The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has extended its full enforcement of Real ID-compliant driver’s licenses from Oct. 1, 2021 to 2023 due to the …
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf chastised people who attended a protest over the weekend for vandalizing a police station and attempting to set the Rene C. …
Oakland needs help overcoming Covid-19 rather than troops, Mayor Libby Schaaf said following comments Monday morning by President Donald Trump that he may send more …
The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Sunday appealed to the public for tips as it investigates the shooting at the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building …
A tight crowd of a few hundred people packed in front of Amazon’s San Francisco downtown office Monday to protest the company’s technological cooperation with …
Hundreds gathered Thursday to protest planned raids against undocumented immigrants that are said to begin Sunday. Activists and organizers of all ages gathered in front …
Dozens of immigration activists rallied Tuesday in support of Fernando Carrillo, released from custody last month after being jailed for more than six months, as he attended a check-in appointment at the San Francisco U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office.
After nearly three weeks in a private prison, Luis Mora, a University of California at Berkeley pre-law student arrested last month at a border checkpoint, is slated to be released.
Immigrants who came to the U.S. from El Salvador in recent years under disaster-related Temporary Protected Status designations will lose that protection from deportation.
Federal and state officials Wednesday morning toured areas burned by the North Bay wildfires in October.
Law enforcement officials in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties confirmed this evening that Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents had conducted operations.
A YouTube video showing two Wisconsin teens free climbing to the top of the north tower has prompted a security review.
Twitter Inc. sued the administration of President Donald Trump in federal court in San Francisco Thursday.
Santa Cruz city officials said they feel “deceived” and “outraged” that the Department of Homeland Security detained 10 people based on their immigration status during a joint operation with Santa Cruz police.
Ten alleged gang members arrested in Santa Cruz, Watsonville and Daly City on Monday have been charged with offenses including drug trafficking and conspiracy to commit extortion by force.
The Department of Homeland Security Investigations, in conjunction with local law enforcement, made several arrests Monday morning throughout Santa Cruz County.
Four who were detained at SFO under President Trump’s Executive Order have been released, while a final fifth person is being processed.
San Francisco transit officials have estimate $50,000 in fare revenue were lost last weekend because of a malicious software attack.
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are now working with San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency after the transit agency was hit by a cyber attack.
San Francisco police have identified two suspects in connection with recent “blessing” scams that have targeted elderly Chinese victims.