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September 4, 1993 | Associated Press
One person was killed and three others wounded when a pair of armed men in ski masks marched through a coffee shop Friday, methodically firing on patrons, police said. Police said they do not know what prompted the shooting at Mr. G's Coffee Shop in East Oakland shortly before noon. One man was killed at the scene and two men and a woman were injured. One of the injured was in critical condition at Highland Hospital.
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July 4, 2013 | By Deborah Vankin
When Hollywood and street artists try to work together, the road can be bumpy. To promote the upcoming movie "Fruitvale Station," about the 2009 fatal shooting of Oakland's Oscar Grant, the Weinstein Co. commissioned three murals in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco to be painted by well-known street artists Ron English, Lydia Emily and LNY. But logistical issues and creative conflicts between some of the artists and the studio have led...
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July 29, 1988 | Associated Press
Four youths boarded a bus at a downtown stop early today and sprayed the inside of the vehicle with semiautomatic gunfire, killing the driver and wounding four passengers, police said. Investigators were examining whether the attack may have been a revenge shooting against the bus district for the death of a woman killed in a collision with a bus the day before, said Police Lt. Jim Hahn. "As the bus passed the shop where I was working in the window I heard--Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! And Bang!
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 2011 | By Lee Romney, Los Angeles Times
Reporting from San Francisco -- A jury Thursday convicted two men of first-degree murder in the slaying of Oakland Post editor Chauncey Bailey, who was gunned down on a downtown street in broad daylight nearly four years ago in an effort to thwart his investigation into the finances of a business run by one of the defendants. Yusuf Bey IV, 25, was convicted of ordering the murder of the 57-year-old Bailey, the first U.S. journalist killed over a domestic story since Don Bolles of the Arizona Republic died in a car bombing in 1976.
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June 10, 2011 | By Lee Romney, Los Angeles Times
Reporting from San Francisco -- A jury Thursday convicted two men of first-degree murder in the slaying of Oakland Post editor Chauncey Bailey, who was gunned down on a downtown street in broad daylight nearly four years ago in an effort to thwart his investigation into the finances of a business run by one of the defendants. Yusuf Bey IV, 25, was convicted of ordering the murder of the 57-year-old Bailey, the first U.S. journalist killed over a domestic story since Don Bolles of the Arizona Republic died in a car bombing in 1976.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 2007 | Tim Reiterman, Times Staff Writer
A 19-year-old man arrested in raids connected to a Black Muslim bakery in Oakland was booked on murder and weapons charges Saturday after he was reported to have confessed to the street slaying of a journalist in that East Bay city.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 4, 2013 | By Deborah Vankin
When Hollywood and street artists try to work together, the road can be bumpy. To promote the upcoming movie "Fruitvale Station," about the 2009 fatal shooting of Oakland's Oscar Grant, the Weinstein Co. commissioned three murals in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco to be painted by well-known street artists Ron English, Lydia Emily and LNY. But logistical issues and creative conflicts between some of the artists and the studio have led...
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October 18, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
A shooting rampage in a fast-food restaurant, a nearby grocery store and a taxi left two people dead and two others seriously wounded, police said today. Delaney G. Marks, 34, of Berkeley was arrested about 12:30 a.m. today, hours after four people were shot in three separate incidents by apparently the same man, authorities said. According to Oakland police, a man walked into a Taco Bell restaurant Wednesday night and shot the cashier, who was reported in critical condition.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 2007 | John M. Glionna, Times Staff Writer
. The buzzards led Nick Bursio to his prized calf. He found the body just over a rise in the field, with a bullet hole in its left shoulder, near the heart. Bursio had heard of animals killed by rustlers for their meat. But not until that May morning had he ever imagined anything so senseless as shooting cattle presumably just to watch them die. "I had a hollow feeling in my gut, to see that dead calf laying there, with the mother cow bellowing nearby," said the Sonoma County rancher.
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April 23, 2006 | Michael Finnegan and Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writers
Two Democrats vying for their party's nomination to challenge Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger traded jabs Saturday over campaign cash, taxes and moral backbone as they dashed across the Westside and South Bay for scrappy back-to-back appearances before party loyalists. The latest flare-up between state Controller Steve Westly and Treasurer Phil Angelides stemmed from a $5-million television ad campaign to be launched this week for Angelides by his longtime mentor, Sacramento developer Angelo K.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 2007 | Tim Reiterman, Times Staff Writer
A 19-year-old man arrested in raids connected to a Black Muslim bakery in Oakland was booked on murder and weapons charges Saturday after he was reported to have confessed to the street slaying of a journalist in that East Bay city.
NEWS
September 4, 1993 | Associated Press
One person was killed and three others wounded when a pair of armed men in ski masks marched through a coffee shop Friday, methodically firing on patrons, police said. Police said they do not know what prompted the shooting at Mr. G's Coffee Shop in East Oakland shortly before noon. One man was killed at the scene and two men and a woman were injured. One of the injured was in critical condition at Highland Hospital.
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July 29, 1988 | Associated Press
Four youths boarded a bus at a downtown stop early today and sprayed the inside of the vehicle with semiautomatic gunfire, killing the driver and wounding four passengers, police said. Investigators were examining whether the attack may have been a revenge shooting against the bus district for the death of a woman killed in a collision with a bus the day before, said Police Lt. Jim Hahn. "As the bus passed the shop where I was working in the window I heard--Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! And Bang!
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