A viral video showed a pair of angry Trump supporters smearing paint over a Black Lives Matter street mural. Now the city leaders in Martinez say their town's reputation is on the line. John Ramos reports. (7-6-20)

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Martinez Community Leaders React to Viral Video of BLM Mural VandalismA viral video showed a pair of angry Trump supporters smearing paint over a Black Lives Matter street mural. Now the city leaders in Martinez say their town's reputation is on the line. John Ramos reports. (7-6-20)
Family Identifies 6-Year-Old Boy Killed In SF Bayview Shooting6-year-old Jace Young was fatally struck by gunfire Saturday night in San Francisco's Bayview District. The boy had been attending a birthday party, according to his family. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-6-20)
Couple Filmed Vandalizing Black Lives Matter Street Mural in MartinezPolice are investigating after a couple was filmed painting over a Black Lives Matter street mural in front of the Contra Costa County courthouse in Martinez. Kenny Choi reports. (7-5-20)
2 Condemned San Quentin Inmates Die of Apparent COVID-19 ComplicationsTwo more deaths were reported at San Quentin State Prison as the coronavirus continues to devastate the inmate population. Betty Yu reports. (7-3-20)
Shocking Martinez Hit-and-Run Crash Leaves Boy Seriously HurtA 7-year-old boy riding his scooter outside his home in Martinez Thursday was struck by a white van which sped off. Da Lin reports. (7-3-20)
Swallow Nests Destroyed, Chicks Stomped to Death in Downtown NapaA wildlife rescue group in Napa County is looking for the public’s help in finding who is responsible for destroying a colony of nesting cliff swallows and brutally killing dozens of chicks. Don Ford reports. (7-2-20)
CHP Officer Shoots At Fleeing Stolen Car In HaywardA California Highway Patrol officer shot at the driver of stolen vehicle while fleeing the scene in Hayward early Thursday morning, authorities said. (7/2/20)
Vandals Target Sign Outside San Carlos Church Welcoming LGBTQ CommunityA show of support for the LGBTQ community via a colorful sign outside a church in San Carlos has been the targeted by vandals. Don Ford tells us, the crime was caught on camera.
Suspected Golden State Killer Appears in Court to Admit GuiltThe accused Golden State Killer admitted to many of his crimes Monday in a hearing held at Sacramento State.
Alameda Neighbors Rally to Help Black Family Whose Cars Were Tagged With Racist GraffitiAfter a Black family living in Alameda found their cars vandalized with "All Lives Matter" in black spray paint their neighbors rallied to their support. Katie Nielsen reports. (6-29-20)
Police Investigate Oakland LGBTQ Community Center Vandalism as Hate CrimeThe Oakland police department is investigating an attack at the LGBTQ Community Center as a hate crime. Devin Fehely reports. (6-28-20)
Family Demands Justice for Black Man Shot Dead by Police at San Leandro WalmartSteven Taylor was shot and killed by police two months ago at a San Leandro Walmart and his family says his death was murder and they're demanding that charges be filed against the officers involved. Andrea Nakano 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)
Vallejo Police Support '8 Can't Wait' Campaign on Use-of-Force PoliciesVallejo police chief Shawny Williams revealed Thursday night that there was no written policy requiring Vallejo cops to use de-escalation until just a few months ago. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-25-20)
South Bay Communities Fear Even Steep Fines Won't Stop Illegal Fireworks ShowsFrustration has mounted among residents across the Bay Area and beyond who have taken to social media and neighborhood forums about what appears to be an increase of illegal fireworks being set off this year. Maria Medina reports. (6-25-20)
Alleged Shoplifter Dies After Physical Confrontation in Antioch SupermarketA 34-year-old man died after getting into a physical confrontation with a Lucky Supermarkets store employee Wednesday night in Antioch. Da Lin reports. (6-25-20)
South Bay Officials Call on Public to Report Illegal FireworksThis year San Jose and Santa Clara County fire officials are asking people to join in the fight against unlawful fireworks displays. Len Ramirez reports. (6-25-20)
Officer Removes Racist Graffiti Spray Painted On Car In Union CityAn officer tried to remove the stain of some hateful, racist graffiti spray painted on a car in Union City. John Ramos tells us how.
Racist Graffiti, Drawings Found In Union City And Oakland; Hate Crime Investigations LaunchedAuthorities in the East Bay have launched hate crime investigations after racist graffiti was found spray painted on a vehicle in Oakland and a racist drawing was found at the Port of Oakland. (6/24/20)
Looters Led Police on ‘Stealing Spree’ During George Floyd Protests Across Bay AreaBay Area businesses suffered widespread damage during the George Floyd demonstrations but most of the looting happened far away from the marches. Andria Borba reports. (6-22-20)
San Francisco Mayor Breed Decries Vandalism of Golden Gate Park StatuesAs crews cleaned up in the aftermath of a Friday-night protest that resulted in 3 statues being toppled in the Music Concourse of Golden Gate Park, Mayor London Breed called out the perpetrators as vandals. Wilson Walker reports. (6-20-20)
Hundreds Mourn Federal Officer Gunned Down During Oakland ProtestHundreds of mourners gathered in Pinole Friday to remember federal protective service officer Dave Underwood who was killed at the end of May in what authorities say was a targeted attack on law enforcement. Da Lin reports. (6-19-20)
Tracy Man Once Credited With Saving a Life Now Accused of Taking AnotherLast week, Daniel Miranda-Lick helped save a woman following a crash that left her car submerged in a canal. Now he’s behind bars. (6-18-20)
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)

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