Oakland police broke up at least two large sideshows Saturday night and were geared up to respond to more, a police spokeswoman said. Police responded …
An emergency paid sick leave ordinance recommendation was passed unanimously by the San Jose City Council during a special meeting Wednesday, setting the stage for …
San Francisco Superior Court has finally cleared a backlog of 88,000 suspended driver’s licenses for failure to appear in traffic court.
A mother and daughter were arrested Wednesday night for stealing several bottles of alcohol from a Safeway, according to police. Police say Regina Pearl Wilson, …
State regulators have issued nine citations and proposed $141,000 in penalties against a general contractor for an Oakland accident that killed a worker in April.
Cal/OSHA has issued GreenWaste Recovery four citations for a workplace accident in which a driver was fatally struck by his own vehicle.
Hundreds of protesters took over an intersection of downtown San Francisco Thursday morning to denounce what they say is Gov. Jerry Brown’s inaction on climate change as he attends the Global Climate Action Summit in The City this week.
San Francisco Supervisor Norman Yee will call for a hearing when the Board of Supervisors returns from its summer recess to look at safety concerns.
Residents of a homeless encampment in the Roseland area of Santa Rosa and their advocates implored the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Wednesday not to …
The honeymoon period is over for BART fare cheats, as transit officials said Thursday that fare inspectors will begin issuing civil citations.
The SFMTA has been working with San Francisco police to conduct sting enforcement operations of disabled placard abuse.
BART’s ordinance passed in October takes effect on Jan. 1, 2018, which deters fare evasion by requiring proof of payment inside paid areas of stations and on-board trains.
Officers cited more than 50 people for fare evasion and arrested six in an enforcement action that took place in and around two El Cerrito BART stations.
Starting on Jan. 1, BART will roll out its proof of payment system to deal with its rampant fare evasion problem.
University of California at Berkeley Vice Chancellor Scott Biddy said Monday that the university is investigating a campus police officer’s ticketing of a hot dog vendor Saturday.
San Jose city officials announced on Thursday the city will be dismissing all 45 citations that were issued for illegal use of fireworks that were based on online complaints.
A San Francisco resident is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly filing several fraudulent disabled parking placard applications.
Dolores Park partiers who fail to pick up after themselves may soon be subject to higher possible fines.
San Francisco police deployed extra units onto the streets this week to combat traffic accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists.
Four people were cited and their vehicles were impounded for reckless driving in Fairfield on Monday.