A medida que la pandemia se prolonga, muchos inmigrantes latinos indocumentados, los cuales no pueden recibir beneficios del gobierno, se ven presionados por la situación.
A Peralta trustee, a real estate agent, a tax consultant, and an IT consultant are running to fill the seat vacated by mayoral candidate Loren Taylor.
Scenes from a furious gathering of 5,000 that left major destruction and confusion in its wake.
From East to West Oakland and Fruitvale in between, city engineers and construction workers are hard at work.
Plus: Stand-Up Burgers to debut in downtown Berkeley, Off the Grid helps feed seniors, Sobre Mesa reopens, more.
An empty building burned down Friday next to an encampment the state has ordered Oakland to shutter.
The zoo was in dire financial straits until visitors were allowed back last week. While it was closed, several animals were born.
Grants of up to $33k and two new shared manufacturing kitchens will help, but equity advocates say there’s more to be done.
“Crip Camp” shows how a summer camp in upstate New York galvanized a generation of activists and influenced Berkeley’s disability rights movement.
La temporada de incendios forestales afecta la calidad del aire, según los expertos en clima.
City officials will collect feedback to see whether the market met vendors’ needs, defused conflicts along Lakeshore Avenue, and was COVID-safe.
The walk in East Oakland will launch a yearlong violence reduction initiative and call for a citywide truce in the wake of surging violence.
Un residente de East Oakland de la comunidad Mam comparte su historia sobre la supervivencia durante la pandemia.
Every aspect of daily life in Oakland intersects with housing, in ways visible and unseen.
After last month’s hit Zoom performance of ‘Lean on Me,’ the symphony was ready to play again.
The city currently taxes small shops at the same rate as big corporations. Several councilmembers want to change that.
Teens leading the climate justice movement in Oakland say this is the moment they’ve been warning people about.
The Council President talks budget highlights, protecting Oakland workers, funding violence prevention, and department mergers.
Our guide to what’s open, where to get help, and why it matters
The paralegal and Army veteran wants to fund more rental and mortgage assistance and staff up the public works department to fix roads.