Monday 11/66:26 pm
By Sara Gaiser
Following a vote by the San Francisco Police Commission in support of arming police with Tasers, the police union is considering putting forward a ballot measure that would shape the policy.
Monday 11/65:24 pm
By Bay City News
Despite state and city laws requiring law enforcement to secure weapons left in vehicles, it is unclear today whether a San Mateo County sheriff’s sergeant who lost several firearms in a vehicle burglary in San Francisco on Friday could face…
Saturday 10/79:57 am
By Janis Mara
Police and utility officials are warning San Francisco residents about a scam in which the caller poses as a public utility representative demanding payment for overdue bills.
Monday 11/289:53 pm
By Julia Cheever
The California Department of Insurance announced a settlement Monday with a San Francisco startup that will fine the company up to $7 million for insurance sales licensing violations.
Thursday 9/158:02 pm
By Keith Burbank
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law aimed at providing more oversight of the construction industry to stem future tragedies like the balcony collapse that killed six college students.
Wednesday 7/64:12 pm
By Jamey Padojino
A letter released by a group of retired Santa Clara County Superior Court judges speaks out against efforts to remove a current judge over his sentence for ex-Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner.
Wednesday 1/63:56 am
By Sara Gaiser
A bill introduced to the state Senate Monday would step up state inspections of tour bus operators in response to a crash in San Francisco's Union Square that injured 20 people.
Wednesday 8/512:34 am
By Erin Baldassari
Homemade guns, similar to the ones assembled by a 21-year-old Lafayette man who killed a 19-year-old woman at her home in Walnut Creek last month, are becoming more common, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and…