Homeless Families To Be Sheltered At Oakland's Clifton Hall Through Project HomekeyA miracle on Broadway is ready to receive formerly unsheltered Oakland residents later this month, city officials said Wednesday.
'Not Trying To Be Punitive;' Oakland Mayor Schaaf Focusing COVID Curfew Enforcement On BusinessesOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said residents and businesses should heed California's stay-at-home order but downplayed concerns about individual enforcement, saying authorities will be mainly focusing on establishments violating the order.
Oakland Mayor, Police Boost 'Operation Ceasefire' to Curb Crime WaveMuch has been said about defunding police but, Friday night with Oakland facing a crime wave, residents made a plea for people to settle disputes with words not weapons.
COVID-19 Test Site Opens in Oakland’s Chinatown With Services in 12 LanguagesA multicultural community COVID-19 testing site offering services in a dozen Asian languages, including Chinese, Tagalog and Mongolian, conducted its first tests in Oakland's Chinatown on Tuesday.
Oakland Courthouse Vandalism Damage Totals $200K; Mayor Schaaf Scolds Agitators At ProtestOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf chastised people who attended a protest over the weekend for vandalizing a police station and attempting to set the Rene C. Davidson Courthouse on fire.
Oakland Police Investigating Vandalism Attack On Mayor Libby Schaaf's HomePolice in Oakland are investigating the early Tuesday morning vandalism of Mayor Libby Schaaf's home that included splatters of red paint and sidewalk graffiti that appeared to be messages related to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Newsom, Schaaf, OPD Reject Trump's Call To Send Federal Law Enforcement To OaklandCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and the Oakland Police Department on Monday both rejected a call by President Trump to possibly send Department of Homeland Security officers to the East Bay city.
Oakland Mayor, Deputy Chief Laud Peaceful Protesters, Vow To Maintain Stance Against Looting, ViolenceOakland city officials on Tuesday gave an update to the civil unrest that followed a peaceful student march and rally Monday that swelled to 15,000 community members.
Oakland Cracks Down on Large Gatherings at Lake MerrittOakland has banned food trucks and street parking around Lake Merritt after seeing large crowds there on previous weekends.
Oakland City Council Votes To Advance Discussions Of Ballot Measure To Strenghten Police CommissionThe Oakland City Council began the process this week of placing a ballot measure on the November ballot that, if approved, would bolster the independence of the commission that conducts oversight on the Oakland Police Department.
Coronavirus Update: Infection Statistics Provide Sense Of Urgency As Free, Walk-Up Testing Opens In OaklandA free, walk-up COVID-19 testing center opened in Oakland this week, another step to get more people in vulnerable communities tested.