Initial foreclosure notices served across the U.S. were up 33 percent last month from July.
That includes the city of Berkeley, which used home video footage to arrest a suspect in a series of tire slashings.
A federal judge has ruled that Oakland police unlawfully strip-searched two men in public in 2005 and ordered the city to pay them a total of at least $200,000 in damages.
A man accused of firing a gun at San Francisco police officers near Gough and Ellis streets during a busy morning commute last month pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a number of charges including attempted murder.
The new policing model tells officers where to be before crimes occur.
San Jose police are asking for the public’s help in finding a teen with autism who went missing from his home this morning.
BART officials had little in the way of an update into Sunday night’s fatal officer-involved shooting on the platform of San Francisco’s Civic Center station.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is looking at restoring police academy classes to help with an expected shortage of officers in the coming years.
An interview with acting San Francisco Police Chief Jeff Godown on the process of selecting a new chief and issues the department is facing in the coming year.
Three Santa Rosa police officers and a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy were injured Thursday morning in a confrontation with a teen near Elsie Allen High School, a police lieutenant said.