SFBay Archives: Kate Steinle

Police keep getting their guns stolen. And people are getting killed with them.

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…

San Francisco sues Trump over executive order

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit against President Donald Trump challenging the constitutionality of an executive order threatening sanctuary cities with enforcement actions and a loss of federal funding.

Bay Area officials defy Trump’s executive order on sanctuary cities

Bay Area officials responded with defiance Wednesday to an executive order by President Donald Trump denying federal grant funds to cities and counties that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities, vowing to maintain their "Sanctuary City" policies.