Residents of the Wood Street homeless camp evacuated Monday morning after a large fire engulfed vehicles and a small bridge.
A program designed by former foster youth will give young adults a $1,000 monthly stipend for 2 years.
The city opens cooling centers and clean air sites when certain conditions are met.
The BCDC decided Oakland’s Howard Terminal isn’t crucial to the future of the region’s seaports.
At-risk youth have been left out of the conversation surrounding access to abortions, Dr. Aisha Mays of the Dream Youth Clinic says.
The regal couple raised a nest of chicks at Oakland’s public hospital this spring, delighting staff and patients.
A teenager worried about where she could live in the future. A pregnant person worried about their unborn child. Many worried about further losses of rights.
From downtown Oakland to Berkeley and San Francisco, protests are planned after the Supreme Court ended nearly 50 years of abortion rights.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned the Roe decision, here are key takeaways of what to expect for abortion in California.
Don’t dilute baby formula, avoid homemade recipes, and more advice for caregivers in need.
Health experts say positive cases are underreported, but high vaccination rates have meant fewer hospitalizations and deaths.
Proof of vaccination is still required at senior centers and assisted living facilities, and masks are now required at large indoor events.
With Roe v. Wade’s future in jeopardy, Oakland leaders pledge to protect abortion and other reproductive health-care rights.
New jobs and trainings are posted for the city’s summer swimming programs.
The number of residents in the city dropped by 1.3% in 2021, but it’s unclear who exactly is leaving.
California has strong abortion protections, but 23 states may ban it if the decision becomes final.
A federal judge ended the mask mandate for air travel. We asked local airport workers what they think.
Community and environmental advocates still have concerns about the proposed 222-unit Golden West complex.
A new resource created for the city’s General Plan process is a treasure trove of information on Oakland’s neighborhoods and resources.
Local elders have been growing mustard greens, sugar cane stalks, and snap peas at Peralta Hacienda Historical Park since 2003.