Unruly Protesters Angered By Breonna Taylor Decision Clash With Oakland Police; Several Demonstrators ArrestedA crowd of more than 250 protesters, angered by a recent decision in the Breonna Taylor case, clashed with Oakland police Friday night, pelting the officers with cans and bottles, several demonstrators were arrested, authorities said.
Oakland Lawyer Filling Need For African Americans Seeking Estate, Retirement Planning ServicesVerleana Green discovered that many African Americans don't have estate plans, and when they pass away the assets they do have are often tied up in probate court. Michelle Griego reports.
Free COVID-19 Testing Available In Oakland's Fruitvale DistrictFree COVID-19 testing will be available this weekend in Oakland's Fruitvale District, organizers said.
Facebook Critics Start Rival, Independent 'Oversight Board'A group of prominent Facebook critics, including one of the social network's early investors and a journalist facing jail time in the Philippines, are launching their version of an "oversight board" to rival the company's own.
Breonna Taylor Protesters Slow Traffic On Golden Gate, Bay BridgeAuthorities were reporting slower traffic on both the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge Thursday evening as Breanna Taylor protesters purposely decelerated on the spans to create gridlock.
Bay Area Protests Held After No Officers Charged In Death Of Breonna Taylor; More Demonstrations ExpectedProtesters in the Bay Area Wednesday night joined demonstrators across the country after a grand jury in Kentucky did not charge police officers for the death of Breonna Taylor.
All Lanes Of Southbound I-880 Reopen After Oakland Collision, Vehicle FireA collision and vehicle fire on southbound I-880 at Jackson Street in Oakland Wednesday evening blocked lanes for over an hour, according to CHP.
East Bay Fire Officials Worried About Hot, Windy Weather This WeekendFire officials are concerned over forecast triple digit temperatures and gusty winds that are expected to increase fire danger this weekend in the Bay Area.
Alameda County Supes Cap Fees of Food-Delivery Services at 15 PercentAlameda County supervisors on Tuesday unanimously passed a temporary ordinance that caps the fees charged to restaurants by food-delivery services such as Uber Eats and Grubhub.
Project Homekey: Newsom Announces $236M In Grants To House Homeless; San Francisco Gets $45M For HotelGov. Gavin Newsom on Monday announced the state has issued a new round of grants totaling $236 million to help house homeless in the Bay Area and California, as part of the "Project Homekey" initiative.
Reopenings: East Bay Regional Parks To Allow For Some Camping, Boating; Picnic Areas Stay ClosedThe East Bay Regional Park District announced Sunday it is reopening day use, camping and boating at some parks on Oct. 2 with capacity limitations in place.