Their livestream is still going if you read this in the morning, oct 25.
Live text update of events.
While riot police arrived with weapons, there was no riot this morning and some police acted decently (in contrast to previous incidents where officers were ordered to open fire with wooden dowel guns upon peaceful sign carriers at the Oakland docks, protesting shipment of goods to Iraq).
link to www.youtube.com
Instead, on the livestream, residents are just discussing how they will go back as soon as the city steam-washes the plaza. At the same time, the livestream people are discussing that twitter is filled with rubber bullet claims and incidents with certain police officers somewhere downtown, yet the people running the camera didn't see it.
A similar sequence of events happened in the first days of the San Francisco Occupy on the other side of the Bay bridge - the city kept knocking it down, and then participants would come rebuild the kitchen and other tents, like a hive of bees.
indymedia doesn't have edited video up at this point, so here is ABC's initial film clip