Those waiting to have their asylum cases heard find the reality that there currently aren’t enough judges and staff to handle the demand leaving some applicants forced to wait for years while their witnesses and...
Students in the South Bay on Tuesday plan to rally around fellow classmates who are at risk of being booted from the United States.
Three women accused of committing multiple burglaries and identity thefts over the past six months have been arrested, Sunnyvale's Department of Public Safety announced Monday.
A car plowed into a San Francisco home's garage early Tuesday, knocking out power for a neighboring home and forcing crews to shut off power for other buildings in the area, according to fire officials.
Credit reporting agency Equifax is ousting CEO Richard Smith in an effort to clean up the mess left by a damaging data breach that exposed highly sensitive information about 143 million Americans.
Members of the Oakland Unified School District's Honor Band protested during its own rendition of the national anthem before Monday night's Oakland Athletics game at the Coliseum.