Residents react after a public works employee power-washed the display following complaint of graffiti.
San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton on Tuesday introduced an ordinance to outlaw racially motivated 911 calls.
Activists are drawing attention to the power of Black consumers and their allies with a new 'Blackout Day' movement that calls for social justice.
Contra Costa County District Attorney's office on Tuesday charged two people with a hate crime for defacing a Black Lives Matter mural in Martinez on July 4. Neighbors say they are surprised at this behavior.
The community gathered Tuesday night in San Francisco's Bayview District where calls for justice reverberated for a 6-year-old boy was killed over the holiday weekend, seemingly in a case of senseless gun violence.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday launched an all-out effort pressing state and local officials to reopen schools this fall, arguing that some are keeping schools closed not because of the risks from the coronavirus pandemic, but for political reasons.
Professor of Asian American studies at San Francisco State University Russell Jeung says a pair of videos making the rounds on social media highlight what he says is a form of white nationalism, and an effort to cast Asian and Asian Americans as "other."
Santa Clara County officials Tuesday announced things have been "straightened out" with the state and a resubmitted request for a variance has been approved by state officials. Meanwhile, San Francisco is reevaluating the reopening of hair salons, gyms and the zoo and expects to have an update by the end of the week.
Crews carried out a statue of Christopher Columbus from the center of the California Capitol rotunda on Tuesday, three weeks after legislative leaders announced it would be removed.
Tom Vacar reports.
The father of the 6-year-old boy shot and killed in San Francisco's Bayview District July 4, made an impassioned plea for answers as he spoke publicly Tuesday for the first time with city officials at his side.
A person has been arrested for killing a doctor from Danville who was on a holiday trip in the Sierra. Last Friday the doctor was off-roading with his 15-year-old son when he was shot and killed, while his son managed to escape after hiding in the wilderness for 30 hours.
Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Tuesday announced the multi-state lawsuit that names President Trump, Education Secretary Betsy Devos and the U.S. Department of Education.
County health officials say that as newly confirmed coronavirus cases jump, businesses may have to shut down.
City officials say that indoor dining can't happen until coronavirus infection rates go down.
Authorities are investigating reports of an active shooter at a marine base in Southern California.
Sara Zendehnam reports.
Authorities one person in custody accused of killing a Danville doctor in a remote area in Sierra County,
Allie Rasmus reports.
A woman who witnesses say was being kidnapped in Vallejo turned up at the police station to say she was not the victim of a crime.