A's Suspend Ticket Sales For Friday Night Game, Blast BART Over Lack Of Post-Fireworks ServiceThe Oakland A's have suspended sales for Friday night's game at the Coliseum, as the team blasts BART for not offering train service following a scheduled postgame fireworks display.
Oakland Coliseum Opens To Full Capacity With No COVID RestrictionsFor the first time in more than a year, the Oakland Coliseum was set to open to full capacity with the Athletics' latest homestand beginning Tuesday evening.
Group Seeks To Bring WNBA Team To Oakland ArenaThe city's vice mayor said a local business group has made serious inroads to buy the city's 50-percent stake in the Oakland Coliseum complex and to bring a WNBA team to the city.
Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site Closes After Administering More Than 500,000 COVID-19 Vaccine DosesAfter playing a crucial role in getting San Francisco Bay Area residents vaccinated against COVID-19, the mass vaccination site at the Oakland Coliseum will be shutting down operations Sunday after administering more than 500,000 doses.
COVID Recovery: Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site To Close After Giving Nearly 500,000 ShotsRoughly half a million people will have been vaccinated at the Oakland Coliseum by the time its vaccination site closes this weekend, officials with the Coliseum's joint powers authority said Friday.
Oakland A's Officials To Travel To Las Vegas To Explore Possible RelocationIt's a scenario that is all too familiar to Oakland sports fans. Officials from one of their beloved pro sports franchises traveling to Las Vegas to consider relocating.
City Leaders Seek to Work With A's, Major League Baseball To Keep Team in OaklandLeaders of the Oakland City Council told the head of Major League Baseball Friday in a letter that they are willing to work with the A's baseball team to keep it from moving out of the city.
Major League Baseball Greenlights Oakland A's To Consider RelocatingFrustrated with delays to their plans to build a new waterfront ballpark, the Oakland Athletics have been given a greenlight by Major League Baseball to consider relocating to cities outside of the San Francisco Bay Area.
COVID: Oakland Coliseum Vaccination Site Set to Close May 23Alameda County officials and the state Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) announced Wednesday that the Oakland Coliseum mega vaccination site will be closing later this month.
Contra Costa County Residents 16 And Older Can Book Appointments At Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination SiteContra Costa County residents 16 and older will be allowed to book appointments at the Oakland Coliseum mass vaccination site starting Saturday as federal health officials wound down their role at the facility and a local-state partnership took over.
Newsom: Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site To Remain OpenGov. Gavin Newsom reassured East Bay residents Tuesday that a mass vaccination site at the Oakland Coliseum will remain open after federal officials end their participation on April 11.
Despite Opening Day Drubbing, A's Fans Thrilled to Return to ColiseumBaseball is back in the Bay Area and so are the fans for the first time in over a year.
COVID Vaccines: Johnson & Johnson Mix-Up Won't Impact Switchover At Oakland Coliseum SiteAn obstacle in vaccinating America as roughly 15 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine at a manufacturing site have been tossed out. Despite the announcement, the Oakland Coliseum vaccination said it will switch to the J&J vaccine Thursday.
COVID Vaccine: Senators Call For Oakland Coliseum, LA Mass Vaccination Sites To Stay Open Past AprilCalifornia senators Dianne Feinstein and Alex Padilla said Wednesday they requested that the Federal Emergency Management Agency work with local and state governments to keep mass COVID-19 vaccination sites open in Oakland and Los Angeles.
Thousands Who Received Lesser COVID Vaccine Dose At Oakland Coliseum Told Amount Is OKRoughly 6,300 people who received a COVID-19 vaccination at the Oakland Coliseum last week may have received slightly less than the dosage recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention but are not advised to repeat the dose, the California Department of Public Health said Monday.