The assaults have sparked international outrage and been widely called hate crimes. Is there evidence that they were racially motivated?
Is crime in Chinatown really increasing? What does community solidarity look like? The second report in our two-part series.
A 22-year OPD veteran, city leaders say Armstrong is a “native son” committed to the city he grew up in.
Citing reporting failures by the police department, the volunteer board is asking the City Council to end use of the cameras.
After a series of robberies and and assaults in Chinatown, city leaders are arguing over approaches to funding public safety.
The Oaklandside has obtained a close look at COVID-19 fatalities, from how many have died to demographics on age, race, and more.
The administration predicts an alarming $150 million city funding shortfall over the next two years. Councilmembers and city employees call for more transparency.
The money could help patch the city’s $62 million shortfall and reactivate fire engines.