Property was stolen from the car of a special agent for the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives while it was parked near the federal courthouse in Oakland earlier this week, an ATF spokeswoman said Thursday.
A state appellate court Wednesday denied an appeal from the attorney of a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault.
A San Leandro physician’s assistant who authorities said was the number one prescriber of opioids in California was convicted Tuesday of 39 counts of distributing controlled substances without a legitimate medical purpose, prosecutors said.
Sonoma County has settled a lawsuit by county jail inmates who claimed they were beaten in their cells by corrections officers during “yard counseling” in …
Goodwill Industries of the East Bay Area and an affiliate have agreed to pay $850,000 to eight former and current employees to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Thursday.
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 …
A panel of federal appeals court judges in San Francisco seemed inclined Monday to allow a wide-ranging climate-change lawsuit to continue in pretrial proceedings.
A U.S. District Court judge issued a split ruling last week in a defamation of character suit against the City of Vallejo.
Six Jewish students and visitors sued San Francisco State University in federal court Monday, alleging the university and its administrators “have knowingly fostered” an anti-Semitic environment.
Santa Clara County took its next step in a lawsuit it filed against the Trump administration earlier this year after the president signed an executive order that threatened to withhold federal funds.
The widow of a shooter who killed 49 people in a Florida nightclub last year has agreed to be transferred to Orlando, Fla.
An Oakland labor official working to organize the medical marijuana industry was indicted by a federal grand jury
A federal court ruled against the city of Oakland’s efforts to block the Justice Department from closing the city’s largest medical marijuana dispensary.
Oakland’s new public arts ordinance is being challenged in federal court by building developers are arguing it is unconstitutional.
Former Secret Service Special Agent Shaun Bridges allegedly stole more than $820,000 after obtaining administration credentials for Silk Road.