A man and woman were arrested in Petaluma early Friday morning after being found with stolen property, police said.
Own a “soft story building” in San Francisco? Expect to be hearing from the City of San Francisco over the next few months.
A former Bay Area congressman joined surfers in a protest Thursday at a popular beach near Half Moon Bay, calling it an outrage that the landowner is blocking the only road to the public beach.
Scores of surfers, fishermen and supporters of open access to Martin’s Beach near Half Moon Bay plan to gather Thursday and bust through the gate in a show of support to gain public access to the coveted beach.
The suit claims the owner of Martin’s Beach is violating the California Coastal Act by blocking the only access road from Highway 1 to the shoreline, which is public.
Homeless people are getting checks for property destroyed during Sacramento police raids on illegal campsites.
A woman whose home was recently vandalized by a short-term renter she found through Airbnb.com was probably violating city laws that prohibit a residence from being used as a hotel, city officials said.
A company that connects travelers with people renting out their homes will soon offer property protection after a host in San Francisco had her home vandalized.