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San Francisco Public Defender Seeks To Recuse Judge Over Alleged Bias Against LatinosSan Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi Tuesday filed a motion to recuse a judge from a murder trial, alleging the judge is biased against Latino defendants.
Man Believed To Be ‘Gypsy Hill Killer’ Convicted In 1976 Killing Of TeenagersA jury has found a career criminal who authorities believe to be the `Gypsy Hill Killer" guilty of killing two teenage girls.
Suspect Accused Of Killing Of Sacramento Deputy IdentifiedAuthorities on Tuesday released the name of the suspect in custody for the death of Deputy Mark Stasyuk after a shooting in Rancho Cordova.
San Mateo County Farm Workers Get Access To Low-Cost HousingOfficials on Tuesday announced some relief on the horizon for farm workers in San Mateo County with the completion of new low-cost housing designated for laborers.
Arrest In Fatal San Francisco Polk Street ShootingA suspect has been arrested for the fatal weekend shooting of a man sitting in a car on San Francisco's Polk Street.
Berkeley Police Take Aim At Reducing Laptop Thefts At CafesPolice in Berkeley have returned to placing undercover officers in a number of cafes citywide in response to an ongoing series of laptop thefts and robberies.
Feinstein’s Opponent Seizes On Her Role In Kavanaugh FightSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Kevin de Leon, a Democrat in the California Senate, rarely have much in common. But they're united in their condemnation this week of Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
9th Circuit Court Rules For Bartenders, Waiters In Tip FightA U.S. appeals court is siding with bartenders and waiters in a fight over whether restaurants can pay them less because they receive tips.
State Accuses AbbVie Of Paying Doctors To Overprescribe HumiraPharmaceutical giant AbbVie illegally plied doctors with cash, gifts and services to prescribe one of the world's best-selling drugs, Humira, despite its potentially deadly complications, a California official said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.