A Northern California school district is facing tough questions after denying police access to four students suspected in an attempted homicide.
Newsom Deploys CHP Officers to Crime-Ridden East Bay
Brittany Maldonado 02/08/2024 - 10:08 AM
Governor Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday that he is sending 120 California Highway Patrol officers to Alameda County and Oakland.
More Oakland Businesses Shut Their Doors Because of Crime
Brittany Maldonado 02/05/2024 - 5:25 PM
More businesses are leaving Oakland because of rising crime.
In and Out: How a Fast Food Restaurant Became the Embodiment of Oakland’s Safety Woes
Brittany Maldonado 01/23/2024 - 10:15 AM
Fast food burger chain In-N-Out has announced the closure of its Oakland location because of rising crime.
This month, the East Palo Alto Police Department announced that there were exactly zero homicides committed in the city in 2023. It’s an extraordinary feat, given the situation three decades ago.
A study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications suggests California’s wildfires may be turning benign, naturally-occu
California experienced a 3.7% increase in violent crime last year, despite a 1.7% decrease nationwide.
Public Safety Hangs in the Balance as Negotiations Between Willows and Sheriff's Office Hit Stalemate
A contract dispute between the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office and the City of Willows could soon leave city residents without many policing services.
A controversial zero-bail policy took effect in Los Angeles County on Sunday, October 1.
Report Urges Oakland Mayor to Consider Reinstating Police Chief
Brittany Maldonado 09/19/2023 - 9:42 AM
A new report from retired California judge Maria P.