Shopping Cart DNA Links Suspect To Beating Death Of Oakland Homeless WomanA man has been charged with murdering a homeless woman in Oakland after authorities linked him to DNA found on a metal cart used to attack her.
Students Rising Above: Oakland Scholar, Mom Share Strong BondMost parents hope when a child goes off to college they will hear from them at least once in a while. For Abigail Santiago, calling home is a daily comfort for both her and her family.
Oakland McDonald's Franchise Settles Employee Suit Over COVID-19 Masks Made From Diapers, Coffee FiltersAn Oakland McDonald's has settled a lawsuit by employees who said the owner gave them COVID-19 masks made from dog diapers and coffee filters.
Arrest Made In Oakland Hills Road Rage Hit-&-Run That Was Caught On CameraAuthorities have announced a driver has been arrested arrest in connection with an Oakland Hills hit-and-run and road rage incident that injured a man over the weekend.
COVID: In-Person Learning Resumes For 35,000 Oakland Unified StudentsMore than 35,000 Oakland Unified School District students returned to classrooms Monday after 16 months of distance learning, sporting backpacks and masks.
Alameda County Deputy Struck, Dragged By Hit-And-Run DriverAn Alameda County Sheriff's deputy suffered back injuries early Monday when he was hit by a car while trying make an arrest in Oakland Monday morning.
COVID: Delta Variant Fears Overshadow Oakland Students Return To ClassroomsStudents have mixed emotions about returning to class Monday in the Oakland Unified School District during the pandemic for the start of the new school year.
Brazen Daylight Oakland Chinatown Street Attack, Shooting Caught on CameraSaturday afternoon in Oakland’s Chinatown a brazen sidewalk robbery attempt and shooting was captured on surveillance video.
Oakland Middle-Schoolers Receive Backpacks, Inspiration From Warriors StarOn Saturday in East Oakland, kids heading back to school got free backpacks and some encouragement from a Golden State Warrior who is very familiar with the neighborhood.
Newsom Confrontation Shows Flaws In State Mental Health System The big brother Suzette Chaumette remembers was witty and kind, an aspiring historian at the University of California, Berkeley whose promise was derailed by mental illness. Over the decades, he struggled with bipolar disorder, cycling in and out of hospitals and halfway homes and into homelessness.
Two Die In Separate Oakland Early Morning Homicides Homicide investigators were busy early Saturday, investigating a pair of Oakland slayings -- the latest victims of a surge of deadly gun violence on city streets.
'We’ve Done Every Single Thing We Can'; Oakland Teachers Prepare To Welcome Students BackWith a mixture of excitement and a little anxiety, Oakland teachers were busy getting their classrooms ready Friday as the district's more than 36,000 students were preparing for a return to fall classes next week.
Court Ruling Temporarily Blocks Mills College Merger with Northeastern UniversityMills College has temporarily been blocked from moving forward with its plans to merge with Northeastern University in Boston after a trustee alleged the school was withholding information about the merger.
AC Transit To Increase Service Starting Next Week Amid Return To Schools, OfficesAC Transit will expand its service schedule systemwide next week in anticipation of Bay Area residents returning to schools and offices, the transit agency announced Wednesday.
Suspect Charged With Murder In Gruesome Oakland SlayingA 58-year-old suspect has been charged with murder in the gruesome March slaying of William Vann, who died after being set on fire, authorities said.