A federal judge temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s administration’s cancellation of a program protecting undocumented young people from being deported.
The online dating company eHarmony Inc. paid $1.28 million this week to settle a consumer protection lawsuit, Santa Clara County prosecutors said Tuesday. The complaints …
A landslide that occurred Tuesday evening along State Highway 121 in unincorporated Napa County reportedly caused a vehicle crash that killed one person.
Oakland city officials Tuesday celebrated a five-year reduction in violent crime, citing stronger community bonds and stable police leadership.
Twelve people were taken to hospitals Tuesday morning including a pregnant woman and seven children following a collision involving a school bus.
A total of eight candidates people filed papers to run for San Francisco’s June 5 mayoral election by Tuesday’s 5 p.m. deadline.
Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting Tuesday evening at a South San Jose power plant.
At least one person has died in a crash in unincorporated Napa County Tuesday evening.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, on Tuesday released the full transcript of the panel’s interview with Glenn Simpson.
Eight associates of former Chinatown tong leader Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow have been sentenced in federal court in San Francisco.
Raiders owner Mark Davis called the deal a “dream come true” and a “big f-ing deal.”
An Alameda County Superior Court judge granted an unusual motion Tuesday morning to allow the use of public money to cover the cost of defending Max Harris.
The victim of a car crash Sunday evening in San Jose has been identified as San Jose resident Barbara Lazaro.
A driver struck another driver’s vehicle early Tuesday morning in San Francisco’s Western Addition and then fired shots at him before fleeing.
A 52-year-old Oakland man died after apparently driving the wrong way on southbound Interstate Highway 880 just north of state Highway 237 in Milpitas.
The San Francisco Police Department is rolling out a citywide plan to combat the rash of car break-ins and property crimes.