De La Fuente: Raiders Will Pay More If Team Stays In OaklandOakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority Commissioner and former Oakland City Councilman Ignacio De La Fuente confirmed Wednesday that the deal being considered to allow the Raiders to play at the stadium next year would have the team paying more than it did for the 2018 season.
Oakland Begins Process Of Issuing Municipal ID, Debit CardsOakland Mayor Jean Quan on Friday hailed her city’s first step in issuing municipal identification cards as an important step in “fighting for more equity and justice in our country and having a more perfect union.”
Quan: Oakland In Strongest Financial Position In A DecadeOakland Mayor Jean Quan said Monday that a new report indicates that her city’s fiscal position is the strongest it’s been in a decade.
AEG Entertainment To Run Oakland Coliseum And Oracle ArenaDay to day operations of the Oakland Coliseum were turned over Monday to the Los Angeles based AEG entertainment company.
Phil Matier: Conflict Of Interest Over Oakland Coliseum Contract?Some questions are being raised about a potential conflict-of-interest in the awarding of a multi-million dollar contract to run the Oakland Coliseum involving City Councilman Ignacio De La Fuente, and former State Senator Don Perata.
Oakland Taco Truck Vendors To Hire Private Security GuardsArmed security guards will soon be hired to protect taco truck vendors and push cart operators in East Oakland, a group representing the merchants announced Monday.
Oakland City Council Avoids Vote On Port Closure In Raucous MeetingA divided Oakland City council failed to take action on a resolution against future Occupy protests at the city's port. The proposal would have supported police using any legal means to keep the port open during demonstrations.
City Council Members: Remove Occupy Oakland EncampmentAbout 30 shouting Occupy Oakland protesters disrupted a news conference in which four City Council members and business leaders called for the immediate removal of the encampment in Frank Ogawa Plaza.
Oakland Council Member Calls Parcel Tax Measure 'Too Vague'Voting begins Monday in a special election-by-mail to decide if Oakland homeowners should pay an extra $80 a year for a parcel tax one City Councilmember is vehemently against.
Budget Cuts Mean Oakland Police Recovering Fewer Guns Off The StreetsLayoffs and budget cuts have hurt the department in their efforts to get the deadly weapons off the streets and out of the hand of criminals.
Push For Oakland Curfew, More Gang Injunctions After 3-Year-Old's Shooting DeathOakland's City Council president is among two councilmen calling for a curfew for teenagers and an expansion of the city's gang injunction efforts in the wake of the shooting death of a 3-year-old boy.
Funeral Held For 3-Year-Old Oakland Shooting VictimA 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 Officials Want ICE Business Audits StoppedEast 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 Special Treatment By PoliceTwo Oakland City Council members deny receiving special treatment from police after their cars were burglarized.
Oakland May Rehire Laid-Off Police OfficersNow 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.