Court Rules Trump Can't Cut Off Funding To Bay Area's 'Sanctuary Cities'A U.S. appeals court says President Donald Trump's executive order threatening to withhold funding from "sanctuary cities" that limit cooperation with immigration authorities is unconstitutional.
Appeals Court Won't Reconsider Challenge To Berkeley Cellphone Warnings LawA federal appeals court in San Francisco Wednesday turned down an industry group's bid for reconsideration of the group's challenge to a Berkeley cellphone warning law.
San Francisco Senior Accused Of Petty Crime Fighting $350,000 BailA 64-year-old San Francisco man who has been in jail for four months because he is unable to post $350,000 bail, takes on California's money bail system.
Federal Appeals Court Says Gays Remain Vulnerable To Persecution In MexicoA federal appeals court says increasing social acceptance of gays in Mexico does not make them less vulnerable to persecution.
Appeals Court Decision On Trump's Travel Ban Expected This Week"Has the government pointed to any evidence connecting these countries with terrorism?" Judge Michelle Friedland asked.
Berkeley's Cellphone Radiation Warning Law Disputed Before Appeals CourtJudges on a federal appeals court panel in San Francisco questioned two prominent lawyers about whether a Berkeley cellphone warning law is unfairly alarming.
Appeals Court Doesn't Stop Crude Oil Rail Shipments Through RichmondCourt upholds dismissal of a lawsuit in which environmentalists sought to challenge crude oil rail shipments through Richmond.
Court Orders Immigrant Children Released From Detention CampsA federal appeals court has ruled that Homeland Security officials must quickly release immigrant children — but not their parents — from family detention centers after being picked up crossing the border.
Trial Ordered Over Public Access To Vinod Khosla's Martins BeachA state appeals court in San Francisco Wednesday ordered a trial in San Mateo Superior Court on whether there is right of public access to the popular Martins Beach near Half Moon Bay.
Appeals Court Upholds Ban On Removing Gay Jurors Because Of Sexual OrientationA federal appeals court has refused to reconsider its ruling banning the removal of prospective jurors because of their sexual orientation.
California Challenges Concealed Weapons RulingCalifornia's attorney general on Thursday appealed a federal court decision that overturned San Diego County's concealed weapons restrictions.
Court: California Concealed Weapons Rules Violate 2nd AmendmentA divided federal appeals court has struck down California's concealed weapons rules, saying they violate the Second Amendment right to bear arms.