A former employee of City College of San Francisco is facing several felony charges for allegedly misrepresenting injuries she suffered while on the job, the …
More than a year after the state legalized recreational marijuana, more than 9,300 convictions for marijuana-related offenses in San Francisco dating back as far as …
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon and a tech-based civil rights advocacy group will be hosting a news conference Monday to announce what is being …
A former San Francisco shopkeeper, charged with killing two rival shopkeepers in the city’s Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood nearly eight years ago, has been found guilty of double homicide for the second time, prosecutors said Thursday.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon announced Thursday that his office has settled a lawsuit against three Bay Area concrete supply companies accused of dumping hazardous waste onto city streets.
A San Francisco man has been found guilty after being accused of using a GPS tracking device to stalk his former boyfriend and follow him.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon announced Thursday he will not seek charges against officers involved in two high-profile fatal police shootings.
The family of a homeless Mexican man killed by San Francisco police officers more than two years ago delivered a letter to District Attorney George Gascon Thursday.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge agreed Thursday to release a man from custody ahead of his trial after he spent nearly a year in jail because he couldn’t afford to pay bail.
Activists and family members of a homeless Mexican man killed by police in 2016 in San Francisco’s Mission District began holding a 24-hour vigil.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon announced Tuesday the filing of a civil lawsuit against a home services company for allegedly falsely advertising about background checks in its radio and TV ads.
Former Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith, released from the team after a domestic violence incident last week, pleaded not guilty Monday.
San Francisco police confirmed they would be ramping up patrols on foot, motorcycle and horseback for Fleet Week.
Demonstrators who blocked Caltrain tracks protesting Donald Trump’s inauguration asked for all charges against them to be dropped.
San Francisco man was found guilty Wednesday of several felony charges including rape, unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, pimping and pandering, according to the …
A San Francisco Sheriff’s Department deputy has been charged with the alleged battery of a patient at San Francisco General Hospital, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office announced Friday evening.