The week’s news in photos from around the Bay Area.
The ones that stuck with us, from a show on kindness to a Mike Tyson interview to dogs to housing.
Oakland city documents suggest the system will be focused on citizen monitoring, not crime fighting.
City Council votes to pay $645,000 to man who suffered lacerated spleen in police beating.
Attorney General Kamala Harris announces arrest of San Diego man on extortion and other charges.
Legislation responds to death of Santa Rosa teen, shot while carrying a realistic-looking toy gun.
On ‘KQED Newsroom’: Department deals with an ugly incident and prepares to equip officers with cameras.
The old Market Street location had become too dangerous, according to police and the players.
Settlement with Justice Dept. acknowledges bank misled investors about flawed mortgage-backed securities.
After long prison sentences, third strikers who are released must readjust with little assistance.