The school’s board of trustees is looking at all of its options, including possibly closing campuses, cutting classes and staff layoffs.
Members of a coalition aimed at making mortgage relief a key issue this election demonstrated at major banks in Oakland Thursday
The Golden Gate Bridge just celebrated 75 years since its opening to the public in 1937, but after decades of wrangling there’s now positive movement in getting a suicide barrier built on the bridge.
The survey by the California DMV, which looked at the years 2000-2010, found a sharp drop in DUI-related fatalities, and an overall increase in arrests.
Oakland’s Uptown neighborhood is welcoming the groundbreaking of a new affordable housing development that will take about 15 months to complete.
Most of the students who have fallen ill attend Ocean Shore Elementary School, and there have been a few cases at Ortega Elementary School since the bug first surfaced on May 8, said Superintendent Wendy Tukloff.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig said Thursday it’s up to Oakland Athletics owner Lew Wolff to decide whether to consider additional sites for a new A’s ballpark, raising the possibility of a move outside the Bay Area.
Gov. Brown’s YouTube announcement that the state budget has nearly doubled since January, may have been a political move to push his tax increase that’s on November’s ballot.
Thousands of baby salmon were released into the Bay Saturday morning as part of the 8th Annual Salmon Release at Blackie’s Pasture in Tiburon.
It promises to be a working weekend for Oakland city leaders who now have until Monday from a federal judge who says they’re taking too long to present an internal affairs investigation dealing with police misconduct.