The Oaklandside followed the unarmed emergency responders to see their groundbreaking program at work on the streets.
The District 7 representative, who is running for mayor, talks public safety, the Coliseum’s future, and the failed Emerald New Deal.
Community members opposed to the East Oakland school’s closure are calling on district leaders to investigate Thursday’s confrontation with district security guards.
A two-month occupation by community members opposing the school’s closure came to a head on Thursday evening.
Rob Bonta has seconded West Oakland activists concerns about the Eagle Rock Aggregates project.
The District 6 representative, who is running for mayor, talks public safety, East Oakland’s needs, and his deep roots in the city.
The District 4 representative, who is running for mayor, talks wildfire safety, affordable housing, and Howard Terminal.
Plus: The city is paying $1.5 million to settle former police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick’s lawsuit.
In a surprise move, Phil Tagami just reopened his fight to build a coal terminal at Oakland’s former Army Base.
After pandemic fears that the zoo could permanently shut down, supporters of the institution are asking property owners to chip in.
Plus: The council will vote on a police department hiring plan and hear a report on redlining in West Oakland.
Barger, the founder of the Oakland chapter, died in late June at the age of 83.
The good government reforms would be decided by voters in the Nov. 8 election.
Councilmember Noel Gallo wanted voters to have a say about whether public funds should be used to build the A’s waterfront stadium and mixed-use development project.
The emergency policy was intended to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in county jails.
Sanchez, a sheriff’s commander, won 52% of the vote, clinching the primary and sending Ahern into retirement.
Despite a high-profile loss in San Francisco, progressive candidates for district attorney and sheriff gained ground in other parts of the state.
Sanchez held a considerable lead over incumbent Sheriff Gregory Ahern after updated vote totals were released Thursday.
Price, a reform candidate, had the top spot among four contenders after the initial count of ballots on election night.
Plus, Lowell Park’s basketball courts are getting a makeover.