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.
A woman who used to teach physical education in Fremont was sentenced Friday to 5 years' probation, including a 6-month term at the county jail, for having sex with a 16-year-old male student in 2016.
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.
The California Supreme Court ruled prosecutors are not obligated to look through police personnel files to determine whether there is unfavorable information about an officer.
Berkeley will explore the creation of a database for private security cameras to aid police.
Two City College of San Francisco students are suing the school and San Francisco police.
Vinod Khosla pleaded ignorance after being accused of violating state coastal laws.
Another round in the legal bout over public access to Martins Beach is expected Thursday.
SEIU Local 1021's minimum wage plan looks headed for a ballot clash with one from Mayor Lee.
San Jose filed a federal appeal of its case to bring the Oakland Athletics to the South Bay.
Minors now face penalties if things go down after they charge cover fees at underage parties.
The California Supreme Court ruled this week that 36-year-old Sergio Garcia can practice law.
The state Department of Toxic Substances Control has come under heavy fire this winter.
Hold the Jarritos — our neighbor to the south is declaring war on waistlines with a possible 1-peso tax on pop.
A new campaign aims to bring breast cancer awareness to the streets via specialty pink license plates.
People who had their cars illegally towed by a Redwood City towing company are a step closer to being reimbursed.
A Marin grand jury has recommended a plastic bag ban be extended throughout the county.
California accuses the Wall Street bank of illegally abusing and harassing credit-card customers with lawsuits.
One California senator is gambling that legalizing sports betting in the state would be a win-win for all.
A new bill would allow the homeless to legally sit, sleep and solicit donations without being cited.
A fragile consensus is emerging about giving TIC homeowners relief while protecting the City’s stock of rental units.
A proposal to enforce no-protest zones around SF's reproductive health clinics heads to the Board of Supervisors for approval.
A Board of Supervisors committee shot down a requirement for surveillance cameras in two new alcohol permits.
San Francisco nightclub DNA Lounge is challenging police over a requirement to turn over surveillance footage.
If the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejects Drakes Bay's final appeal to stay open, oyster prices might skyrocket.
Holding multiple jobs is hardly a rarity these days. Most people who do so, though, aren’t collecting two state paychecks.
A new poll indicates a growing sea change in how Californians feel about immigration.
The Golden State's gun background check system may become a model for other state's policies.
Snuff out your cigarettes San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors are getting serious.
Fracking rules floated in California do little to allay concerns of residents and environmental groups.
Despite sky-high rental prices, San Francisco is being heralded as a paragon of affordable housing.
Sorry San Francisco nudists, the Board of Supervisors has passed a law banning public nudity except during special events.
Supervisor David Campos wants to take another look at surcharges and employee accounts for The City's universal health program.
Unfortunately, mismanagement of charity money by nonprofit organizations and fiscal sponsors is not uncommon.
The Chinatown Neighborhood Association is suing the state of California for its shark fin ban, arguing that it unfairly attacks Chinese culture.
California drivers will soon be able to legally dictate garbled text messages to friends and colleagues.