The city could install meters with “flex” pricing to deal with crowding and other impacts.
Students brought a renewed sense of urgency and focus on racial justice to the CalSTRS divestment campaign.
Oakland seeks millions in state funds for new paths and protective boulders on one of our most dangerous streets.
The century-old company, which employs 200 workers, many who live in East Oakland, is moving to Texas.
Wood burning is outlawed on Spare the Air days, but data shows that enforcement is rare.
Lateefah Simon, one of the BART board’s most vocal advocates for overhauling police, said she moved to a new home following threats related to that work.
Potholes and other damage make Oakland’s roads unsafe. Not everyone thinks the city’s repair system works as well as it should.
The City Council might make big updates to rules on where commercial trucks can drive and park.
We spoke to Dr. Noha Aboelata of Roots Community Health Center about the new variant BA.2, emerging COVID-19 treatments, and more.
Activists and the air quality district say piles of sand and gravel as high as four stories will worsen air quality in already suffering neighborhoods.
AG Rob Bonta says AB&I Foundry broke state law by not notifying neighbors of potential dangers.
People who rely on the lift haven’t been able to easily access the 2nd floor for 3 months. Global supply chain issues and the cost of repairs are to blame.
Businesses can still require customers to mask up, and health officials cautioned that face coverings are “strongly recommended.”
The history of angling in Oakland’s wildlife refuge is long, but the rules are murky.
The City Attorney announced a tentative deal that would keep Oakland’s coal ban in place, but allow development of part of the former Army Base.
Five business districts will be selected to see reduced speeds in 2022, based on crash data and equity considerations.
Port commissioners on Thursday could approve a plan to ship and store sand and gravel at a new terminal on the Outer Harbor.
Several new testing sites run by a company called “Stop. Swab. Go.” are getting mixed results, and raising eyebrows.
Oakland’s pandemic-era program to reduce vehicle traffic in residential neighborhoods will likely end soon. But not everyone thinks it should.
Some residents, businesses reported being without electricity for more than 24 hours.