San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced the city has settled a civil lawsuit worth more than $1.7 million against Walter Wong — a business …
As a discussion by city officials around whether to keep a 150-foot tall Ferris wheel at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park continues to go in …
The San Francisco mayor is requesting that the Building Inspection Commission fire current Department of Building Inspection Director Tom Hui due to corruption allegations revealed …
San Francisco supervisors are not sitting back in the investigation of Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru over alleged public corruption charges. Supervisor Matt Haney introduced …
A business consultant from Vallejo will be sentenced in federal court in San Francisco on Jan. 23 for conspiring in a bid-rigging scheme concerning the renovation of a building at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
A former U.S. Justice Department lawyer was sentenced in San Francisco Wednesday to two years and six months in prison for crimes related to stealing and trying to sell sealed federal whistleblower lawsuits.
Operatives raising money for Mayor Ed Lee allegedly promised an undercover FBI agent posing as a developer “quality time” with the mayor.
Five associates of convicted murderer and former Chinatown tong leader Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow pleaded guilty in federal court in San Francisco this week to reduced charges of organized-crime activities.
A federal judge in San Francisco set an Aug. 4 sentencing date Thursday for Chinatown tong leader Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow.
Prosecutors urged a federal judge in San Francisco to send former state Sen. Leland Yee to prison for eight years for his political corruption conviction.
Three former San Francisco City Hall insiders are facing corruption charges for allegedly taking contributions from undercover FBI agents.
A former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent who investigated the Silk Road black market website pleaded guilty in federal court to three corruption charges.
Prosecution and defense attorneys in the federal corruption trial of two San Francisco police officers rested their cases Tuesday.
A prosecutor told jurors the trial of two San Francisco police officers is about “corruption with a badge.”
Yee Defense attorney Paul DeMeester told the media he plans to enter a plea of not guilty.
One in four global respondents — including the United States — reported paying officials a bribe in the last 12 months.