Rep. Nunes Sues Twitter, Users Over Insulting Tweets; Claims DefamationRepublican Rep. Devin Nunes of California is suing Twitter and several of its users for more than $250 million, accusing them of defamation and negligence.
5 Teachers Sue California Teachers Association Over Forced Union DuesFive California educators filed a lawsuit seeking to stop the state's top teachers union from collecting dues through mandatory paycheck deductions.
Claims Filed Against Vallejo Police In Deadly Shooting, AltercationA Bay Area civil rights attorney filed claims against the Vallejo Police Department on Thursday, alleging excessive force in two encounters, including a deadly shooting.
California Joins Dozen Other States In Lawsuit Against Trump’s Emergency Declaration To Fund WallCalifornia's attorney general says at least a dozen states will join a lawsuit against President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Botched Probe Forces DA To Drop Charges Against Deputies Accused Of Running Fight Club In SF JailThe investigation involving three sheriff's deputies accused of making inmates battle each other 'gladiator-style' was so botched, the San Francisco District Attorney is dropping all charges.
$340M Available For South Bay Transportation Projects After Legal Battle EndsA sum of $340 million is available for infrastructure projects in Santa Clara County after a two-year lawsuit challenging voter-approved Measure B failed.
Lawsuit Filed In Alameda Co. Court Accuses Bail Industry Of Keeping Premiums HighA lawsuit filed in a Bay Area courtroom on behalf of bail customers claims surety companies and agents in California conspire to keep premiums high.
Lawsuit Claims San Jose School District Failed To Protect Students From Sexual AbuseIn a landmark lawsuit several childhood sexual abuse attorneys claim a San Jose school district failed to protect students from teachers who sexually abused them, and says it must put new policies in place to protect children.
Oakland Council Approves $295K Settlement In Discrimination LawsuitThe Oakland City Council has approved a $295,000 settlement of a racial discrimination suit that was filed by a former deputy city attorney who is white.
Butte County Sues PG&E Over Camp FireButte County, where the deadly Camp Fire killed 86 people and destroyed the town of Paradise last year, has sued Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
Raiders Reportedly Set To Meet With Coliseum Officials One Last TimeDespite the acrimony between parties in recent months, there are reports the Raiders may not be finished with the Oakland Coliseum just yet.
New Year's Toll Hike On Bay Area Bridges At Center Of LawsuitThe first of three toll hikes for Bay Area toll plazas that took effect on New Year’s Day morning on all seven state-owned bridges and is at the center of a lawsuit.
San Francisco Sues Drug Makers, Distributors Over Role In Opioid EpidemicSan Francisco's city attorney sued an array of prescription drug makers and distributors Tuesday, accusing them of fraudulent practices and creation of a public nuisance in contributing to the opioid epidemic.
SF Federal Judge: Suit Over Trump Travel Ban Waivers Will Go AheadA lawsuit accusing the Trump administration of denying nearly all visa applicants from countries under President Donald Trump's travel ban will move forward, a San Francisco-based federal judge said Thursday.
Oakland Raiders Rescind Offer To Rent Coliseum For 2019 SeasonRaiders officials on Wednesday rescinded a rent offer that would have kept the team playing at the Oakland Coliseum for the 2019 season in response to the federal antitrust lawsuit being filed by the city of Oakland.