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Tuesday, Jul 13, 2010

Mehserle Verdict Spills on to Fresno Scene

Mehserle Verdict Spills on to Fresno Scene

As Oakland brushes itself off and takes stock of the damage caused by last week's riot, a city in the Central Valley is cleaning up some vandalism of its own related to the Johannes Mehserle verdict.

Monday, Jul 12, 2010

Family Not Impressed with Mehserle Letter

Family Not Impressed with Mehserle Letter

Oscar Grant's family speaks out about the former BART officer's letter of apology.

Sunday, Jul 11, 2010

"No Words Can Express How Truly Sorry I Am"

"No Words Can Express How Truly Sorry I Am"

Johannes Mehserle releases a handwritten apology for killing Oscar Grant.

Friday, Jul 9, 2010

In Solidarity With Oakland

In Solidarity With Oakland

Anger and frustration over the Mehserle verdict is not bound by state borders.

Friday, Jul 9, 2010

Department of Justice to Probe Mehserle Case

Department of Justice to Probe Mehserle Case

U.S. Justice Dept. to determine if case warrants federal prosecution.

Friday, Jul 9, 2010

Cleaning Up Oakland

Cleaning Up Oakland

Peaceful demonstrations turned into violent displays of anger but it could have been worse.

Friday, Jul 9, 2010

Oakland Reacts to Mehserle Verdict

Oakland Reacts to Mehserle Verdict

Jury finds former BART officer guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

Friday, Jul 9, 2010

Verdict Affirms Shooting Was a Mistake: BART Lawyer

Verdict Affirms Shooting Was a Mistake: BART Lawyer

An attorney for BART said tonight that Johannes Mehserle's involuntary manslaughter conviction for the shooting death of Oscar Grant III is consistent with the transit agency's position that the shooting was a...

Friday, Jul 9, 2010

Arrest Numbers Rise in Oakland, Firefighters Called Downtown

Arrest Numbers Rise in Oakland, Firefighters Called Downtown

Police have made more than 50 arrests.

Thursday, Jul 8, 2010

Protesters Pelt Officers With Fireworks

Protesters Pelt Officers With Fireworks

Protesters have begun throwing M-1000 fireworks at law enforcement officers and other demonstrators in downtown Oakland.

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