All Bay, All Day
San Francisco could be the first city in the nation to eliminate criminal justice fees levied on individuals exiting the criminal justice system.
Starting on Jan. 1, BART will roll out its proof of payment system to deal with its rampant fare evasion problem.
The Rapid Response Network hotline, a community defense project designed to protect immigrant families from deportation threats, has launched in Santa Clara County.
The embattled Contra Costa County District Attorney Mark Peterson resigned Wednesday and pleaded no contest to a single charge of perjury.
The BART Police Department is making its presence more prominent at two San Francisco BART stations.
BART officials Tuesday unveiled new police patrol desks at its Powell and Civic Center stations in San Francisco that will be tested during the busy holiday shopping season.
A man and his mother were sentenced to probation and credit for time already served in jail for strangling their pet cat.
The legal saga of former San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds came to an official end Tuesday.
A Santa Rosa man who abandoned his injured dog in a ravine pleaded no contest Thursday to a felony charge of animal abuse.
BART is looking into community service rather than financial restitution for 14 protesters who shut down the transit system on Black Friday.
A Santa Rosa man was sentenced Monday for attempting to euthanize his dog by slashing its throat.
ORACLE ARENA — Students who earned their way to We Day let loose in loud celebration.
BURTON HIGH SCHOOL — Screaming high-schoolers cheered a star-filled reward for community service.