South Bay Law Enforcement Agencies Report They Didn't Cooperate With ICE This YearSanta Clara County supervisors held an annual meeting Tuesday night to inform the public about whether local law enforcement agencies had cooperated with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in the last year.
Isabel Bueso Hopeful After Feds Reverse Decision Ending Immigrant Medical ReliefU.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will once again honor deferred-action requests to let patients like Isabel Bueso and their family members stay in the U.S. to receive life-saving medical treatment.
Anti-ICE Protesters Block Access to Palo Alto Software CompanyPalantir offices in Palo Alto were once again blocked off by protesters Friday calling for an end to the company's data technology contracts with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
SF Resident Turned Over to ICE by Daly City Police Sues for DamagesAt a demonstration in front of ICE offices in San Francisco Friday, Armando Escobar spoke through a translator about his arrest by Daly City police on May 3
Life Prison Term For Santa Rosa Man Who Killed GirlfriendA Santa Rosa man was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for the domestic violence murder of his girlfriend in 2017, according to the Sonoma County District Attorney's Office.
Advocates Say Daly City Police Violated State Sanctuary Law Working With ICESome local leaders are saying Monday night that police in Daly City may have violated state law when they turned an undocumented immigrant over to ICE officials.
Oakland Officials Say They Didn't Know About ICE Deportation FlightsCity officials in Oakland spoke for the first time Monday about ICE using Oakland International Airport to deport thousands of detainees.
Report: ICE Flew Thousands Of Detainees In And Out Of Oakland Int'l AirportICE chartered nearly a thousand flights in and out of Oakland International Airport between 2010 and 2018, carrying nearly 43,000 detainees to be deported or transferred to other detention centers, according to a report.
Hotels Become Battleground Over Immigration DetentionThe U.S. government has occasionally detained migrants in hotels for decades and says it might have to split up families if hotels don't help.
No Bay Area Raids Occur After Federal Court Puts ICE On NoticeAfter the American Civil Liberties Union took the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to federal court in Northern California, the impact of the planned raids was subdued on Sunday.
Hundreds Rally In Berkeley To Condemn ICE RaidsSaturday afternoon hundreds of people rallied at Berkeley's Civic Center Park just beyond the steps of City Hall, where the mayor condemned the raids and reaffirmed Berkeley’s status as a sanctuary city.
Bay Area Lawmakers Weigh In After Trump Delays ICE Deportation Raids For 2 WeeksImmigrant communities living in fear of imminent ICE raids this weekend were breathing a sigh of relief after the president issued a last minute reversal, to put them on hold.
Sanctuary Policy Facing Police Pushback In Santa Clara CountySan Jose Police are blasting the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors over its decision to uphold its sanctuary policy.
Sign Criticizing Liccardo, Santa Clara County's Sanctuary Policy Removed From WallA makeshift sign criticizing San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and Santa Clara County over the county's sanctuary policy was removed on Tuesday.
Hundreds Speak Out As Santa Clara County Votes To Study Notifying ICE Of Violent FelonsAn emotional debate on Santa Clara County's immigration policy ended Tuesday with supervisors voting to study changing sanctuary laws to allow federal authorities to be notified of undocumented inmates who have been convicted of specific crimes.