A day of action by Occupy Oakland activists on Monday resulted in tense encounters with police and counter-protesters but there weren’t any arrests or reports of violence.
San Francisco City Hall on Monday planned to hold hearings on the plight of homeless children in its midst. There are an untold number of kids and parents within city limits who have no place to call home.
Campers at the “Occupy Santa Rosa” site at City Hall were taking down their tents Tuesday because their camping permits expire on Wednesday.
Police have cleared more than half the tents from the Occupy Santa Rosa encampment around city hall that some protesters say had morphed into a homeless camp.
The protesters are now building a garden where tents once stood near Oakland City Hall.
A top legal adviser to Oakland’s mayor has resigned over the decision to raid the Occupy Oakland encampment Monday.
The head of the union that represents Oakland’s police officers said Tuesday that officers are “very confused” about what he said are mixed messages from the city’s leaders about Occupy Oakland.
Santa Rosa police will not arrest “Occupy Santa Rosa” participants if they camp out at the City Hall complex, according to a decision by city officials Saturday afternoon.
Police arrested seven more ‘Occupy San Jose’ protesters early Tuesday morning, and one protester remained perched atop a large wall outside City Hall.
Police arrested eight “Occupy San Jose” protesters and cited one early Friday morning at City Hall as part of a pre-planned operation.