The BCDC decided Oakland’s Howard Terminal isn’t crucial to the future of the region’s seaports.
The emergency policy was intended to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in county jails.
More than 10,000 residents in Oakland who are parents or caregivers but not citizens could be allowed to vote for OUSD school board members.
Slower speeds reduce serious injuries and fatalities from vehicle collisions, but advocates say more must be done.
Closures will include Lakeshore, El Embarcadero, and Grizzly Peak in the hills, to reduce fire hazards and improve safety.
Sanchez, a sheriff’s commander, won 52% of the vote, clinching the primary and sending Ahern into retirement.
Proponents want cannabis tax revenue dedicated to repairing communities harmed by the drug war. But others are concerned about withdrawing millions from the city’s general fund.
Despite a high-profile loss in San Francisco, progressive candidates for district attorney and sheriff gained ground in other parts of the state.
So far, Kaplan is picking up the most votes in Oakland and San Leandro, while Lena Tam is doing well in her hometown of Alameda.
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.
Get up-to-date voting results and coverage of the big races, including district attorney, sheriff, and county supervisor.
Plus, Lowell Park’s basketball courts are getting a makeover.
With four days until Alameda County’s June 7 primary election, we followed the money.
A 22-year-old woman accused the officer of assault after he came to her home for sex in his police uniform.
Plus, the council is declaring this week Queer and Transgender Asian and Pacific Islander week.
The 9-member jury awarded Kirkpatrick more than $337,000 in damages.
Lucky Three Seven co-owner Artgel “Jun” Anabo was shot outside of his East Oakland restaurant one week ago. His friends and family gathered there today to honor his legacy.
The flagship branch on 14th Street is in disrepair and half the size it should be, officials say. A new library in West Oakland is also being studied.
A recent survey showed 79% of people oppose installing parking meters, but proponents say the plan will make the lake safer and more accessible