The good news? Rats are down. The bad news? Cats are multiplying, they’re in the arena and baseball field, and rehoming them isn’t easy.
Four candidates are running for the Alameda County Board of Supervisor seat. Chan held the position until she tragically died in November.
Two railroad companies and a coalition of port workers have long viewed the proposal as an existential threat.
Four candidates are running for DA in the June 7 primary. Here are the basics.
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.
Small businesses and big corporations currently pay city taxes at basically the same rate. Once more, some councilmembers want to change that.
Why Oaklanders should care about the county’s top seat, and who’s running. And what does the county sheriff do, anyway?
A developer with ties to Amazon wants to transform the foundry into a “thriving employment center.”
The officer advertised breeding his OPD police dog for profit. His side hustle reveals wider gaps in K9 accountability.
Oakland Animal Services reports that the numbers of dogs being put down are at historic lows.
City councilmember Carroll Fife, whose district contains the proposed site, raised the possibility of letting Oakland voters decide its fate.
The century-old company, which employs 200 workers, many who live in East Oakland, is moving to Texas.
Wood burning is outlawed on Spare the Air days, but data shows that enforcement is rare.
Just 10% of Oakland officers live in Oakland. New data sheds light on staffing progress and challenges.
A stretch of 14th Street now pays tribute to the Oakland native, killed in 2007 for a story he was working on.
Former Alameda Councilmember Lena Tam and former Oakland school board director David Kakishiba are also running in the June 7 primary election.
Activists and the air quality district say piles of sand and gravel as high as four stories will worsen air quality in already suffering neighborhoods.
And the developers behind a proposed apartment tower on E. 12th Street want yet another extension.
The city has installed 10 new high-quality camera systems in unnamed spots around town to discourage people who dump debris.
It was an “imperfect” process resulting in an “imperfect” map, but new lines are set for Districts 1 through 7 until 2030.