Why did San Francisco's D.A. drop charges two Alameda Co. sheriff's deputies on charges they beat a man in an SF alley back in 2015?
The incident was captured on an officer worn body camera.
Community and San Francisco leaders came together Thursday to denounce a number of recent attacks targeting victims of Asian ancestry.
San Francisco's district attorney is taking action to make DoorDash comply with a state law that classifies its drivers as employees rather than contractors.
Members of the Armenian community were stunned Friday to find graffiti scrawled across the walls of the KZV Armenian School in San Francisco.
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced Monday that his office will no longer charge cases that rely on statements from officers who have a proven history of misconduct.
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin said on Wednesday that his office has opened a criminal investigation of a member of the Sheriff's Department who is seen on video shoving a protester from behind to the ground.
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin spoke with KTVU's Sal Castaneda on The Nine on Friday, April 17, 2020.
Immigration activists rallied in San Francisco on Monday at the same location where U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested a man as he was entering a court hearing less than a week ago.
A defense attorney for the man facing charges in the attack and robbery of an elderly Chinese man in SF's Bayview district says there are no racial elements to this case.
KTVU Legal Expert Michael Cardoza weighs in on Chesa Boudin's changes, announced Friday.
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin launched new policies aimed at combating racial disparities and mass incarceration.
City-wide auto burglaries are down, but the District Attorney says there are still way too many, so he's putting his money where his mouth is, asking the city to approve more than $1.5 million to pay for broken windows in the city.
Christien Kafton reports from San Francisco.
The San Francisco Police Officer's Association is asking the U.S. attorney's office to prosecute a man who attacked officers last year.
San Francisco's District Attorney Chesa Boudin is making good on a campaign promise and has moved to eliminate cash bail effective immediately.
The San Francisco District Attorney's Office will no longer require cash bail for defendants to get out of custody before trial.
The San Francisco District Attorney's Office will implement a new state law meant to keep parents of minor children out of jail.
Boudin, a former public defender, has promised to overhaul what he calls a "broken justice system" with a focus on racial equality.
Boudin said he'd like to work with police to reduce property crime, with auto burglaries at the top of his list.