The Guardian (UK) is reporting live from Oakland:
Wednesday a crowd estimated at between 5000 to 7000 shut down the Port of Oakland. During most of the day no violence was reported. But overnight some isolated vandalism prompted a strong police response.
Several days before Occupy Wall Street was mentioned anywhere (that I noticed) in US media. The Guardian was giving the then small group of protesters front-page treatment.
Last week The Guardian’s US coverage of the Occupy movement shifted from a New York focus to an Oakland focus, just in time for a series of major events in Oakland.
The live blog being used in Oakland is a form The Guardian has also used effectively in Egypt, Libya, and elsewhere. Note that times reported are Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).