The San Francisco mayor and supervisors announced Tuesday they will move forward with Mental Health SF, with some tweaks, which will reform The City’s mental …
“Today’s settlement is another step in doing what’s right for the communities, businesses, and individuals affected by the devastating wildfires.”
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday it will become a party in a whistleblower lawsuit filed in federal court in San Francisco against Sacramento-based Sutter Health LLC and the Palo Alto Medical Foundation.
State Controller Betty Yee announced Tuesday that her office is safeguarding nearly $770 million in unclaimed cash belonging to Californians, which the office received this fiscal year and is part of $9.3 billion in unclaimed property held by her office.
A man convicted of murdering his girlfriend in 2008 has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, Monterey County District Attorney …
The Oakland City Council formally approved an ordinance Monday establishing regulations and requiring permits for shared dockless electric scooters, in light of frequent complaints of reckless riders and scooters left scattered on local sidewalks.
Wells Fargo Bank has agreed to pay a $2.09 billion fine to settle claims that it misled investors about the quality of subprime mortgage loans it created and sold between 2005 and 2007.
Regulators accused San Francisco-based Wells Fargo of improper insurance sales practices that led to insurance products being purchased for customers without their knowledge.
Sonoma County residents with properties destroyed by the North Bay wildfires can have debris and hazardous waste removed through a government program.
Insured losses from the October wildfires in Northern California have now topped $3.3 billion, and the number is still growing.
Two insurance brokers have been arrested and charged for allegedly pocketing insurance premiums paid by their customers.