrested for flying without a proper license and lying to officials.
A prominent medical journal has ignited a debate over whether smokers should be required to get a license in order to smoke cigarettes.
Lats summer, 91-year-old Leona Fernandez accidentally crashed her car into a San Jose nursing home, killing two people.
Dozens of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency operators are facing the possibility of being fired for their failure to obtain valid driver’s licenses.
Businesses that are not primarily music venues may be eligible for a limited live entertainment permit that’s much cheaper and subject to less onerous review.