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A domestic violence suspect was fatally shot and killed by police on an Antioch rooftop after he led them on a late night high-speed chase.
San Francisco's new archbishop was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in San Diego this weekend.
A thrift store manager was allegedly punched and strangled by a man and woman before one assailant was grabbed by store patrons.
A man was acquitted of misdemeanor child abuse after a jury saw a Muni surveillance video showing no foul play.
81-year-old Harry Edward Smith was nabbed by police after a bicyclist in a similar incident came forward with a license plate number.
After an Alameda man realized he couldn’t pay his gambling debts, he took matters into his own hands.
The Main Library on Larkin Street has seen a decrease in theft and violence. But drug use and sleeping homeless people are on the rise.
San Jose police have released the name of the man suspected of brutally slaying a homeless woman with a samurai sword Monday evening.
A sword-wielding San Jose man is in custody for allegedly slashing and stabbing a well-known homeless woman to death with a samurai-style weapon.
Trash scavenging in The City is illegal, yet it's a creative way for some of our poorest residents to get by.
Spend the weekend cuddling your pet tiger? Or selling a tank for your alligator? If you did it online, look out.
The San Francisco Police Department has underreported arrests of Latinos and Asians for more than a decade.
A man who had been banned from all bars was arrested at a Fremont Hooters after becoming intoxicated and potentially violating his probation.
Police are investigating Oakland's 68th homicide of the year after a resident shot and killed an apparent robber.
The City paid $2,000 in hotel charges for a boastful prostitute who sunk her own chances to convict her accused pimp.
In a victory for man’s best friend, 14 Bay Area police dogs are now the proud owners of custom bulletproof vests.
Remember the fancy mansion in Marin County where those kids had that party? So did a couple of ladies accused of burglary.
Arrests have been made in a San Mateo home invasion prosecutors believe was the work of a ring targeting Asian sex workers.
Police say onlookers detained an alleged drunk driver after he crashed his Explorer into a cable car.
An El Sobrante woman told police she was merely trying to perform an exorcism when she allegedly smothered a romantic rival.
The Santa Clara district attorney's office is linking several large drug busts and violent crimes in Silicon Valley with Mexican drug cartels.
A Hayward man faces felony charges after he admitted to covering 150 headstones at a Union City cemetery with vegetable oil to ward off spirits.
An accused bank robber was captured in Oakland after he allegedly tried to rob the same bank — and teller — he did a month ago.
In the past two weeks, there have been four reports of robberies at gunpoint, all around midnight and all in the same general location.
Police removed several people from an unlicensed care facility for the mentally ill in San Jose, while charging five with abuse and neglect.
On death row at San Quentin since 2005, Scott Peterson is now asking the California Supreme Court to reverse his sentence.
A man who beat a priest he said sexually assaulted him and his brother in the 1970s has been acquitted of felony assault and elder abuse.
The acting head of Mendocino County's legal department just got a court date of his own.
A man visiting Stow Lake struck an 82-year-old woman who scolded his son, dropping her to the ground and leaving her with life-threatening injuries.
Just hours after a report hit the web critical of financial oversight in the city of Vernon, key figure and long-sought Eric Fresch was finally found: Dead.
Mayor Ed Lee proposed a stop-and-frisk policy that would allow officers to randomly stop people for search, leaving a bad taste in the mouth of The City.
A woman who allegedly threw her purse at a car full of teens after being struck by a milkshake winds up losing money.
San Jose State says there is "no evidence" to back up a hacker's claims of having stolen sensitive data from the Associated Students.
A chair fight inside a Livermore Taco Bell led police to an unexpected pot growing operation in a nearby apartment.