'Nightmarish': Gay, Black SF Firefighter Sues Over Alleged Discrimination At Castro StationIn a lawsuit, a San Francisco firefighter alleges that during the years he served at Station 6 in the Castro District, he experienced "a nightmarish series of events" because he was gay and black.
Former eBay Security Supervisor Pleads Guilty In Harassment Scheme Targeting CoupleA South Bay man and former supervisor of security operations for eBay Inc.'s European and Asian offices pleaded guilty Tuesday to his role in a cyberstalking campaign.
Livermore Man Gets 1-Year-Sentence For Online Threats Against Ohio State Football Coach, PlayersAn East Bay man who threatened to harm college football players at Ohio State University because they beat his favored team was sentenced by a federal judge.
Peninsula Stalking Suspect Who Carved Victim's Name In His Arm Arrested After Continuous HarassmentA man who the San Mateo Sheriff's Office said stalked a San Carlos woman locally and in San Diego since last year and carved her name into his arm was arrested on multiple charges Thursday, authorities said.
Former eBay Workers Who Sent Spiders, Cockroaches To Couple to Plead GuiltyFour former eBay Inc. employees from the San Francisco Bay Area agreed to plead guilty to intimidating a Massachusetts couple by sending live spiders and cockroaches to their home, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
Former eBay Staffer & Santa Clara Police Captain Charged With Harassing Newsletter EditorA seventh former eBay Inc. employee, who was also a former police officer, has been charged with participating in a campaign to terrorize the editor and publisher of an online newsletter.
San Mateo Teen Arrested After Alleged Harassment, False ImprisonmentPolice officers in Foster City arrested a 19-year old man Tuesday on suspicion of attempted robbery, making criminal threats, false imprisonment, and soliciting a lewd act, according to police.
UC Berkeley Employee Harassed By Colleague Sues UC Regents For Lack Of ProtectionA UC Berkeley employee who was harassed by a colleague is suing the UC Regents, claiming that the university didn't do enough to protect her.
New Lawsuit Aims To Repeal Loitering Law, Reduce Police HarassmentThere is a new lawsuit to repeal a loitering law in Oakland, claiming that Oakland Housing Authority police are using the law to harass people.
Fired '60 Minutes' Boss Texted Reporter To 'Be Careful' About ClaimsJeff Fager, the longtime executive producer of “60 Minutes” who was fired on Wednesday, sent a text message to CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan with a warning over the network’s coverage of the sexual harassment accusations against him.
CEO Of Silicon Valley Nonprofit Foundation OustedThe president and CEO of the country's largest community foundation has been ousted after a law firm hired to investigate workplace bullying and harassment issued a scathing report.
Calif. Democrat Encourages Supporters To Harass Trump Administration OfficialsRep. Maxine Waters called on her supporters to publicly confront and harass members of the Trump administration in response to the "zero tolerance" policy that led to the separation of families at the border.
Hayward Man Sentenced To 2 Years In Prison For Harassing Calls To Law Enforcement A Hayward man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for making hundreds of harassing and obscene phone calls to domestic and international law enforcement agencies.
Twitter's Tribute To Women Rings Hollow For Some Targets Of AbuseSome women who've been viciously attacked on the site say the company hasn't put enough muscle behind protecting vocal female users.
Twitter Wants Help Measuring Its 'Health'CEO Jack Dorsey posted a series of tweets that addressed the toxicity and misuse of the platform and put out a call for proposals from experts on how to size up the platform's health.