Snag Could Derail Talks To Keep Raiders In Oakland Next YearNegotiations to keep the Raiders at the Oakland Coliseum hit an undisclosed snag Wednesday as the Coliseum Authority Board discussed a deal that could potentially have the team play the 2019 season at the stadium.
Oakland Coliseum Authority To Discuss Progress In Negotiations With RaidersA special meeting has been scheduled Wednesday for the Coliseum Authority board to discuss a potential Raiders lease in a closed session, according to reports.
Oakland Mayor Schaaf Takes Oath Of Office For Second Term
Oakland Nurse Deported During Immigration Crackdown Allowed to ReturnAn Oakland nurse who was deported last year during the Trump Administration's immigration crackdown will be allowed to return to the Bay Area after winning a ticket in a visa lottery.
Election Shake-Up Changes Look Of Oakland City CouncilReelected Oakland Mayor Libby Schaff will have a couple of months to prepare for the beginning of her second term with a very different city council.
Oakland City Councilwoman Alleges Political Opponents Behind LawsuitEmbattled Oakland City Councilwoman Desley Brooks alleges that a lawsuit filed against her by a former aide earlier this week is a political attack driven by her political opponents.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Allowing Oakland To Lease Caltrans Land For Homeless CentersOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf thanked Gov. Jerry Brown Friday for signing a bill that allows her city to lease public land for future homeless centers.
Oakland Mayor Scolds Cupertino Over Affordable Housing PolicyOakland's mayor is calling out Cupertino for not pulling its weight to deal with the housing crisis.
Oakland Celebrates Ninth Annual Pride Parade And FestivalBay Area residents gathered Sunday to celebrate the ninth annual Oakland Pride parade and festival.
Oakland Officials Debate Cost Of Police Data AnalysisA debate was raging in Oakland Thursday as officials argued over whether the city budget should continue to cover the cost of analyzing data on police stops.
Oakland Mayor Fires Back After 'Libby Schaaf Act' IntroducedThree months after Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf alerted the Bay Area about an impeding ICE raid, a Republican congressman introduced a bill Monday that could send any official to prison if they make such a warning.