City and state leaders say the funds will be focused on reducing shootings through proven interventions.
Residents of the Wood Street homeless camp evacuated Monday morning after a large fire engulfed vehicles and a small bridge.
The BCDC decided Oakland’s Howard Terminal isn’t crucial to the future of the region’s seaports.
The regal couple raised a nest of chicks at Oakland’s public hospital this spring, delighting staff and patients.
Despite a high-profile loss in San Francisco, progressive candidates for district attorney and sheriff gained ground in other parts of the state.
So far, Kaplan is picking up the most votes in Oakland and San Leandro, while Lena Tam is doing well in her hometown of Alameda.
With four days until Alameda County’s June 7 primary election, we followed the money.
OPD found the lieutenant used excessive force and was dishonest, but his attorney claims the department was cynically juking disciplinary stats.
Measure C would extend a parcel tax that currently provides the city’s library system with $18 million annually, or 40% of its budget.
A federal judge said Wednesday that if OPD can sustain policing reforms for a 1-year period, it could soon regain independence.
What’s on the ballot, how to register and vote, info on candidates for local offices, and much more.
The city doesn’t know who installed the illegal cameras—and it turns out they were only pretending to record.
Under a proposed ballot measure, every Oakland voter would get $100 to contribute to candidates for mayor, City Council, and more.
OPD says it never followed San Francisco’s controversial practice of using DNA to ID survivors as criminal suspects. A new policy may ensure it never does.
The district attorney’s report highlights a lack of video evidence. Attorneys for Salgado’s family question why the report took so long to come out.
Anne Kirkpatrick says she was fired for whistleblowing. City officials say she took OPD backwards. A jury trial is likely.
John Alden led the Community Police Review Agency for nearly 3 years. The commission declined to say why he was dismissed.
West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project says the port hasn’t gone far enough to prevent more air pollution.
The City Council increased the $8.1 million camera contract by $250,000 to include other auto-activation features.
A new Chinatown business group, formed in the wake of #StopAAPIHate, donated the unmanned aerial vehicles since OPD can’t buy its own.