Tag: Mario Woods

Release the tapes

"Release the tapes.” That was the chant in Charlotte, N.C., this past week as protesters demanded the police department make…

2 years ago

Kaepernick’s national anthem stance fuels local dispute over SF police

Two unlikely issues crossed paths this week in San Francisco: a football player’s stance on the national anthem and the…

2 years ago

Police, pollution choking lives in the Bayview

Last December, police shot Mario Woods, a black man carrying a kitchen knife, 20 times. In May, police shot Jessica…

2 years ago

SF Police Commission President Suzy Loftus: Reformer or politician?

Suzy Loftus leaned forward in her chair on a recent afternoon in the Western Addition’s Ella Hill Hutch Community Center.…

2 years ago

Mario Woods remembered in San Francisco

For the past six months, San Francisco has been transfixed by protests, reform efforts within the Police Department, hunger strikers…

2 years ago

SF feels impact of Dallas police deaths

Interim Chief Toney Chaplin stood at podium inside the Scottish Rite Masonic Center Friday afternoon and warned a group of…

2 years ago

SFPD sergeant facing discipline for alleged racial comment retires

A San Francisco police sergeant who faced disciplinary charges for allegedly making racist remarks inside a police station quietly retired…

2 years ago

Protesters who blocked highway off-ramp near SFO reach plea deal

Eight women who blocked a highway off-ramp to San Francisco International Airport in December to protest the police shooting of…

3 years ago