The Oakland City Council must open upstairs gallery seating for the Tuesday’s meeting after an Alameda County judge issued a temporary restraining order against the city today, a city employee union organizer said.
The demands of justice for Amilcar Perez-Lopez, the 21-year-old Guatemalan man shot and killed by two San Francisco police officers last month continued outside City Hall on Wednesday.
A landfill may be responsible for a stench plaguing residents in the South Bay that has prompted dozens of air quality complaints on a daily basis.
Uber Sr. VP Emil Michael accused his landlord, tech industry lawyer John Danforth, of waging a harassment campaign designed to make Michael move.
Police Chief Larry Esquivel has already reimbursed the team for the tickets, but the Independent Police Auditor said that may not be enough.
Local resident lodged complaints about the festival sound levels at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Live 105 reports…
A sign placed in the window read “We are Closed Because of YOU (customers)”
An apology letter from United Airlines to a customer who complained is drawing blanks, after the airline forgets to fill in a few key blanks of its own.
Yahoo and a high-level female executive are being sued by a woman who claims sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
Palo Alto’s top firefighter was defending his department’s use of the county emergency alert system last weekend, to inform residents of a charity pancake breakfast.