Apple Employee Who Led #AppleToo Anti-Harassment Effort Says She Was FiredAn Apple employee who led organizing efforts against harassment and discrimination within the Cupertino-based company said she has been fired.
San Jose State University President Mary Papazian To Resign Amid Fallout From ScandalSan Jose State University president Dr. Mary Papazian announced she would resign at the end of the semester, amid ongoing fallout involving a sexual misconduct scandal in the school's athletic department.
Berkeley Police: Man Claiming To Be Officer Accosted Teen Girl, Demanded HugPolice in Berkeley are searching for a man who allegedly claimed to be an officer while accosting a teenage girl in the city's north side late last month.
Probe Finds Cuomo Sexually Harassed 'Multiple' Women, Violated LawNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple current and former staffers as well as women who did not work for his administration, the state's attorney general Letitia James said Tuesday during a press conference summarizing the findings of an independent investigation.
Students Protest Santa Clara County Supervisor Simitian's Position On Sex Assault StudyA group of high school students on Sunday protested outside the house of a Santa Clara County supervisor, angry that he recently voted against proceeding with a study of sexual assault and harassment policies in schools and colleges the students contend would help improve student safety in Santa Clara County.
Former Palo Alto VA Cardiology Chief Dr. John Giacomini Indicted For Alleged Sexual Battery Against SubordinateFederal authorities have indicted Dr. John Giacomini, former Chief of Cardiology at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Hospital, for alleged sexual battery against a female subordinate doctor at the hospital.
Google Legal Chief David Drummond Leaving Amid Sexual Misconduct AccusationsDavid Drummond, the legal chief of Google parent company Alphabet, is leaving at the end of the month, following accusations of inappropriate relationships with employees.
Judge Temporarily Blocks New California Law Outlawing Forced ArbitrationA federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked a new California law outlawing mandatory arbitration agreements that critics say can make it more difficult for workers to sue their bosses for sexual harassment.
Uber To Pay $4.4 Million To End Federal Sexual Harassment ProbeUber Technologies Inc. will establish a $4.4 million fund to settle a federal investigation into allegations that the San Francisco company allowed a rampant culture of sexual harassment.
Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy Accused Of Molesting, Sexting Teen GirlAn Alameda County Sheriff's deputy has been charged with sexually inappropriate communication with a teenage girl, according to the sheriff's office.
Report: Stanford Responded To Nearly 300 Sexual Harassment Incidents In 2018-19Stanford University responded to 279 reported incidents of sexual harassment, sexual violence and gender discrimination on campus in the 2018-19 academic year, according to a university report.
Contra Costa County Judge Ordered Removed From Office For MisconductA state judicial commission in San Francisco on Wednesday ordered Contra Costa County Superior Court Judge John Laettner removed from office for multiple instances of misconduct.
Former El Cerrito Police Officer Files Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against DepartmentA woman has sued the small East Bay police department she used to work for over allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace.
San Francisco, Philly Operas Drop Plácido Domingo Following Accusations Of Sexual HarassmentThe San Francisco Opera said Tuesday it is canceling a Plácido Domingo concert scheduled for October after a report detailing sexual harassment allegations against the opera legend over the last three decades.
Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against California Doctors Up Sharply In Wake Of #MeTooA newspaper investigation finds the number of complaints against California physicians for sexual misconduct has risen 62% since fall of 2017.