Reversing several centuries of accumulated wisdom, the NFL ruled Monday that two wrongs sometime do make a right.
Actresses Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner are urging California lawmakers to support legislation that would impose tougher penalties on paparazzi who harass celebrities and their children…
Officials at Pacific Gas & Electric say customers will not be paying the massive fines being sought by state regulators in the deadly 2010 pipeline explosion in San Bruno, but that PG&E’s shareholders will bear that cost.
Dennis Allen, the new coach of the Oakland Raiders, said Monday the team has enough talent to compete for a championship and “will play with discipline.”
The Oakland Raiders have broken the NFL records for most penalties and yards penalized in a season.
The lawsuit claims that the company is not giving employees a lunch break within the first five hours of their shift, which is required by California law.
12 penalties for 117 yards. After Sunday’s victory in Minnesota, Oakland Raiders’ coach Hue Jackson expressed frustration with the officials. So what else is new?
The NFL is warning teams they’ll face fines, suspensions and loss of draft picks if it’s determined their players are faking injuries to slow down an opponent’s hurry-up offense.
Four Bay Area hospitals face thousands of dollars of fines each from the California Department of Public Health for their mistakes on patients that could have proven deadly.
Starting in January, impersonating someone online could mean jail time or a hefty fine.