State Department Issues Worldwide Travel Alert For U.S. CitizensBay Area travelers should anticipate additional security screening at airports and other public places and exercise particular caution during the holiday season.
Super Bowl 50 Spurs Heightened Security PlansSan Francisco city leaders and Super Bowl 50 planners announced Wednesday that in light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday, there will be increased security measures in place at Super Bowl City in San Francisco and at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.
NFL, Super Bowl Organizers Stepping Up Security For Big Game, Events Around SFAs the world reels from last week’s deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, Super Bowl 50 organizers are planning to ramp up already intense security.
Bay Area Law Enforcement On Heightened Security After Paris AttacksLaw enforcement agencies in the Bay Area and across California have issued statements in the wake of Friday night's terrorist attack in France.
'Can You Hear Me Now?' Edward Snowden Joins Twitter, Follows NSAIn less than six hours of creating a Twitter account, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden amassed over 640,000 followers -- six times more than the NSA's account.
Effort To Boost Super Bowl 50 Safety Earns Recognition From White HouseEfforts by local public and private entities to work together to boost safety in advance of Super Bowl 50 earned recognition from the White House in a statement released Monday.
Oakland Whole Foods Market Security Guard Fired After Violent Encounter With ShopperA security guard for Whole Foods Market in Oakland has been suspended after a violent incident allegedly took place Thursday night between the guard and a shopper, a Whole Foods spokesperson said.
Man Shot At Chris Brown Concert In San Jose Sues Singer, Venue For Not Providing Security For Fans, PTSDA man shot and wounded at a private party hosted by R & B singer Chris Brown at a San Jose nightclub last January has filed a lawsuit against the singer and the venue.
Stanford Tech Expert: Dream Of Free And Open Internet DyingThe dream of a free and open Internet is slowly being killed by overregulation, censorship and bad laws that don't stop the right people, a top computer crime defense lawyer says.
News Van Broken Into As Crew Covers Story In OaklandA KTVU news van was broken into while a crew covered a story in Oakland Tuesday morning.
California Lawmakers Demand Change To EDD Practice Of Putting Social Security Numbers On DocumentsLawmakers from both sides of the aisle are coming together following a report that revealed the state is putting millions at risk for identity theft by printing full social security numbers on documents being mailed.
Surveillance Power From Patriot Act Lapses With No Deal In Senate