Project Home: Bay Area Communities Grapple With Lack Of Local Control Under Project HomekeyProject Homekey is the most aggressive action California has ever taken toward ending homelessness, and it's leading to lawsuits in communities across the state.
Former SF Giants Player Mac Williamson Files Lawsuit Over 2018 Concussion At Oracle ParkFormer San Francisco Giants outfielder Mac Williamson has filed a lawsuit against the owners of Oracle Park over a concussion he suffered during a 2018 game when he was tripped up by the bullpen mound, falling awkwardly and crashing into a wall.
San Rafael Faces Civil Rights Lawsuit From Black Mail Carrier Detained By PoliceA federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of San Rafael has been filed on behalf of a Black postal carrier detained by San Rafael police in August.
Bed Bath & Beyond To Pay $1.49 Million To Settle Lawsuit Alleging Illegal Hazardous Waste DumpingRetailer Bed Bath & Beyond will pay $1.49 million to settle a lawsuit over allegations the company illegally disposed of hazardous waste at local landfills, authorities announced Wednesday.
Lawsuit Against Asian Art Museum Seeks Return Of Artifacts 'Looted' From Ancient Thai TemplesThe federal government has filed a civil lawsuit and was asking the Board of Directors of San Francisco's Asian Art Museum "to do the right thing" and return religious artwork illegally removed from ancient temples to the people of Thailand.
Prop. 22: Uber Drivers Sue Over Alleged 'Pressure' To Vote, Advocate For Ballot MeasureSome Uber drivers are suing the San Francisco ride-hailing giant, saying the company has "unlawfully" pressured them and other drivers to support the measure.
San Francisco Nurses Sue Department Of Public Health Over Understaffing, Unpaid OTNurses employed by the city of San Francisco on Thursday announced they've filed a lawsuit against the city's Department of Public Health, accusing the department of violating federal labor laws.
City Leaders, Critics Frustrated Over Slow Walnut Creek Police Reform ProcessThere was more than enough frustration to go around at the Walnut Creek City Council Tuesday night, with both city officials and some two dozen public commenters expressing growing impatience with the slow pace of local police reforms.
Walnut Creek Officials To Get Updated Report On Police Mental Health Call ResponseThe Walnut Creek City Council is set to receive a report Tuesday outlining various steps the city's police department has taken to improve response to police calls involving people having a mental illness-related episode.
Lyft Driver Sentenced To 6 Years For Raping Unconscious CustomerLyft driver Octavio Alvarez Gomez, 39, was sentenced in connection with an Oct. 2, 2018 assault on a Southern California woman who had called for a ride after leaving a local bar.
Apple Countersues Fortnite Maker, Accusing Epic Games Of 'Self-Help And Subterfuge'Apple on Tuesday counter-sued Epic Games, accusing the maker of the popular online video game Fortnite of stealing the 30% commissions the iPhone maker takes from app developers.
Questions Still Linger A Year After Deadly Dive Boat Conception Fire Claimed Seven Bay Area LivesIt's been one year since seven San Francisco Bay Area residents died in a fire that swept through the Dive Boat Conception as they slept.
Apple App Store Will Remain Fortnite-Free, For NowA district judge has ruled that Apple could continue to keep the popular game Fortnite from the iPhone maker's app store.
Fortnite's Maker Sues Apple After Being Removed From App StoreThe maker of Fortnite is suing Apple after Apple blocked the wildly popular online video game with hundreds of millions of registered players from its app store Thursday.
Humira Maker to Settle California Lawsuit for $24 MillionThe maker of the drug Humira will pay $24 million to settle a California lawsuit that alleged it violated an insurance fraud law, the state Department of Insurance announced Thursday.