U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick told city officials ‘the light at the end of the tunnel is closer and brighter’ but cautioned against ‘victory dances.’
The Ng family wasn’t criminally charged for the deadly 2016 fire. But they’ll pay nearly $12 million to survivors and families of the 36 victims.
Bonta’s lead grew after updated election results were posted Thursday
The Oaklandside sought responses from city leaders and police reform advocates.
Civil rights attorneys plan to meet with city officials to discuss concluding the 18-year-old reform program.
OPD’s court-appointed monitor cited the investigation as an example of the department rigorously examining use of force incidents after prior failures.
The proportion of Hispanic and white residents increased, while the number of Black residents continued to decline.
The winner of the Aug. 31 special election takes a seat left open by Attorney General Rob Bonta.
Highway patrol officers would enforce traffic laws, patrol International Boulevard and commercial districts.
Gov. Newsom announced the statewide COVID-19 safety requirements at an Oakland elementary school today.