Noble bird or nuisance? Gerald the rose garden turkey inspired a debate among Oaklanders about the place of nature in our city.
After three short weeks, indoor dining is once again closed in Oakland as the state grapples with a rise in COVID-19 cases and Alameda County returns to the purple tier.
Businesses that are currently open indoors, like personal care services and restaurants, can continue, but there won’t be further expansions in any sector.
As of Sunday, at least 83 people have been killed this year in Oakland.
The walk in East Oakland will launch a yearlong violence reduction initiative and call for a citywide truce in the wake of surging violence.
Powerful dry winds blew through the region last night and red flag conditions will continue through tomorrow, increasing fire danger.
On Tuesday, the county Board of Supervisors voted to remove all of the AHS trustees, part of a drastic move to reshape the public health system’s governance.
A virtual celebration October 23 will feature guest speakers and a discussion about the ‘challenges of conservation, environmentalism, and racial justice.’
In a draft letter, supervisors Wilma Chan and Richard Valle blamed AHS leaders for eroding trust and damaging the hospital system’s relationships.
The East Bay Regional Park District closed the parks until Friday in response to a red flag warning and high fire danger.