Oakland Flavored Tobacco Ban Going Into Effect In 2018The Oakland City Council has voted unanimously to ban selling flavored tobacco products, including menthol-flavored cigarettes.
Art Installation To Pay Tribute To Ghost Ship Fire VictimsAn art installation that pays touching tribute to the victims of the Oakland Ghost Ship Fire is almost ready to make its public debut after months in the making.
Alleged Gang Member Gets 33 Years For Shooting Oakland Police OfficerA federal judge on Wednesday sentenced 27-year-old Damion McDaniel in the 2013 shooting of an Oakland police officer.
SFPD Seeks Help To Find Killer Of Oakland Teacher, Teen MentorSan Francisco homicide investigators released security camera photos of three people who they want to question in the fatal June shooting.
San Francisco, Oakland Sue Big Oil Over Climate Change, Sea Level RiseThe city attorneys of San Francisco and Oakland on Wednesday announced they are filing civil lawsuits against big oil companies for their role in damaging the planet.
Man Who Died In Oakland Apartment Complex Fire IdentifiedA man who was killed in a fire at a four-story apartment complex in Oakland early Wednesday morning was identified by the affordable housing nonprofit that operates it as 75-year-old Mohammad Alikhani.
Some Locals Voice Opposition To Laney College Site For A's StadiumA week after the Oakland A's announced their new stadium would be built on land that is now the offices of the Peralta Community College District, some area residents told KPIX 5 Tuesday they were not thrilled by that news.
Man Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Man At Homeless Encampment In OaklandCurtis Standley is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday on charges that he fatally shot 44-year-old Jason Coleman at a homeless encampment in Oakland.
Oakland Business Leaders Pledge Support For New A’s Baseball StadiumA coalition of business, labor leaders and community leaders came out to support the Oakland A's plan to build a new stadium near Laney College.
Oakland Still Behind In Implementing Changes After Ghost Ship FireWith recently released chest cam footage from an Oakland police officer providing the latest proof the city was well-aware of problems at the Ghost Ship warehouse almost two years before the fatal fire there, questions loomed for Oakland officials.
Man Gets 13 Years For Killing KPFA Radio Host In CollisionA 30-year-old man was sentenced Friday to 13 years in state prison for his vehicular manslaughter conviction for killing KPFA radio host Wesley Burton in a collision in North Oakland in April 2015.
Body Cam Video Shows Oakland Officer's 2015 Visit To Ghost ShipRecently obtained police body cam video shows that Oakland authorities knew about violations at the Ghost Ship warehouse nearly two years before a fire during an illegal party killed 36 people.