Nuestra Familia Prison Gang Associates Admit Roles In Stabbing Attacks In Monterey Co. JailThree associates of the Nuestra Familia prison gang pleaded guilty Friday to racketeering conspiracy charges, admitting their roles in violent crimes as a means to enforce gang rules inside Monterey County Jail.
Facebook Says It Removed 3.2 Billion Fake Accounts In 6 MonthsFacebook says it removed 3.2 billion fake accounts from its service from April to September, up slightly from 3 billion in the previous six months.
Contra Costa County Assessor No-Shows For Misconduct ArraignmentEmbattled Contra Costa County Assessor Gus Kramer missed his scheduled appearance in a Martinez courtroom Wednesday morning, where he was to be arraigned on allegations of "willful or corrupt" misconduct in office.
Grand Jury Seeks Removal Of Contra Costa Assessor For Alleged MisconductContra Costa County prosecutors filed a grand jury accusation in Superior Court on Wednesday, seeking the removal of county Assessor Gus Kramer for alleged "willful or corrupt" misconduct.
Caltrans Seeks To Accelerate Old Bay Bridge ImplosionsCaltrans engineer Brian Maroney finds himself in a unique position.
Old Span Of Bay Bridge Going, Going, GoneDemolition crews began dismantling the final section of the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge Tuesday, removing the last remnants of a structure that graced the San Francisco Bay skyline for more than 80 years.
San Francisco Supervisors Call For Removal Of Police Chief SuhrSan Francisco Supervisors Jane Kim, David Campos, Eric Mar and John Avalos are the first elected officials to call for the removal of police Chief Greg Suhr.
Racism Alleged In 'Humiliating' Ejection Of Book Club Members From Napa Wine TrainA woman who set off a social media firestorm when she chronicled her book club’s ejection from the Napa Valley Wine Train on Saturday afternoon said Monday that she has yet to receive an apology from the company.
UPDATE: SF Archdiocese Apologizes For Water System To Repel Homeless At Saint Mary’s CathedralSaint Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco will dismantle a system that pours water on entrance areas of the church frequented by homeless after receiving a formal notice of violation from the city.
Report Says Bay Area Uses The Least Amount Of Water Compared To Rest Of StateThe state of California has released figures that say Bay Area residents are conserving the most water during this drought tan any other part of the state. People also happen to be getting rid of the turf on their lawns.
Diseased Palm Trees Along San Francisco’s Embarcadero To Undergo Costly Removal, Replacement Some of the iconic palm trees that line San Francisco’s Embarcadero are dying of a fungal disease that will require both their costly removal and replacement by the city's Department of Public Works.
San Bruno Officials Debating Future Of Remaining PipelineThe San Bruno City Council is taking three options into consideration over what to do with the pipeline involved in the 2010 blast that killed eight people.
Yosemite Seeks To Remove Cabins In Rockfall ZoneA section of Yosemite National Park’s Curry Village has been closed since a 2008 rockfall damaged its historic cabins and sent schoolchildren running for their lives.