Oakland Police Department Issues 33 Disciplinary Actions for Tear Gas Use at 2020 George Floyd ProtestsPolice officials in Oakland on Wednesday offered some details regarding nearly three dozen disciplinary actions against officers for using tear gas during the city's George Floyd protests a year ago.
Oakland School Board Gives Final Approval To Resolution Removing Police From SchoolsOakland school board members passed in a final vote Wednesday evening a resolution to remove police from schools, a school district spokesman said.
UPDATE: Nine Charged In Downtown Walnut Creek Looting As Police Seek More SuspectsNine people have been charged by the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office in connection with the May 31 rampage in downtown Walnut Creek in which 39 businesses were victims of looting and related property damages, police said Tuesday.
Police Reform: San Jose Council Considers Rubber Bullet Ban Proposed By MayorMembers of the San Jose City Council on Tuesday are discussing a proposal to ban the firing of rubber bullets during crowded protests.
'My Responsibility And My Duty' - 49ers' Arik Armstead Uses Platform To Promote Social Justice IssuesArmstead is using his weekly media sessions to get across messages he wants to deliver, saying he will highlight one social justice issue that he has been studying each time before taking questions from the media.
George Floyd Protests: San Jose Not Pursuing Charges Against Those Who Broke CurfewThe city of San Jose will not pursue charges against those arrested for breaking a citywide curfew imposed May 31 in the wake of civil unrest and protests.
Facebook, Online Bans Fail To Silence US Extremists Drawn To ProtestsFacebook, Discord and other mainstream internet services have banned accounts linked to anti-government extremists, but the recent protests in Kenosha and elsewhere illustrate how easy it can be for them to work around these digital roadblocks.
Oakland Lawmaker Denounces Pence For Linking Officer's Killing To Protests, Omitting Alt-Right 'Boogaloo' ArrestOakland City Council President Rebecca Kaplan denounced Vice President Mike Pence Thursday, a day after his remarks on the killing of federal officer Patrick Underwood that omitted any mention of the suspect being linked to the alt-right "Boogaloo" movement associated with white supremacy.
Menlo Park Names New Interim Police ChiefMenlo Park City Manager Starla Jerome-Robinson on Thursday announced former Pleasanton Police Chief David Spiller as the city's interim police chief.
Giants Manager, Players Kneel During Anthem Before Battle Of The Bay 6-2 Win Over A'sGiants manager Gabe Kapler and several of his players knelt during the national anthem before their 6-2 exhibition victory against the Oakland Athletics.
Vallejo Police Release Body Cam Video Of Fatal June 2 Officer-Involved ShootingPolice in Vallejo on Wednesday released body camera footage of the fatal officer-involved shooting on June 2 that left unarmed San Francisco resident Sean Monterrosa dead.
Police Brutality Protesters Gather At Antioch City Hall, Seek Removal Of 2 OfficersProtesters calling for an end to police brutality gathered outside City Hall in Antioch on Monday, calling for the removal of two officers.
Vallejo Police Announces Support For '8 Can't Wait' Campaign On Police Use-Of-Force PoliciesThe Vallejo Police Department announced Thursday it supports the "8 Can't Wait" policy initiatives formed in response to the police killing of George Floyd amid the growing Black Lives Matter movement.
Twitter Puts Warning On Trump Tweet For 'Threat Of Harm' Against DC ProtestersTwitter on Tuesday put a warning label on a tweet from President Donald Trump.
Black Lives Matter Horse Ride Held Along Oakland's Skyline TrailHundreds of horse riders showed up for a ride along the Skyline Trail in Oakland over the weekend in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.