Oakland Mayor Jean Quan
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan says the city must continue with its systematic approach to fighting violence that involves prevention, intervention and law enforcement.
Now that the Golden State Warriors are headed to the NBA playoffs, the mayoral tug-of-war has begun.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan unveiled a new two-year budget on Wednesday that calls for more police officers on the streets as the city experiences a gradual influx of money.
While low approval ratings plague Oakland Mayor Jean Quan, it doesn’t appear she’ll be going anywhere. Meanwhile, San Francisco’s Mayor Ed Lee is leading his city in a period of rapid expansion.
President Barack Obama’s second term will kick off with much fanfare in Washington, D.C. this holiday weekend and the Bay Area will be well represented with local politicians, community leaders and residents in attendance.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan announced Friday that she has appointed termed-out state Assemblyman Sandre Swanson, D-Oakland, to become her deputy mayor.
The businesses that make up the Oakland Film Center must leave the Oakland Army Base by January to keep an expansion project at the Port of Oakland on schedule, Mayor Quan said Wednesday.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan on Wednesday led the latest in a series of rallies aimed at convincing her city’s three sports team to stay in town.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan will tailgate with the Raider Nation and Ice Cube will perform at the team’s season opener as part of ‘Oakland Loves Its Sports Teams’ Week, a calculated push to keep all three major sports teams in the city
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan said she’s working with the city’s police chief on crafting what she’s calling a “loitering law” that would target getting teenagers off the streets.