SF Supes Confirm Malia Cohen For Police CommissionThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously confirmed former supervisor Malia Cohen to the San Francisco Police Commission on Tuesday.
Death Of Mario Woods Part Of Long History Of Racial Tension In San FranciscoThe death of Mario Woods five years ago brought police reforms to San Francisco that were five decades in the making.
Report: Mario Woods Officer-Involved Shooting Inspired Kaepernick's Anthem ProtestIt was ultimately a means of taking on police brutality and systemic racial injustice, but former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick says his decision to kneel in protest during the pregame National Anthem began with one man -- Mario Woods.
Mario Woods' Mother, San Francisco Reach $400K Settlement In Fatal Police ShootingSan Francisco will pay $400,000 to the mother of a black man who was fatally shot by five police officers to settle a lawsuit over his death.
Mario Woods' Family Settles Lawsuit Over Fatal 2015 San Francisco Police ShootingThe family of Mario Woods, shot dead by San Francisco police officers in 2015, has settled a lawsuit against the city.
New Video Evidence Prompts Federal Lawsuit For 2015 SF ShootingA federal judge ruled that there is now enough evidence to put the case of Mario Woods before a jury. New video footage from the high-profile police shooting in San Francisco will be part of an upcoming trial.
Judge: 'Videos Cast Doubt' On San Francisco Police Officers' Account Of Mario Woods ShootingFederal judge rules video of a racially charged, fatal San Francisco police shooting "casts doubt" on officers' accounts that a black man was moving quickly toward them when they opened fire.
Families Of Men Killed In SFPD Shootings Want AG Becerra To InvestigateAn attorney representing the families of the decedents said Tuesday that he will take the cases to state Attorney General Xavier Becerra.
DA: No Charges In High Profile San Francisco Officer-Involved ShootingsAn apologetic San Francisco District Attorney announced Thursday that no charges will be filed against the SFPD officers involved in two high-profile fatal officer-involved shootings cases.
New SFPD Chief Faces Public In Bayview Town HallPolice use of force was the hot topic at a packed town hall in San Francisco Thursday night, when the city's new police chief faced the public for the first time.
Demonstrations Commemorate Anniversary of SF Police Shooting Death of Mario WoodsA group of more than a dozen protesters demonstrated Friday afternoon on the one-year anniversary of the fatal police shooting of Mario Woods.
San Francisco Marks Mario Woods Day As Police Unions ObjectFriday has been declared “Mario Woods Day” in San Francisco, to remember a man who was fatally shot by police last year. Meanwhile, law enforcement groups have raised their objections.
SF Police Commission Proposes Changes To Use Of Deadly ForceThe San Francisco Police Commission unanimously approved a new policy Wednesday night putting in place some limits to the use of deadly force by officers.
Mario Woods Protesters Get Plea Deal In SFO Christmas BlockadeThe protesters blocked the U.S. Highway 101 off-ramp to the airport at about noon on Dec. 23, unfurling a banner that read “Justice for Mario Woods.”
Police Transparency Bill Gathers Steam After California Officers Kill An Estimated 211 People Last YearA transparency bill is gathering steam after California police killed an estimated 211 people last year, including Mario Woods and Amilcar Perez Lopez in San Francisco.