Occupy Movement

Occupy Oakland Calls For General Strike

Port Of Oakland Calls Possible Shutdown ‘Disruptive To Community’

The Port of Oakland is planning a proactive approach with law enforcement to stay open on Monday when protesters attempt to shut it down for a second time.


Occupy protest sign.  (CBS SF)

East Bay Clergyman Helps Launch Occupy Fremont

An East Bay clergyman who was arrested because of participation in Occupy Oakland, was inspired to start an Occupy movement in Fremont.


Occupy Oakland Threatened With Eviction

KCBS In Depth: Tuition Hikes, Occupy Movement And The State Budget

An interview with Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom on how local officials are handling the Occupy protests, higher education and the ongoing state budget deficit.


Police at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley (CBS)

Police Shoot Man With Gun Near Occupy Cal Protests At UC Berkeley

A man with a gun was shot and wounded by police inside the Haas School of Business on the University of California, Berkeley campus near the scene of Occupy Cal protests Tuesday afternoon.


Police officers surround the Occupy Oakland camp to secure the area before moving into the camp to take down tents to evict the protesters on November 14, 2011. (Photo by KIMIHIRO HOSHINO/AFP/Getty Images)

Oakland, Other Cities Deny Coordinated Effort For Nationwide Occupy Crackdown

While riot police sweeping through Occupy Wall Street tent cities recently may suggest a coordinated national effort, authorities maintain it was a coincidence.


Occupy Oakland protesters camp outside City Hall on November 2, 2011.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

CBS 5 Poll: Rising Disatisfaction Over Occupy Oakland & Mayor Quan

Oakland residents have now grown divided over the Occupy movement, but continue to have very strong negative opinions of Mayor Jean Quan, according to a newly released KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll.


Police form a line between protestors and Frank H. Ogawa Plaza during the eviction of the Occupy Oakland camp on November 14, 2011. (Mathew Sumner/Getty Images)

Police Clear Out Occupy Oakland Camp; Dozens Arrested

Thirty-two people were arrested Monday morning in what appears to have been a largely peaceful police sweep of Frank Ogawa Plaza to clear out the Occupy Oakland encampment that has stood outside City Hall for weeks.


Occupy Oakland encampment in front of Oakland City Hall. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Occupy Oakland Encampment Includes Liberals, Homeless, Drifters & Anarchists

Are they an organized political movement or is it pure anarchy inside the encampment at Oakland’s Frank Oagawa Plaza?


Artwork errected by the Occupy Oakland movement Thursday morning in Frank Ogawa Plaza. (KCBS photo/Holly Quan)

New Occupy Oakland Protests Closely Watched

Following a violent clash between Occupy Oakland protesters and police earlier this week, a new round of protests in Oakland could be a bellwether on whether police have agitated or suppressed the movement, according to some analysts.


An Occupy Wall Street protester sets up a walkway made out of pallets in a tent city in front of Oakland City Hall on October 13, 2011. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Oakland ‘Occupiers’ Hold Their Ground Despite City Order To Vacate

Hundreds of anti-Wall Street protesters defiantly remained at their campsite outside Oakland’s City Hall early Saturday, despite a city order to vacate.