New Lawsuit Aims To Repeal Loitering Law, Reduce Police HarassmentThere is a new lawsuit to repeal a loitering law in Oakland, claiming that Oakland Housing Authority police are using the law to harass people.
Lawsuit Challenges Oakland Law That Bans Loitering On Public Housing Two East Bay men sued the city of Oakland in federal court Wednesday to challenge the constitutionality of a municipal law that forbids loitering on public housing property.
Guns, Cash, Suspects Rounded Up In Oakland RaidsOakland Housing Authority police arrested two suspects and seized guns and cash in a series of raids on public housing in West Oakland Thursday morning.
Oakland Housing Authority Accepts Applications For Low-Income HousingThe Oakland Housing Authority began accepting online applications for its low-income housing waiting list on Monday, a process the city carries out every three years.
Oakland Uptown Development Breaks Ground, Hopes To Attract ‘Working Class’Oakland's Uptown neighborhood is welcoming the groundbreaking of a new affordable housing development that will take about 15 months to complete.
Demand Remains High For Affordable Housing In Oakland10,000 Section 8 applicants will be selected from an expected pool of 100,000 for eligibility screening.