Oakland Fire Crews Battle Two-Alarm Blaze At Apartment BuildingFire crews in Oakland took on a two-alarm blaze Wednesday at an apartment on 90th Avenue, the fire department said.
Supply Chain Issues: Port Of Oakland Officials Issue Plea For More Cargo Ships To Unload While freighters languish in the waters off the Southern California coast, Port Of Oakland officials issued a plea Tuesday to shipping companies, asking them to reroute their vessels to the docks of their massive facility.
Oakland: 'Keys To Equity' Project Helps Low-Income Black Homeowners Build In-Law UnitsA new program from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is giving low-income Black homeowners a chance to profit from their houses by building rental units on their property.
Oakland Police Investigate Fatal Pedestrian Collision as HomicidePolice in Oakland have arrested a suspect in a fatal pedestrian collision Monday morning that is being investigated as a homicide, according to authorities.
Multi-Vehicle Accident Snarls Traffic on Northbound I-880 in OaklandAn accident involving multiple vehicles on northbound I-880 in Oakland Saturday morning slowed traffic in the area for hours, according to reports.
Car Fleeing CHP Causes AC Transit Bus to Plow Into Oakland HomeAn AC Transit bus crashed into a home in West Oakland on Friday afternoon after it was struck by a vehicle being pursued by California Highway Patrol units, authorities said.
BART Requiring All Employees to Get COVID Vaccine by Dec. 13All BART employees and contractors will be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or prove their full vaccination status by mid-December under a policy the agency's board adopted Thursday.
HUD Secretary Visits Affordable Housing Near Fruitvale BART In Oakland, Says More Supply NeededU.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Marcia Fudge visited Oakland's Fruitvale Village on Thursday morning to see solutions to the nation's housing crisis.
Dozens Of Mills College Employees Rally for Jobs, Union RecognitionEmployees at Mills College let administrators know this week that they want a union.
Legendary Oakland A's Broadcaster Ray Fosse Dies After Longtime Battle With CancerRay Fosse, a legendary broadcaster with the Oakland A's and catcher during the team's 1970s dynasty, died after a longtime battle with cancer, his family announced Wednesday.
East Bay Woman Provides Place of Healing for Homeless YouthAn East Bay woman with a heart for homeless is providing a place of healing -- and an innovative housing solution -- for young people.