Desperate to staff up, Oakland police hired many problem cops between 2013 and 2015. And it’s still paying the price.
California has launched a movement to help students understand climate change and human impacts on water and ecological systems.
How African Americans were blocked from living in most East Bay neighborhoods: an excerpt from the 2017 book "The Color of Law."
Twin Peaks’ Deputy Hawk turns art into a political act with ledger art.
Readers share their thoughts about UCSF taking on Children’s Hospital.
Alameda’s influential firefighters’ union is at war with Jill Keimach over how she selected the new chief of the Island’s fire department.
Oakland City Councilmember Abel Guillen may take a prototype on the road to promote a new form of housing for homeless people.
East Bay activists are pushing to replace more traffic lanes with bike lanes. But not everybody is happy about it.
Once a pioneer in the music-streaming industry, the company has lagged behind hipper rivals like Spotify. But it’s determined to get its mojo back.
Oakland Unified is planning to start school on Aug. 13 next year, and some parents and camp directors don’t like it.