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Law

SF supes to grill Hunters Point cleanup firm

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will grill executives from Tetra Tech, the firm accused of falsifying results from the $1 billion radiation cleanup at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, at a hearing Monday.

SF man arrested in Coliseum BART stabbing case

A San Francisco man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in connection with Saturday's stabbing at the Oakland Coliseum BART station, a transit agency spokeswoman said.

Milpitas school board prez favors arming teachers

The Milpitas Unified School District board president is "withholding further comment pending action to improve school safety," after extending statements of support for arming teachers and then retracting them.

Activists rally for man killed by SFPD in Mission

Activists in San Francisco's Mission District Wednesday remembered the victim of an officer-involved shooting that occurred nearly two years ago as they simultaneously mourned the loss of another life at the hands of police Tuesday night.

Oakland doctor suspended from workers’ comp system

An Oakland orthopedic surgeon who surrendered his medical license last year on grounds of sexual misconduct and unprofessional conduct has now also been suspended from participating in California's workers' compensation system, a state agency said.

SF sued for alleged discrimination against trans woman

A state agency has sued the city of San Francisco for allegedly discriminating against a transgender woman by preventing her from using a women's restroom in a city building.

Santa Clara County supes vote to add Persky recall to June ballot

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approved Tuesday putting a decision on the June 5 ballot for whether voters should recall Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky, the judge who became controversial over a sentence he handed down to a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault.

 

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