Occupy Fresno protesters still camped downtown
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- More than a dozen local protesters supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement have spent a fourth night in downtown Fresno.
About 15 people stayed in sleeping bags outside in Courthouse Park Wednesday night.
Authorities have told protesters they can't have tents, but they are still allowed to demonstrate in Courthouse Park.
Police are putting more restrictions on protesters in Seattle and New York.
Demonstrators have been asked to leave park, but many have reportedly refused.
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