The 41st Annual News Photo Competition for 2014 results

February 24, 2017 News 0
A police officers wields a baton at a protester blocking police vehicles in front of the Civic Center building in Berkeley, Calif., late Sunday evening, Dec. 7, 2014. A second wave of marchers swept the business district protesting over the killings of two unarmed black men by police in Ferguson, Mo., and New York. (Karl Mondon)

The 41st Annual News Photo Competition for 2014 results Spot News 1. Karl Mondon – Mercury News – “Berkeley Occupy Protest” 2. Jose Luis Villegas – The Sacramento Bee – “Up in Flames” 3. Karl Mondon – Mercury News – “On the Ledge” Award of Excellence: Chris M Riley – Vallejo Times-Herald – “Cries for… Read more

2013 Competition Rules

January 24, 2014 News 0

THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION Digital Contest 40th Annual News Photo Competition NEW CATEGORY: Best “Mobile Device Photo” NEW FTP SITE: use online sharing service GE.TT. to send your entry DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ENTRY: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2014 LINK FOR CONTEST FEE AT BOTTOM OF POST CATEGORIES SPOT NEWS—A picture of an… Read more

KGO-TV ABC 7 News photographer Craig Southern Reporter Wayne Freedman detained by Napa County Sheriff’s

July 11, 2007 News 0
Napa County Sheriffs deputies detain KGO-7 photographer Craig Southern after he was attempting to get video of firefighters battlinga vegetation fire off Atlas Peak Road near the Silverado Country Club Wednesday. KGO reporter Wayne Freedman, who was also arrested, is in the background.
Photo by Kim Komenich/The Chronicle
**Craig Southern, Wayne Freedman

ABC7 photographer Craig Southern and reporter Wayne Freedman were detained by Napa County Sheriff’s deputies while cover a grass fire in Napa’s Silverado Country Club on Wednesday afternoon. Both were stopped at a checkpoint by Sheriff’s deputies where were told to stop taking pictures of the fire from that location. When Southern and Freedman questioned… Read more

Freelance journalist Joshua Wolf freed.

January 14, 2007 News 0

By DAVID KRAVETS Associated Press Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A freelance videographer walked out of federal prison Tuesday after spending more time behind bars than any other journalist for refusing to testify to a grand jury. Joshua Wolf, 24, in a deal with prosecutors, posted online the unaired videotape that he had refused to… Read more

SFBAPPA’s Bowling Results 2005

January 14, 2005 News 0

Top results of SFBAPPA’s Bowling Tournament. Special thanks to Jane Tyska for putting the tournament together. See photos on the SFBAPPA Web site: 1st-place team: 1372 points (combined score for three games) Jane Tyska John Weaver Doug Oakley

Mickey Pfleger Update

March 10, 2001 News 0

I got the results of the biopsy of my brain tumor yesterday. The overallnews is good in that I have a low grade (slow-growing) tumor called anOligodendroglioma (a person starts learning big words like this when onehas a brain tumor).My neurosurgeon is currently having some genetic typing done on the tumor during the next few… Read more

John Storey’s 49’er photos

January 14, 2000 News 0

For those of you want to see more San Francisco Examiner photographer John Storey’s photos, check out his web site on the 49ers. John took a leave of absense from the Examiner to work on this web site last season.  

Photographers’ Massage

January 14, 2000 News 0

Vacaville Reporter photographer and certified massage therapist Teresa Willis is giving a special rate for a massage to photographers with back aches. For $30.00 she will give a photographer with a back ache a massage for one hour and fifteen minutes. A special price for three – one hour and fifteen minute massage for $75.00.… Read more

Ron Eveslage just retired…

January 14, 2000 News 0

Here’s a message from television photographer Ron Eveslage, who just retired. A kind note from any TV friends would be appreciated. As follows: Your dues notice caught up with me..but I’m out of the action in the Bay Area…I’ve moved into semi retirement at my farm in Mississippi. I’m still taking a few assignments for… Read more

Sacramento Bee Photographer Attacked

January 14, 2000 News 0

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – A newspaper photographer who returned safely from such flashpoints as Panama, Haiti and Somalia was in serious condition Tuesday after a savage beating suffered while taking pictures for a springtime feature. John Trotter, 36, a photographer for The Sacramento Bee, had been photographing children frolicking in record high temperatures Monday when… Read more