Derek Chauvin Sentenced To 22 Years In Prison For Murder of George FloydDerek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd, was sentenced Friday afternoon to 270 months - 22-and-a-half years - in prison.
A Year After George Floyd's Death, Some Say Progress Towards Justice Has StalledTuesday marked the one year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd as his family met with President Joe Biden in hopes he would sign a police reform bill into law.
Activists March in Los Altos to Commemorate Death of George FloydSeveral protests around the Bay Area marked the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd, but one of the larger events took place in the unlikeliest of cities: Los Altos.
Some Advocates Say SFPD Has Made Progress on Reforms, But Not EnoughSince George Floyd's death a year ago, local residents might be wondering what type of law enforcement changes have happened here in the Bay Area.
Alicia Garza On Progress Of Social Change, Police Funding In Bay AreaAlicia Garza, co-creator of Black Lives Matter, on the progress of social change since George Floyd was killed.
Suspects Arrested For Bloody Vandalism Of Derek Chauvin Defense Witness' Former Santa Rosa HomeThree suspects have been arrested in connection with an early morning vandalism of the former Santa Rosa home of Barry Brodd, who testified as a defense witness in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, that left the residence smeared with animal blood and had a severed pig's head dumped on the front porch.
Incarcerated People Share Reactions To Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictThe Prison Journalism Project received responses from incarcerated people and correctional officers from across the county about the Derek Chauvin verdict.
UPDATE: Early Morning Looting Caravan Targets Stores In Emeryville, Oakland; One Suspect ArrestedA roving gang of looters targeted the GameStop and Best Buy stores in Emeryville late Wednesday night, shattering windows, ransacking shelves before fleeing with an unknown amount of merchandise.
Raiders Owner Mark Davis Defends Posting 'I Can Breathe' Tweet Following George Floyd VerdictFollowing a backlash on social media, Mark Davis, owner of the Las Vegas Raider, received thanks from the brother of George Floyd his support, which Davis expressed in a statement on Twitter after the police officer who killed Floyd was convicted.
Hope, Skepticism: Oaklanders Share Of Feelings About Guilty Verdict In George Floyd Murder TrialIn Oakland, a sense of calm reigns since the jury in Minneapolis delivered a guilty verdict against Derek Chauvin. But while there is hope that this case signals change, there is also skepticism.
Derek Chauvin Trial: San Francisco DA Boudin Says 'A Long Way To Go' On Reform After Guilty VerdictsSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin said there remains a long way to go in holding police accountable following the conviction of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
Derek Chauvin Trial: South Bay Activists Relieved By Guilty VerdictActivists and civil rights leaders across the Bay Area took to the street to express their feelings of relief in the wake of the guilty verdict against Derek Chauvin Tuesday.
Bay Area Sports Teams React To Chauvin Guilty Verdict On Social MediaSports franchises around the Bay Area reacted to the guilty verdict against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin Tuesday afternoon with social media posts.
Derek Chauvin Trial: Bay Area Law Enforcement Calls For Peaceful Demonstrations After VerdictPolice departments around the Bay Area issued calls for calm and offered reassurance that officers were prepared for protests Tuesday ahead of the announcement of the jury's verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
Derek Chauvin Trial: Bay Area Lawmakers React To Guilty Verdicts In George Floyd KillingA jury in Minneapolis Tuesday found former police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all charges in the killing of George Floyd, prompting responses from people all over the Bay Area.