Burglaries during COVID varied dramatically by location, suggesting that different neighborhoods are having vastly different experiences with crime.
Meanwhile, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill authorizing state law enforcement to assist in dismantling organized retail crime in hotspots across California.
A report found that 55% of criminal defendants in San Francisco were rearrested before their case was resolved, drawing scrutiny of a nonprofit that runs diversion programs.
A combination of theft, rigid policies and slow police response times ha made working conditions dangerous for some retail workers, according to a former security guard at a San Francisco Target store.
A high-profile petition meddling case took a new turn with the victim, Man Kit Lam,…
The decision came despite evidence of support for the program, including a community survey that showed moderate support for cameras.
Exclusive video shows an altercation between a campaign volunteer and an individual who allegedly tried to steal signed petitions.
The family of jump-kick victim Rong Xin Liao say they’ve been in the dark on legal proceedings for their grandfather’s alleged attacker for over a year, and believe their victims’ rights have been violated.
Between March and December 2020, 708 anti-Asian hate incidents happened in the Bay Area and 292 took place in San Francisco alone. Here’s how the city is reacting.
San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin rode into power on a wave of progressive populism. But his tenure has been rocky so far. So who is Chesa Boudin? We take a look behind the headlines.