Renters complain that their landlords are demanding payment, threatening eviction, or using other tactics to put pressure on them despite rent and eviction moratoriums during the pandemic.
Struggling to survive, Latino and Hispanic communities in the Bay Area are at a disadvantage amid the coronavirus pandemic and at the highest risk of catching and spreading COVID-19.
The Oakland Police Department said it began allowing sex offenders to register in person or remotely on Tuesday after KTVU began asking questions about its shuttered registry unit.
The Oakland Police Department has suspended registrations for sex offenders during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, offenders who want to follow the law are in violation and the city has no up-to-date records on the locations of hundreds of sex offenders.
Farmers in California report food is increasingly going to waste amid the coronavirus pandemic. They are bracing for major financial losses because of slowing production and purchases among restaurants, schools and businesses.
Some newly registered California nurses are left sitting at home. Many have been applying, but said even with the coronavirus pandemic, they can't get a job.
An investigation into a 2017 gas explosion in San Francisco has resulted in a citation and $900,000 fine for utility PG&E because it failed to properly seal and cap a line more than 14 years ago.
Some San Francisco Muni bus drivers said they don't feel safe after five employees tested positive for COVID-19 and they're taking matters into their own hands to protect themselves.
Pallets of masks that were once government surplus have been auctioned off for tens of thousands of dollars amid the coronavirus pandemic and states are in a fierce battle to get them in the hands of first responders.
With 50 percent of the California homeless population over age 50, plans and precautions must be put in place now to prevent widespread illness and death.
Thousands of Tesla employees were still working Wednesday even with Alameda County's "shelter in place" order. The company blamed "conflicting guidance."
State auditors are will examine spending and conditions at Alameda County jails after local officials' “refusal” to open an audit into the sheriff’s department, despite multiple calls for stronger oversight from local legislators and inmates’ rights activists.
There's a loophole that enables California voters to cast two ballots and if elections officials aren't looking for it, double voting can go undetected.
Chris Spadaro resigned Thursday afternoon, following an IA investigation launched at the end of January by his ex-girlfriend, Reshmika Dayal.
In Oakland, a longtime landlord has had a history of dilapidated and dangerous properties and the city has failed to adequately follow-up. As a result, many people and families are living in deplorable conditions including mold, lead, rodents and safety hazards.
Delivery workers are suing Linn Star Transfer Inc. claiming they're misclassified as independent contractors instead of employees and receive no minimum wage, no overtime and no coverage of business-related expenses despite having little control of their loads, schedules or routes.
Some lawmakers argue it's allowing the utility to benefit from what should be a penalty, but because the settlement is not technically a fine, PG&E says it can deduct the money from its federal and state taxes.
KTVU’s review of autopsies dating back five years shows that 2019 was the deadliest year since 2014 for inmate jail deaths.
The former dilapidated hotel in Oakland will soon reopen as affordable housing.
Wildfire safety complaints voiced to PG&E by a veteran lineman were ignored and led to his termination, according to a $7.6 million lawsuit filed against the bankrupt utility.