BART Increases Police Presence To Curb Violence, Fare EvasionExtra patrols were visible at BART stations throughout the Bay Area Monday as transit officials launched an effort to crackdown on crime and fare evaders.
Maine Man Arrested In Mountain View After Threatening GoogleA Maine man was arrested in Mountain View Sunday after allegedly threatening Google and driving across the country to confront the company, police reported.
Oakland City Councilman Helps Rescue Stabbing Victim While Out For CoffeeCouncilman Dan Kalb said on Tuesday that he and his former chief of staff were among the good Samaritans who helped rescue a woman who was stabbed near City Hall last week.
BART Investigating 3 Homicides In Less Than A WeekViolence on the Bay Area's massive public transit system has resulted in three homicides over the last week with the latest being the fatal stabbing of an 18-year-old woman as she stepped off a train Sunday night.
Trump's Meeting On Video Game Violence Could Prove ContentiousPresident Donald Trump, as he seeks to respond to gun violence in the wake of the Parkland school shooting, will gather opposing sides at the White House on Thursday to discuss the role of video game violence.
Vegas Gun Range Billboard Changed To 'Shoot A School Kid'The message, which had said "Shoot a .50 caliber only $29," was taken down within hours and police were investigating.
Caught On Camera: Santa Gunman Fires At Vehicle In San Francisco TenderloinA man wearing a Santa hat calmly walks up to a crossover SUV parked in San Francisco's Tenderloin District, pulls out a gun and opens fire on a stunning surveillance video released Wednesday by San Francisco police.
Google Cracks Down On Disturbing Cartoons On YouTube KidsRecent reports have called attention to troves of videos with profanity and violent themes on YouTube Kids, the video-sharing site's kid-friendly platform.
California's Gun-Related Homicide Rate Up New state figures show the rate of people killed with guns in California went up last year, reversing years of decline that began in 2008.
Berkeley Officials Ask Public To Avoid Conflict During Planned RallyCity officials in Berkeley are asking the public to stay away from potential conflict as a result of a planned right-wing rally next week.
UC Berkeley Emphasizes Security Ahead Of ProtestsUniversity of California, Berkeley officials say they are working extensively with police to ensure security ahead of politically charged events planned in coming weeks.