Crime

SF police union sues to block retroactive release of officer files under new transparency law

Joining in a statewide fight against a new transparency law, The San…

Alleged co-conspirator charged in drugging, strangling of SF man

A second suspect has been charged in the killing of a young…

Jury to begin deliberations in Rickleff’s murder trial

Closing arguments were heard Thursday in the trial for a man accused…

No charges for deputies in Millbrae Taser death, but family plans to sue

The San Mateo County Sheriff's deputies who killed Chinedu Okobi during a…

Suspect in torture of man found dead in suitcase pleads not guilty

A suspect in the torture and strangling of a 23-year-old man found…

Oakland man sentenced to 15 years prison for aiding foreign terrorist organization

A federal judge in San Francisco on Tuesday sentenced a 23-year-old Oakland…

Police searching for drivers after 1 pedestrian killed, 2 injured in crashes

Three pedestrians were struck and injured by drivers, one of them fatally,…

Board expected to reappoint police commissioner for four-year term

In her bid for a re-appointment to the Police Commission, Cindy Elias…

Shooting, power outage lead to tense night on SF State campus

A late-night power outage at San Francisco State University on Monday and…

Woman shot near SF State, police searching for suspect

A woman was shot Monday evening at a home near San Francisco…

71-year-old arrested in Mission District bank robbery

A 71-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of robbing a bank in…

Police searching for suspect in North Beach shooting

A 63-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries in a shooting in San Francisco's…

SF first in state to clear and reduce marijuana convictions dating back to 1975

After a pilot project in San Francisco successfully automated the dismissal and…

SF State track coach facing felony charges for alleged sex crimes involving teenage girls

A former track and field coach in Santa Clara County was arrested…

SF remembers late Public Defender Jeff Adachi as ‘fierce champion for justice’

Before his sudden death Friday, Public Defender Jeff Adachi spent decades standing…

San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi dies

Jeff Adachi, the elected public defender of San Francisco, has died. Mayor…

Suspended SFPD officer pleads guilty to robbing two banks

A suspended police officer pleaded guilty Thursday to robbing two banks in…

Tenderloin police arrest 50 in five-hour operation targeting fugitives

A San Francisco police operation focused on apprehending fugitives netted 50 arrests…

74-year-old man injured in SoMa hit-and-run

A 74-year-old man was hospitalized after a vehicle struck him and then…

Contractors convicted in federal bid-rigging trial tied to ‘Shrimp Boy’ case

Two Bay Area contractors were convicted by a federal jury in San…