Civic Center Station
A civil rights lawsuit filed by the family of a homeless man fatally shot by a BART police officer at a San Francisco station two years ago has been dismissed by a federal magistrate in Oakland.
The family of a homeless man who was fatally shot by a BART police officer last July has filed a wrongful death and civil rights lawsuit claiming that he didn’t pose a serious danger even though he was armed with two knives and a bottle.
About two-dozen anti-BART protesters marched along San Francisco’s Market Street Monday evening in the fifth consecutive Monday rush-hour demonstration.
Another Monday means another protest at downtown San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit stations.
Bay Area Rapid Transit officials are again warning passengers of a possible service delay during the Monday evening commute through San Francisco on word of a planned protest at the Civic Center station.
Cellphone service was cut off at several San Francisco BART stations on Thursday, all in an effort to quell a potential demonstration and protest.
Bay Area Rapid Transit officials held a news conference Thursday afternoon to release video of the fatal officer-involved shooting at the Civic Center station in San Francisco on July 3.
With many questions still unanswered, some Bay Area Rapid Transit directors are worried about the pace of an investigation into a fatal officer-involved shooting at Civic Center Station.
BART’s top cop said a man fatally shot by BART police at the Civic Center station was actually brandishing two knives at the time of the shooting on July 3.
A newly-formed board that will serve as a watchdog for Bay Area Rapid Transit Police was set to hold its first meeting Tuesday – with the July 3rd fatal BART police shooting in San Francisco at the top of the list of priorities.