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A group calling themselves 'Wild Old Women' protest outside the Bank of America Bernal Heights branch in San Francisco, January 5, 2012. (CBS)

‘Wild Old Women’ Close San Francisco Bank Of America Branch

It was a slow-moving Occupy Wall Street protest, but it was an effective one. A dozen senior citizens calling themselves “the wild old women” succeeded in closing a Bank of America branch in Bernal Heights Thursday.



Walnut Creek Banks Vandalized With ‘Foreclosure’ Tag

Police in Walnut Creek are searching for a suspect who repeatedly vandalized two banks, scrawling the word “Foreclosure” over a Bank of America branch and a Chase bank branch over the last two weeks.


Henry Albert Smith, Vallejo Police officer shooting suspect

Alleged Vallejo Cop Killer Makes 1st Court Appearance

The man accused of fatally shooting Vallejo police Officer James Capoot during a chase that followed a bank robbery last week made his first appearance in Solano County Superior Court Monday afternoon.


Investigators at the scene of a Vallejo officer shooting (CBS)

Vallejo Police Officer Killed In Shootout With Suspected Bank Robbers

A Vallejo police officer was shot and killed in a shootout with a pair of suspected bank robbers, law enforcement officials said.


Bank Of America Protesters Pitch Tent

Occupy SF Protesters Arrested After Swarming Downtown Bank Lobby

Police arrested dozens of Occupy SF protesters who stormed a Bank of America branch on California Street in San Francisco during a march Wednesday afternoon, and refused to leave.


Mike Fox, Sr. (CBS)

Successful South Bay Businessman Joins Bank Transfer Movement

Well-known Silicon Valley businessman Mike Fox, Sr., a beer magnate and philanthropist, was to announce on Friday his plans to divest his long-held personal account with Bank of America.



AG Harris Won’t Agree To Foreclosure Settlement With Big Banks

California Attorney General Kamala Harris said Friday that she will not agree to a settlement over foreclosure abuses that federal officials and other state attorneys general are negotiating with major U.S. banks.



Hundreds Protest Wall Street, Banks In Downtown San Francisco

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of San Francisco Thursday to protest Wall Street banks and six were arrested, police said.


A sign outside a Bank of America branch in San Francisco. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

California To Feel Impact Of Bank of America Job Cuts

Bank of America, one of California’s largest employers, will cut about 30,000 jobs over the next few years in a bid to save $5 billion per year.


Foreclosed homes on Lucas Street in Richmond (CBS)

Banks Find Loophole To Avoid Cleaning Up Richmond Foreclosures

Richmond has some of the most strict laws about taking care of foreclosed properties, but residents say three banks have found a way around those regulations.