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An Occupy Wall Street encampment at Santa Rosa City Hall. (CBS)

Occupy Santa Rosa Camp Shrinking As Permits Expire

Campers at the “Occupy Santa Rosa” site at City Hall were taking down their tents Tuesday because their camping permits expire on Wednesday.


An Occupy Oakland protestor moves his tent at the grassy area of a foreclosed property. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Occupy Encampment Cleared From Private Oakland Lot

Police in riot gear watched 200 protesters dismantled the west Oakland encampment Tuesday night. Protesters were warned to clear out by 8:30 p.m.


A group of Occupy Oakland protesters stand on the sidewalk after being evicted from their encampment at Snow Park, November 21, 2011. (CBS)

Last Occupy Oakland Encampment At Snow Park Dismantled

Police cleared an Occupy Oakland encampment from Snow Park early Monday morning, leaving Oakland without any Occupy encampment for the first time since Oct. 26.


A gun found on an Occupy SF protester, November 8, 2011. (SFPD)

Man With Concealed Gun Arrested At Occupy SF Camp

A 23-year-old man was arrested Tuesday afternoon for allegedly carrying a concealed, unloaded handgun inside the Occupy SF encampment at San Francisco’s Justin Herman Plaza, a police spokesman said Wednesday.


Protesters at the "Occupy Oakland" encampment next to City Hall on October 21, 2011. (CBS)

‘Occupy Oakland’ Protesters Defy Eviction Notice

“Occupy Oakland” protesters were given a notice by city officials Thursday to vacate Frank Ogawa Plaza, but the order was not enforced overnight and demonstrators say they don’t plan on leaving.

CBS San Francisco–10/21/2011

Santa Clara County sheriff’s deputies and state authorities eradicated nearly 20,000 marijuana plants worth an estimated $30 million at Mount Madonna County Park on July 20, 2011. (Santa Clara County Sheriff)

California Budget Cuts Threaten Marijuana Eradication Efforts

The summertime hunt for covert marijuana growing operations in California could be seriously scaled back next year unless state officials find a way to restore $1 million of lost funding.


Artist’s rendering of East Oakland Community Library (

Oakland Summer Programs May Fall Victim To Lean Budget

Parents in Oakland may have a tougher time finding city-sponsored activities for their children this summer because the city may not be able to afford services and programs that have been offered in past years.


Walker Creek Ranch, Marin County

Marin County Camp Outbreak Confirmed As Norovirus

A norovirus outbreak that sickened 75 students and adults at Walker Creek Ranch last week has been traced to a student who was exposed to the virus before arriving at the west Marin County outdoor education school.

CBS San Francisco–02/08/2011