San Francisco experiences 40% jump in residential burglaries

With the pandemic driving tourists away, police say thieves are turning to residential burglary as their new crime of opportunity in San Francisco. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports a 40% jump in this type of crime compared to the same time period last year.

Costly illegal dumping crackdown in San Jose

It’s a new push to clean up illegal dumping in the South Bay, but it’s not going to be cheap. City leaders say the project will cost roughly $300,000 to remove trash and debris along the neglected stretch of road of Monterey Road in South San Jose.

Illegal dumping crackdown in San Jose

It’s a new push to clean up illegal dumping in the South Bay, but it’s not going to be cheap. City leaders say the project will cost roughly $300,000 to remove trash and debris along the neglected stretch of road of Monterey Road in South San Jose.

DA seeks Trump's taxes due to 'mountain' of allegations

District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. again declined in a court filing Monday to reveal why the president is under investigation. But they cited multiple news reports in which Trump has been accused of overstating the value of his assets when dealing with potential business partners and lenders while minimizing the value of those same assets for tax purposes.

What's behind EDD's unemployment claims freeze?

If you just found out you need to file for unemployment payments, you'll will have a two weeks. But the state says that should actually speed up your payments as EDD gets a major overhaul and a much-needed upgrade exposed by the pandemic.