More than two months after a disgruntled VTA employee’s killing spree, a group of VTA workers are demanding the transit agency investigate a hostile work …
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order this week allowing public health officials to join the state’s confidential address program in response to threats and …
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency announced Thursday that Julie Kirschbaum will lead the day-to-day operations of Muni.
A shareholder sued the board of Google Inc.’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., in San Mateo County Superior Court Thursday for allegedly tolerating and covering up sexual harassment by senior executives and giving some of them millions of dollars in exit pay.
Dozens of African American San Francisco city employees and their supporters called for greater oversight of city departments.
After thousands of Google employees walked out of their offices last week in protest of sexual harassment in the workplace, the Mountain View company has announced it will make several changes to bolster its system of reporting abuse.
More than 500 Google employees in Mountain View walked out of the company’s headquarters Thursday afternoon, joined by thousands across the globe.
A 21-year veteran of the San Jose Police Department has filed a lawsuit alleging racial discrimination from multiple officers in the days and years following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Santa Clara City Councilman and candidate for the county District 4 supervisor seat Dominic Caserta has resigned from his position.
The San Francisco Symphony Thursday canceled planned performances by well-known conductor Charles Dutoit after allegations of sexual misconduct.
Supervisor Hillary Ronen Tuesday will move to expand that requirement to hotels and SROs.
A lawsuit filed by a student at the University of California at Berkeley alleges a former university therapist videotaped her in order to
The San Jose Unified School District has begun officially designating all-inclusive restrooms at all of its campuses and offices.
The San Francisco’s Sheriff’s Department has vowed to make key changes to procedures involving jailed inmates who identify as transgender.
A San Mateo man was charged in a federal indictment for his alleged role in a scheme to commit insider trading and money laundering.
Two Oakland police officers who allegedly exchanged inappropriate racial and homophobic text messages face suspension.
A group rallied at San Francisco’s dump Monday in support of allegations of racial harassment made by a Recology employee.
A San Francisco landlord who is allegedly bullying elderly and disabled tenants into surrendering their rent-controlled apartments has been sued by The City.
Rohnert Park’s Department of Public Safety is looking for a man who harassed a teenage girl and college student in the city in separate instances within a two-week span.