4 San Jose Police Officers on Leave During Investigation Into Racist PostsFour San Jose police officers have been placed on administrative leave while the department investigates a private Facebook group of active and retired officers that includes racist comments. Da Lin reports. (6-27-20)
San Jose Police Recruits Graduate to Unsettled FutureThis year San Jose police academy training was extended by two months due to the coronavirus and these recruits are entering the force amid massive civil unrest and police reform. Devin Fehely reports. (6-26-20)
Merged Police-Firefighter Department Makes Sunnyvale Model for City ReformMinneapolis approved a plan to create a new public safety system in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death. As it happens, Sunnyvale has been operating under that model since 1950. Kenny Choi reports. (6-26-20)
State Officials Weigh Options as COVID-19 Numbers SpikeThe numbers are up but what does the uptick in coronavirus infections mean for California reopening plans? Andria Borba reports. (6-25-20)
Surge in COVID-19 Cases Prompts State Officials to Consider Rolling Back ReopeningAs California hit a 3,792 COVID-19 hospitalizations over the weekend, Gov. Newsom warned Monday that tougher restrictions could once again be enforced. Maria Medina reports. (6-22-20)
Bay Area Attorney Sues Facebook, Calls Site's Standards Enforcement Inconsistent, CapriciousA Bay Area attorney known for suing e-mail spammers is suing Facebook after having his account blocked numerous times for what he says is protected political speech. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-22-20)
South Bay Leaders Propose to Treat Racism as Public Health CrisisSanta Clara County supervisors Dave Cortese and Cindy Chavez are pushing to declare racism a public health crisis and support the Black Lives Matter movement. Len Ramirez reports. (6-22-20)
Gov. Newsom Issues Sweeping Mask MandateCalifornia on Thursday started requiring people throughout the state to wear face coverings in most indoor settings and outdoors when distancing isn't possible. Andria Borba reports. (6-18-20)
Bay Area Leaders React to DACA Supreme Court RulingKPIX 5's Anne Makovec spoke with Gov. Gavin Newsom about the surprise ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court upholding DACA. (6-18-20)
Newsom Says Response to Virus is Working, Cautions Against ComplacencyCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday outlined the progress the state had made during the coronavirus pandemic while warning that the state was “not out of the woods.” Andria Borba reports. (6-15-20)
Supreme Court Rules LGBT Workers Protected by LawThe U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees are protected from workplace discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Devin Fehely reports. (6-15-20)
Oakland Police Join Peaceful Black Lives Matter DemonstrationSeveral police officers joined a Black Lives Matter car caravan through the streets of Oakland Sunday. Kenny Choi reports. (6-14-20)
San Francisco, San Jose Police Unions Commit to ReformThe San Francisco and San Jose police unions published a bold plan for reform in a full-page newspaper ad on Sunday. Devin Fehely reports. (6-14-20)
Settlement Gives City 5 Weeks to Clear Most Homeless Tents From S.F. TenderloinIn San Francisco's Tenderloin District, epicenter of the city's homelessness crisis, there is a legal deadline for the city to get people off sidewalks where the number of tents has exploded in the past year and a half. Wilson Walker reports. (6-13-20)
Protesters: Defund Vallejo Police; Independent Investigation: Spend More for ReformA newly-released independent report highlights issues within the Vallejo police department after almost a year-long analysis. Da Lin reports. (6-13-20)
Mayor London Breed Reveals Priorities for San Francisco Police ReformMayor London Breed on Thursday announced her vision to fundamentally change the nature of policing in San Francisco. Andria Borba reports. (6-11-20)
Facing Class-Action Lawsuit, Oakland Police Chief Admits Reform NeededThe Oakland police department is facing a class-action lawsuit over the use of rubber bullets and other tactics to break up protests. Kiet Do reports. (6-11-20)
Sister Of Fallen Oakland Federal Guard Testifies Before CongressThe sister of federal security guard David Patrick Underwood who was ambushed in a hail of bullets during a night of intense protests and unrest in Oakland, testified before Congress, on Wednesday.
Rejecting Modest Reform, Activists Call for Defunding Oakland Police DepartmentAs Americans continue to protest the death of black Americans at the hand of law enforcement officers, many are calling for either police reform or a defunding of police departments. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-8-20)
Activists Outline Police Policy Changes in Wake of Protests Following Floyd KillingAfter two weeks of protests and unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, activists have begun to outline some of the specific policy changes they want to see enacted. Devin Fehely reports. (6-8-20)
SF Mayor Breed Calls for Redirecting Police Funding to Black CommunitySan Francisco mayor London Breed announced efforts to redirect city funding from the city's police department to the city's African American community in the city's upcoming budget. Kenny Choi reports. (6-5-20)
Governor's Midday Update: Criminal Justice ReformGov. Gavin Newsom described inequities in the state’s justice system that need to be fixed during a news conference Friday at the California Museum in Sacramento. (6-5-20)
Weeklong, Dusk-to-Dawn Curfew Announced for San JoseAfter a weekend filled with violent demonstrations, San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo announced Sunday he was placing the city on a dusk-to-dawn curfew for at a least week. Kenny Choi reports. (5-31-20)
Governor's Noon Update: Thoughts on the George Floyd KillingGov. Gavin Newsom began his noon news conference by reflecting on the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and lessons to be learned by Californians and all Americans. (5-29-20)

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