Flooding, power outages, blocked roads. We’ll help keep you updated on the atmospheric river’s impacts.
Ballot counting for the Oakland mayor’s race, City Council, school board, and local ballot measures was completed on Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Get the latest updates from our reporters on voting, what candidates are saying, and more.
The paralegal and Army veteran wants to fund more rental and mortgage assistance and staff up the public works department to fix roads.
The civil rights attorney said she will make sure Oakland builds more affordable housing, repairs busted roads, and invests in violence prevention.
The District 7 councilmember wants to build stronger partnerships with county, state, and federal governments and with private industry to tackle Oakland’s biggest problems.
The District 4 councilmember said she understands the budget better than any other candidate and will invest in affordable housing and violence prevention.
Taylor, who is giving up his D6 Council seat to run for mayor, said he’ll continue the reimagining public safety process and establish a City Hall East.
The nonprofit leader and former Oakland school board president said he’d improve the culture at City Hall and help The Town heal.
We’re interviewing candidates for mayor, City Council, and school board. Help us ask thoughtful questions by sharing your thoughts about housing, economic development, public safety, and the other major issues facing our city.
An Eastmont healthcare worker, a West Oakland butcher, a Chinatown translator, and others tell the story of how interlocking crises reshaped life in our city.
We hosted a live conversation with Dr. Nicholas Moss on Instagram yesterday and took questions from viewers.
We’ll be speaking with Dr. Nicholas Moss on Feb. 10 and asking your questions about the vaccine rollout in Oakland, reopening plans, and more.
Our reporters were out and about all day and night Tuesday, checking in voting centers and talking to candidates after results started coming in.