Minimum wage in the city of Berkeley was raised to $10 per hour Wednesday, the first in a gradual rise to more than $12 an hour in two years.
Six San Francisco police officers fired 32 times at a carjacking suspect who crashed in the city’s Financial District and turned a gun on the officers after a high-speed chase through three counties early Thursday morning, police Chief Greg Suhr said Monday afternoon.
One person was injured and more than a dozen were displaced in a fire at an apartment in Richmond on Saturday night.
A program aimed at stopping the killings on the streets of Richmond – by offering cash and other tools to build a future – is having success in slowing the bloodshed in a city with a history of gun violence.
A Richmond program is sending former criminals on all-expense paid trips — but there’s a catch. You have to go arm-and-arm with your enemy.
Carjacking Victim Defies Gunman Who Steals Her SUV, Flees Across Two Bridges, Before Crashing In SF Financial District
“If you’re going to shoot me, it’s going to be here where my family knows where I’m at,” declared a carjacking victim to the gunmen climbing into her passenger seat.
Thousands of Pacific Gas and Electric customers are without power in the East Bay and San Jose Thursday morning due to fallen power lines.
High-Speed Chase Ends In Rollover Crash, Injured Witness & Fatal Shooting In San Francisco Financial District
A high-speed chase starting in Richmond ended in an overturned vehicle crash, and injured witness and fatal officer involved shooting in San Francisco’s Financial District Thursday morning.
An 18-year-old Richmond man has been charged with attempted murder and attempted carjacking for allegedly stabbing an elderly woman in Berkeley on Friday afternoon, police said Monday.
Two men were killed in a shooting in Richmond Saturday evening.