In Kibera, paramilitary police officers threw a teargas cannister to drive photographers away from an attempted arrest.
Medianetwork also has a transcript of a Standard story covering the Kenyan Broadcasting Corporation radio, which has been forced to suspend transmission.
Yesterday, the area regional controller of programmes, Mr Ntenga Arori, said that the station had suffered acts of arson, looting and damage to its equipment, forcing them to switch off radio broadcasting..
Consequently, communities in western Kenya have been denied medium wave radio programmes in Gusii, Luo, Kalenjin, Luhya, Teso, Kuria, Suba and Pokot languages
It seems Kenyan police are keen to disrupt the media, given accusations they are killing unarmed protesters.
Indeed, the police paramilitary units are often known by Kenyans as Fanya Fujo Uone, meaning ""Mess around and see what we will do to you".
Report from a BBC News reporter on police actions in Narobi.
Some were armed with semi-automatic weapons. During the day we heard live rounds being fired in civilian areas, and captured some of the shooting on film.
The authorities say they were enforcing the law. The opposition says seven innocent civilians were shot dead.
"The government and the police have turned this country into killing fields of the innocent," said opposition leader Raila Odinga.