Anyone caught flying a drone over a fire or emergency scene could have it destroyed under a proposed bill.
A vial shipment sent to a Stanford lab last July may have contained small quantities of live anthrax spores, but officials say there is no threat to public safety.
The East Bay town of Kensington has decided not to keep its police chief after his handling of the probe of a sergeant who allegedly had his gun stolen by a prostitute at a Nevada hotel.
Rescue teams on the peninsula are dealing with a spike in the number of people getting stuck on the Bay.
San Jose Police Chief Larry Esquivel tells KCBS In Depth that the largest city in the Bay Area is still a safe place to live but admits the challenges of keeping officers from leaving for better jobs.
Fairfield police last week recognized a 10-year-old boy and his father for courageous actions they took in September.
A San Francisco-based production company is under fire for a controversial anti-gun PSA encouraging children to steal their parents’ guns and turn them in at school.
San Jose Police, Fire Unions Say City Manager’s ‘Forced Resignation’ Has ‘Squashed’ Hope For Better Relations
San Jose City Manager Ed Shikada, acknowledging the City Council wanted new management, Wednesday announced his resignation as of Jan. 1, the day Mayor-elect Sam Liccardo takes office, according the city officials.
San Jose could see its lowest number of police officers in three decades if the department continues to lose officers at a steady rate, according to a new report.
Schaaf said she has seen other cities like Los Angeles and New York significantly reduce their crime rate, and feels that Oakland can do the same.