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SF Public Defender Launches New Immigration Court Unit

SF Public Defender Launches New Immigration Court Unit

A newly created unit of defense attorneys dedicated to representing immigrants faced with deportation began work in San Francisco's federal immigration courts Tuesday.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

SF Supervisor Calls For Possible Fee on Uber, Lyft Rides

SF Supervisor Calls For Possible Fee on Uber, Lyft Rides

San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim is calling for the city to consider imposing a fee on trips using ride hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft to help pay for congestion management efforts. [Read entire story]

Pacifica Man Arrested After Child Porn Images Found in Home

Pacifica Man Arrested After Child Porn Images Found in Home

Police and FBI agents arrested a 28-year-old man Tuesday morning after a search of his Pacifica home allegedly led to the discovery of roughly 14,000 images of child pornography on his computers and other... [Read entire story]

Homeless Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Burglarizing School

Homeless Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Burglarizing School

Police have arrested a homeless woman suspected of burglarizing a South San Jose preschool last week, officials said Monday evening.Photo Credit: San Jose PD [Read entire story]

SF Sues Uber to Disclose Driver Info for Tax Purposes

SF Sues Uber to Disclose Driver Info for Tax Purposes

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Thursday sued Uber in an effort to force the ride-hailing company to turn over driver information to the tax collector's office.Photo Credit: Getty Images file [Read entire story]

Oakland Unified School Board Names New Superintendent

Oakland Unified School Board Names New Superintendent

After a months-long search for a new superintendent for the Oakland Unified School District, the school board announced Wednesday evening that Kyla Johnson-Trammell has been selected for the position.Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Flatbed Truck Slips Into Sinkhole in San Francisco

Flatbed Truck Slips Into Sinkhole in San Francisco

A flatbed truck was partially swallowed up by a sinkhole in San Francisco on Friday morning.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area/File [Read entire story]

Police Investigating Possible Suspicious Package in SF

Police Investigating Possible Suspicious Package in SF

Residents of San Francisco's Castro District were asked to shelter in place late Wednesday night due to a possible suspicious package. [Read entire story]

Man Sprays Woman With Gas in Road Rage Incident: Police

Man Sprays Woman With Gas in Road Rage Incident: Police

Officers arrested a man who allegedly sprayed a woman with gasoline during a road rage incident at a Monterey gas station Tuesday evening, police said Wednesday.Photo Credit: Monterey PD [Read entire story]

Suspect in 19-Hour Standoff Charged With Wife’s Murder

Suspect in 19-Hour Standoff Charged With Wife's Murder

A man who allegedly killed his wife Thursday in Walnut Creek and held police at bay in Martinez until Friday afternoon was charged with murder Tuesday, prosecutors said.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Sierra LaMar Murder Trial: Closing Arguments Begin Tuesday

Sierra LaMar Murder Trial: Closing Arguments Begin Tuesday

Closing arguments are scheduled for Tuesday morning in the trial of Antolin Garcia-Torres, the 26-year-old man who Santa Clara County prosecutors allege murdered 15-year-old Sierra LaMar in 2012.Photo Credit: LaMar [Read entire story]

Teacher Accused of Taking Lewd Photos of Young Girls

Teacher Accused of Taking Lewd Photos of Young Girls

San Mateo police last week arrested an elementary school teacher suspected of taking and possessing photos of children in lewd poses.Photo Credit: San Mateo PD [Read entire story]

Man Suspected of Having Sex With Teen Boy in Novato: Police

Man Suspected of Having Sex With Teen Boy in Novato: Police

Novato police arrested a 52-year-old San Rafael man Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of having sex with a minor. [Read entire story]

BART IDs Multiple Suspects in Mob That Robbed Passengers

BART IDs Multiple Suspects in Mob That Robbed Passengers

BART officials said Wednesday they have identified multiple suspects among a mob of 40 to 60 young people who streamed onto a train at the Coliseum station in Oakland on Saturday night to rob passengers.Photo Credit: NBC [Read entire story]

Sunnyvale Files Injunction Day After Workers Vote to Strike

Sunnyvale Files Injunction Day After Workers Vote to Strike

A day after its employees voted in favor of a strike, the city of Sunnyvale filed an injunction to prevent the disruption of city services related to public health and safety, city officials said.Photo Credit: Robert [Read entire story]

Judge Drops Most Charges Against Suspect Shot by SF Officers

Judge Drops Most Charges Against Suspect Shot by SF Officers

A judge dismissed all but two charges on Tuesday against a man shot by San Francisco police during a confrontation in January, and Public Defender Jeff Adachi is now calling for prosecutors to drop the remaining...Photo [Read entire story]

Man Arrested After Stealing Truck, Leading Police on Pursuit

Man Arrested After Stealing Truck, Leading Police on Pursuit

Sheriff's deputies arrested a man Thursday in Solano County who allegedly stole a vehicle and led deputies on a foot pursuit.Photo Credit: Solano County Sheriff's Department [Read entire story]

Man With Shotgun Arrested in Attempted Bank Robbery

Man With Shotgun Arrested in Attempted Bank Robbery

Santa Rosa police arrested a man who tried to rob the Chase Bank in west Santa Rosa on Thursday morning.Photo Credit: Santa Rosa PD [Read entire story]

Laid-Off Workers in Silicon Valley Get $1.66 Million Grant

Laid-Off Workers in Silicon Valley Get $1.66 Million Grant

The U.S. Labor Department on Wednesday awarded an incremental National Dislocated Worker grant of $1.66 million to continue employment services for Silicon Valley workers affected by layoffs.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Laid-Off Workers in Silicon Valley Get $1.66 Million Grant

The U.S. Labor Department on Wednesday awarded an incremental National Dislocated Worker grant of $1.66 million to continue employment services for Silicon Valley workers affected by layoffs.Photo Credit: AP [Read entire story]