Oakland Police Investigate Fatal MacArthur Blvd Shooting; Latest Homicide During Surge Of Deadly ViolenceA shooting victim was discovered late Monday night in a vehicle that crashed along MacArthur Blvd. -- the 81st person to lose their life to deadly violence so far this year on Oakland streets.
Oakland Zoo Closed Monday In Wake Of Power OutageThe Oakland Zoo will be closed Monday and possibly Tuesday due to PG&E's planned Public Safety Power Shutoffs affecting the area amid dry and windy weather.
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.
UPDATE: Red Flag Warning In Bay Area Starts Sunday; Strongest Winds Of Year ForecastThe National Weather Service on Friday upgraded a declared Fire Weather Watch to a Red Flag Warning for the East Bay Hills and valleys, the North Bay Mountains and Santa Cruz Mountains starting Sunday morning.
Bay Area Lawmaker Would Require DA's Who Receive Police Contributions To Recuse Themselves In Misconduct CasesA bill to be introduced in December in the state Assembly would require district attorneys to recuse themselves from police misconduct cases if they have accepted campaign contributions from police unions that represent the accused officer.
'This Is Related To Elections' - Homeless Advocates Question Oakland's Timing On Encampment CrackdownCities across the Bay Area have taken or plan to take action to clean up homeless encampments. But homeless advocates say the timing of all of this is a bit peculiar.
Firefighters, Survivors Mark Somber Anniversary Of Deadly 1991 Oakland Hills FirestormThe San Francisco Bay Area was on the eve of another Red Flag Fire Warning Tuesday, but the thoughts of Oakland firefighters were on another time, another day of fire, that took 25 lives in the hills near the Caldecott Tunnel.
Fire Crews Get Upper Hand On Residential Fire In Oakland; 2 DisplacedTwo people were displaced after a fire broke out at a 2-story residential structure in Oakland, Monday evening.
KPIX Vote Smart: Dozens Of East Bay Councilwoman's Campaign Signs StolenAfter the disappearance of dozens campaign placards, a candidate running for re-election for Oakland City Council is crying foul. Councilwoman Lynette McElhaney says someone is stealing her signs and turning this campaign into dirty politics.
Oakland Leaders Demand More COVID Testing In Fruitvale DistrictCity leaders and health officials in Oakland are pleading for federal help to combat high COVID-19 infection rates in one specific area.
AC Transit Resuming Fare Collection, Front Door Boarding After Nearly 7 MonthsThe Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District announced that fare collection and front door boarding on its buses will resume Monday.
3 People Shot In East Oakland; 1 DeadA triple shooting in Oakland has left at least one person dead just blocks from another triple shooting one day prior.
PSPS: Outages Leave 22,000 Bay Area PG&E Customers Without Electricity Amid Red-Flag Fire WarningMore than 22,000 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers in the Bay Area remained without electricity Thursday due to the Public Safety Power Shutoff, a measure taken to decrease the risk of wildfires.
Violent Pot Ring Leader Nicknamed 'Hitler,' 2nd Defendant Sentenced For Racketeering ConspiracyTwo men who entered guilty pleas for their roles in various crimes including a racketeering conspiracy, drug dealing and murder for hire were sentenced to more than three decades in prison, according to the FBI.
UPDATE: Police Confirm Two Dead, One Injured In East Oakland Triple ShootingTwo people are dead and a third person is injured after a triple shooting in East Oakland Wednesday afternoon, according to police.