Student's Mom Killed in Hit-And-Run Outside Oakland Middle SchoolPolice in the East Bay on Friday night were investigating a fatal hit and run in Oakland that left a female victim in her 40s dead.
State Buys FEMA Trailers as Part of Billion-Dollar Plan to House HomelessThe state of California is pouring millions of dollars into Oakland to house the homeless in 15 trailers, purchased from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, that once were used to house wildfire evacuees.
Berkeley Development To Hold Lottery For 6 Below-Market CondominiumsSome much-needed new condominiums will soon be available for sale in Berkeley. Because of the city’s affordable housing mandate some of them will carry an amazingly low price.
Hayward Police Seek Leads In Christine Eastin Case; Hayward Teen Went Missing In 1971Hayward police have re-energized their efforts to find out what happened to Christine Eastin, a local teenager who went missing after a shopping trip to Mervyn's in 1971.
Police Investigate Bank Robbery In Downtown OaklandOfficers are investigating a robbery at a bank in downtown Oakland late Thursday morning, police said.
2 Men Killed In Recent Hayward Shootings IdentifiedHayward police on Thursday identified two men who were killed in separate and apparently unrelated shootings less than 24 hours apart on Sunday and Monday.
San Leandro Solar Company Settles Discrimination Lawsuit For $350KThe U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Wednesday announced a $350,000 settlement of a discrimination lawsuit filed against a San Leandro-based solar panel installation company.
Parents, School Board Upset As Martinez Votes To Open Pot Dispensary Near High SchoolDespite vocal opposition, the Martinez City Council voted Wednesday to move ahead with a plan to place a marijuana dispensary within 1,000 feet of Alhambra High School.
Oakland Man Linked To 19 NorCal Bank Robberies Sentenced To Federal PrisonAn Oakland man linked to 19 Northern California bank robberies has been sentenced to over eight years in federal prison, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
Gov. Newsom To Visit Oakland On Last Stop Of Homelessness TourCalifornia governor Gavin Newsom will arrive in Oakland on Thursday for the final stop of his statewide homelessness tour to preview executive actions to address the crisis, his office announced Wednesday.
Berkeley Opens Lottery For 1st Time Homebuyers To Purchase New Affordable HomesThe city of Berkeley has opened a lottery for low-income, first-time homebuyers to apply to buy one of six newly built condominiums created through the city's affordable housing strategy.
State Legislature May Revamp California's Recycling SystemRecycling centers in California have been going out of business at an alarming rate, leading lawmakers in Sacramento consider ways to revamp the system for recycling cans and bottles. 
Oakland Tries New Program To Fight Illegal Dumping On City Streets
Judge Rules BART Stabbing Suspect Competent To Stand TrialThe case of a transient man charged with murder for the fatal stabbing of 18-year-old Nia Wilson at the MacArthur BART station in Oakland in 2018 remained on track Wednesday when a judge ruled that he's mentally competent to stand trial.
Alameda Police Warn Public About Fake Parking Citations Left On VehiclesAlameda police are warning members of the public about fake parking citations that have been left on vehicles around the city recently.