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San Jose police announced a new online portal system Wednesday, which will allow the public to search and examine use of force data.
Campus police at Cal are asking students, staff and faculty to avoid the area of a speaking engagement with former Breitbart editor Ben Shapiro.
San Jose city officials announced on Thursday the city will be dismissing all 45 citations that were issued for illegal use of fireworks that were based on online complaints.
A person was robbed at gunpoint Friday at his home in Lafayette during a meeting with two other people.
A man was arrested over the weekend after he allegedly stole a bicycle and tried to sell it online.
Caltrain passengers can give their opinion on bike parking issues at the transit agency's stations via an online survey that will be available starting Wednesday.
A record 19.4 million Californians are registered to vote in Tuesday's general election, up from 18.2 million in 2012.
The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office on Friday announced a new inmate locator tool available to the public.
Police released a video Friday of a man who stole five packages from the front porch of a Palo Alto home almost one week ago.
San Francisco postal district officials have announced they are hiring workers for the holiday season.
Investigators are asking for the public's help identifying an armed man wanted in connection with a possible home invasion robbery in San Francisco.
The University of California's plan to raise the minimum wage for all workers systemwide took effect Thursday.
A tech worker suspected of stealing trade secrets was arrested Thursday at San Francisco International Airport as he prepared to board a flight for China.
A Richmond woman suspected of stealing $35,000 from a home she rented through online lodging website Airbnb has been booted off the homesharing website.
A new Internet service from the California Employment Development Department is now available to anyone in the Bay Area who wants to manage their unemployment benefits.
Former Secret Service Special Agent Shaun Bridges allegedly stole more than $820,000 after obtaining administration credentials for Silk Road.
Dozens of San Francisco residents expressed their clashing views Monday afternoon on whether the city should limit the number of nights that short-term residential units can be rented out and the impact that online hosting platforms, such as Airbnb, are…
President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday encouraging the private sector to share cybersecurity threat information with the U.S. government.
Supporters of net neutrality in San Francisco applauded President Barack Obama's efforts Monday.
In addition to the 15 percent who don't use the Internet, another nine percent only go online at work.
Teens with a nightmarish propensity to post underage hijinks will soon be able to erase their naughty tracks.