Eight associates of former Chinatown tong leader Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow have been sentenced in federal court in San Francisco.
A 15-year-old boy was arrested early today on suspicion of breaking into a Petaluma convenience store and stealing more than $1,000 worth of alcohol, cigarettes and lottery tickets, police said.
Around 4 a.m., a passerby reported suspicious activity at the…
University of California at Berkeley police are asking the public to stay away from a planned rally today on the school's campus.
New ashcans at Ocean Beach and throughout the Sunset and Richmond will help curb cigarette butt litter.
Legislation restricting the sale of all flavored tobacco including menthol cigarettes was approved unanimously by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Selling flavored or menthol cigarettes would be banned in San Francisco under legislation proposed to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
Police in Fremont are investigating the theft Thursday of more than $2,000 in cigarettes from a Walgreens.
Police are seeking two masked men who allegedly robbed a Fremont 7-Eleven store at gunpoint Wednesday.
Legislation that would increase the legal age to buy tobacco in San Francisco from 18 to 21 was moved forward to the full Board of Supervisors.
Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow, the leader of the Chee Kung Tong, was found guilty by a federal jury in San Francisco Friday of all the 162 charges.
Anyone who plans on buying tobacco or electronic smoking products in unincorporated Santa Clara County must be at least 21 years old.
Surfrider's "Hold on to Your Butt" campaign aims to generate awareness about the environmental and health impacts of littering cigarette butts.
BART directors voted unanimously today to approve an ordinance that allows the transit agency to ban electronic cigarettes on its trains and in its stations.
The Board also voted 4-1 to approve an ordinance prohibiting smoking of all types in and around unincorporated multi-unit residences.
Marin County's Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance Tuesday banning the sale of tobacco products in pharmacies in the unincorporated area of the county.
If you're a smoker living in an apartment or condo in unincorporated Marin County, lighting up at home is about to get really expensive.
When it comes to another dollar in taxes on a pack of cigarettes, supporters and opponents are making their voices heard.