Starting soon, opioid-related deaths in San Francisco will be investigated as homicides. California Gov. Gavin Newsom is teaming up with San Francisco leaders to establish a new law enforcement task force to investigate and treat opioid deaths the same way as homicide cases, potentially charging drug dealers with murder, the Governor's Office announced Friday.
California State Sen. Scott Wiener is hoping a small change to the law will have a dramatic impact on car break-ins. This law aims to close what amounts to a loophole that prosecutors say is letting burglars off the hook.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins has offered an explanation for her now-deleted post in which she referred to a protest in support of Palestine as a "pro-Hamas" rally.
Two men have been charged for a series of armed robberies in San Francisco's Mission District in situations where victims were held at gunpoint and at times pistol whipped, the San Francisco District Attorney's Office announced Friday.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins is beefing with the San Francisco Chronicle over a headline regarding her office being disqualified from prosecuting the murder of her husband’s cousin.
The City of San Francisco outlined on Thursday how it plans to use a $17 million grant from the state to combat retail theft. Meanwhile, the City of Oakland says it won’t be getting similar funding, because city officials missed the grant’s application deadline.
San Francisco's district attorney announced charges in a public corruption case against a city official and a former city employee on Thursday.
San Francisco District Attorney's Office on Monday announced the conviction of a man for threatening to blow up an Inner Richmond synagogue and for making criminal threats.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins says she is focusing on holding alleged vandals and those who committed property crimes accountable from the Mission-Dolores ‘Hill Bomb’ event that took place July 8.
Concerned community members called out city leaders at a town hall safety meeting in San Francisco’s Tenderloin Thursday.
Charges have been filed against a woman who allegedly took off her clothes and fired shots at cars on the Bay Bridge.
Family and supporters of Sean Moore held a protest on the steps of San Francisco City Hall on Wednesday. Moore was shot by a San Francisco police officer in 2017. He died from his injuries three years later.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins, who assumed office just over a year ago, released new data on the changes implemented during her tenure.
District Attorney Brooke Jenkins is no longer pursuing charges against a San Francisco police officer who fatally shot a man during a 2017 altercation.
A security guard at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center has been charged with a series of thefts involving over $200,000 worth of Apple devices specifically designed for medical staff use, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office announced on Thursday.
The San Francisco District Attorney's Office has started dismissing some drug dealing cases associated with a veteran police officer who is accused of engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a confidential informant, according to sources.
The case against a man arrested in connection with a rolling gun battle along San Francisco's waterfront has been discharged, according to the district attorney's office.
After mounting calls for further review into the fatal shooting of Banko Brown, California State Attorney General Rob Bonta has agreed to look into evidence in the case that resulted in San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins' decision not to file charges against the Walgreens security guard responsible for the deadly shooting.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins has dropped the charges against an officer who shot and seriously wounded a Mission District burglary suspect in 2019, according to the officer's attorney.
A former San Francisco police officer will not face criminal charges in the fatal shooting of Keita O'Neil six years ago. The State A.G. declined to press charges. KTVU spoke with the officer involved.