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Friday’s Daily Briefing: Oakland Police Chief Is Out; Alameda Teachers Agree to Tentative Contract

Plus, Berkeley Council bans the rental of backyard cottages through Airbnb.
June 10, 2016

Oakland Food Startup Back to the Roots Scores $10 Million in Funding

Founded in 2009 by two young Cal grads, Back to the Roots has hit the venture-capital jackpot.
June 09, 2016

Wednesday’s Daily Briefing: It’s Clinton vs. Trump; Skinner and Swanson to Face Off in November

Plus, Nate Miley wins reelection, and Measure AA and Prop. 50 pass.
June 08, 2016

Tuesday’s Daily Briefing: AP’s Clinton Call to Hurt Turnout; Alameda Teachers Say 2.3% Raise Too Low

Plus, Californians slashed water usage in April, and the state Supreme Court green-lights Gov. Brown's prison reform measure.
June 07, 2016

Emeryville's Clif Bar Recalls Bars in Listeria Scare

Possible listeria contamination has led Clif Bar to issue a voluntary energy-bar recall.
June 06, 2016

Monday Daily Briefing: Oakland to Talk to Lott About Raiders Deal; Record Voter Reg in California

Pus, a La Niña weather pattern could bring the drought back to California.
June 06, 2016

Friday’s Daily Briefing: Anti-Trump Protest Turns Violent; Billionaire Charter School Backers Spending Big

Plus, hundreds of workers to lose jobs in downtown Oakland, and Alameda schools are at an impasse with teachers.
June 03, 2016

Thursday’s Daily Briefing: Senate Votes to Delay Oakland Coal Project; Clinton and Sanders in Dead Heat

Plus, the Tribune Tower is for sale, and the Berkeley council puts a $100 million infrastructure bond on the November ballot.
June 02, 2016

Berkeley Humane's Pints for Paws Beer Fest Set for Saturday

Enjoy 80-plus beers from 20-plus breweries, knowing that the price of your ticket is helping homeless animals.
June 02, 2016

Group Funded by Big Oil and Big Tobacco Backs Sandre Swanson for Senate

And independent expenditure committee is throwing its weight behind a longtime East Bay progressive.
June 01, 2016