Judge Rules Pepper Spray Report Can Be Released But Without Officers' NamesA judge has ruled the University of California can release a report on the pepper-spraying of student demonstrators by UC Davis police but must first remove most officers' names.
UC Davis Occupy Protesters Cause On-Campus Bank To CloseCausing a bank to lock its doors may end up costing students more than just easy access to an ATM.
‘Occupy UC Davis’ Targeting On-Campus BankProtesters have been regularly blockading an on-campus bank, forcing it to shut down day after day, but the tactic is testing the patients of some students.
Occupy UC Davis Protesters Take Over Campus Building A small group of University of California students have taken over a vacant building on the Davis campus.
UC Davis Protesters Won't Face ChargesYolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig announced Friday that no charges would be filed against UC Davis protesters who were pepper-sprayed by police in an incident that made national news.
UCD Faculty, Staff Given Chance To Speak Out On Pepper SprayingIn the latest development in the fallout from UC Davis police pepper spraying student protesters, a town hall meeting Tuesday night gave faculty and staff the chance to be heard.
UC Davis Students Take Protest To Financial OfficeHundreds of Occupy UC Davis student protesters marched into the school's financial office on Monday.
UC Davis Campus Peaceful On ThanksgivingThe campus at UC Davis was quiet on Thanksgiving Thursday, with only a handful of tents up as students apparently took off for the holiday after a contentious week at the university.
Will UC Tuition Cuts Follow Occupy Protests? The Occupy protests at UC colleges, most notably Friday's pepper-spraying at UC Davis, have received national exposure, but the question now is what if any effect they will have on tuition costs.
State Leaders Begin To Weigh In On UC Davis IncidentThe president of the UC Regents and the president pro tempore of the California Senate have weighed in on the UC Davis protest that led to demonstrators being doused in pepper spray at close range Friday.
Protesters Silently Watch As UCD Chancellor Leaves After Press ConferenceProtesters surrounded a UC Davis building after being locked out of a press conference about Friday’s clash between police and demonstrators, keeping the UC Davis chancellor and the campus chief of police contained within the building for hours.
Police Defend Use Of Force On 'Occupy UC Davis'Law enforcement officials defended the tactics used Friday to dismantle an encampment set up by “Occupy Wall Street” sympathizers on the UC Davis quad, a raid that drew accusations of excessive force from students after sitting protesters were subjected to pepper spray at point-blank range.

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