We’re partnering with Oakland North and Oakland Lowdown to explore what’s going well and what isn’t for those who live, work, and play in our urban core.
After speaking with Richmond residents about their news and information needs, Richmondside will make its debut in spring 2024.
Roughly 75,000 Kaiser employees in 5 states took to the picket lines on Wednesday in what will be the largest health-care workers strike in U.S. history.
The Oakland school was deluged with harassment and racist threats after conservatives on social media criticized a “playdate social” event. Classes resumed on Wednesday.
Oakland is quickly becoming a soccer town. We’ve compiled a list of restaurants and bars where anyone can enjoy the global tourney, happening July 20 – Aug. 20.
OUSD says non-salary demands are holding up negotiations, while OEA claims the district is refusing to bargain.
Since 2020, our “Amplify Oakland” series has featured personal stories by community members navigating COVID, gun violence, homelessness, prison reentry, and more.
The shootout occurred around 6 p.m. Monday on MacArthur Boulevard and Seminary Avenue.
Oakland’s former mayor was named interim executive director at Emerge California, an incubator for women leaders in the Democratic Party.
Two months after Election Day, a school board race is still undecided. Lawsuits and a possible recount loom. The Oaklandside reconstructed how we got here.
The East Oakland native talks about his work interrupting violence before it happens, what a new mayor can and can’t do, and restoring community networks in neighborhoods wounded by gun violence.
The storytelling and podcast project, led by Chapter 510 and produced by high school students, uses oral histories and personal reflections to examine the meaning of community at one of Oakland’s oldest marketplaces.
The Oakland community college is waiving tuition for a second straight semester, with the help of COVID-relief funds.
10th-graders share their messages for Oakland’s next mayor, City Council, and school board members.
A month ago, the East Oakland hills campus saw another violent incident.
Students and staff were injured on Wednesday on the King Estates campus.
The D3 rep talks about going from activism to policy making, what’s possible at Wood Street, her role in shaping MACRO, and more.
We’ve updated our Oakland Wildfire Guide with preparation advice, evacuation guidance, and answers to your questions about air quality, power outages, and property defense.
The Oaklandside launched a reporting internship this summer to give local journalism students hands-on experience.
With the world’s eyes on Ukraine, Bay Area Tigrayans, Amharas, and other Ethiopians are fighting to be heard.