Ignacio De La Fuente
A private funeral was held Tuesday morning for 3-year-old Carlos Nava at an East Oakland church near where the toddler was killed in a drive-by shooting last week.
East Bay leaders are appealing to the Obama administration to stop the so-called “silent raids,” which have led to hundreds of firings across the country.
Two Oakland City Council members deny receiving special treatment from police after their cars were burglarized.
Now that Oakland’s labor unions have agreed to tentative concessions, a worst-case all-cuts budget appears to be off the table, and dozens of officers could get their jobs back.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan said Thursday that she has tried to “raise the profile of the city” in her first three months in office.
Oakland city leaders are trying to figure out how to make a $46 million dollar pension payment due this summer.
Longtime Oakland City Councilman Ignacio De La Fuente won’t be prosecuted on misdemeanor drunken driving charges because there is insufficient evidence, an Alameda County District Attorney’s Office spokeswoman said Thursday.
Longtime Oakland City Councilman and two-time mayoral candidate Ignacio De La Fuente was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving Thursday night.
Community activists Thursday criticized Oakland City Attorney John Russo’s bid to seek an injunction against 41 alleged members of the Nortenos gang, saying that it would result in racial profiling of young Latino men.
OAKLAND, Calif. (KCBS)_ Negotiations between the Police Officer’s Union and the city of Oakland continue even as layoffs appear imminent. 80 layoffs could coincide with the verdict in the murder trial of former BART officer […]