In the past year alone, domestic violence centers and organizations say they have seen an increase in the number of victims that they assist. The rise has posed problems for some organizations, because of a...
Court documents submitted in an ongoing case indicate that Richmond Police Department Sergeant Michael Rood sent “numerous inappropriate and sexually suggestive” text messages to the head of a medical marijuana dispensary he was tasked with...
A coalition of advocacy groups is challenging the legal right of the California Department of Motor Vehicles to suspend the driver’s licenses of those who cannot afford to pay traffic fines.
City Council had a packed agenda for this week’s meeting but spent most of the evening in conversation with community organizations and the Richmond police about preventing further violence in the city.
A new set of documents filed in an ongoing court case suggest that the heads of Richmond’s three medical marijuana dispensaries may have paid City Councilmembers to back legislation favorable to the dispensaries.
On Tuesday the City Council reviewed a draft of an ordinance that would limit subsidized housing providers’ ability to reject applicants with criminal histories.
Richmond City Council candidate Jim Rogers discusses crime, housing and jobs in an interview with Richmond Pulse.
Four police officers will be terminated from the Richmond Police Department for their conduct and involvement with a 19-year-old woman formerly known as “Celeste Guap.”
Over 300 people attended a Clean Slate Day in North Richmond, organized by the Contra Costa County Office of the Public Defender, in the hopes of clearing their criminal records.
Richmond residents mourn Eric Brown, 21, of Richmond, who was fatally shot at La Moine Valley View Park on Monday night.
Some groups in Richmond are coming together and others are clashing in the wake of a recent spate of shootings that has rocked the community.
On Sunday, lowriders from Richmond and beyond gathered on 23rd Street for a "Cruise for Peace" in the wake of recent gun violence.
19-year-old Dawaun Rice of Richmond has been charged with the murder of Javonte Prothro, who was fatally shot on Monday at the corner of S.47th Street and Carlson Boulevard.