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The FBI used millions of dollars, liquor and cigarettes seized in other cases and more than a dozen undercover operatives in an elaborate, seven-year sting operation targeting a San Francisco Chinatown association thought to be a front for a not...
An appeals court said Wednesday that federal officials should have consulted wildlife agencies about potential harm to a tiny, threatened fish before issuing contracts for water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
A central figure in a sweeping San Francisco organized crime and public corruption case has pleaded not guilty.
Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow, a central figure in a sweeping San Francisco organized crime and public corruption case, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to money laundering and other charges related to the investigation.
Federal prosecutors said Friday more charges and defendants are expected to be added to a sweeping organized crime and public corruption case centered in San Francisco's Chinatown.
A lawyer for a key figure in a sweeping investigation of organized crime in San Francisco's Chinatown argued Thursday that the FBI probe appeared to be failing until a state senator was ensnared in the case.
Suspended state Sen. Leland Yee pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to bribery and gun charges two weeks after he was arrested as part of an FBI sting targeting political corruption and an alleged organized crime syndicate based in San Francisco's...
The San Diego County sheriff denied Edward Peruta a permit to carry a concealed weapon. Christopher Haga’s gun collection was seized, and he was charged with crimes after he was mistakenly linked to a theft of assault weapons from a Fresno...
State Sen. Leland Yee, a San Francisco Democrat, is accused of conspiring to connect an undercover FBI agent with a Philippines arms dealer in exchange for campaign contributions, and of trading political influence for cash.
Californians have flooded several sheriff’s offices with applications and inquiries for permits to carry concealed guns. Merced County, however, did not see a spike in permit applications, Sheriff Tom Cavallero said.