On the eve of his retirement, the federal judge who reshaped the state’s prison system and the Oakland Police Department speaks on his role in the civil rights movement and the future of justice in the Trump era.
After bulldozing neighborhoods early in its history, BART now wants to build communities.
A years-long project to remove highly toxic lead-based paint from 6,000 PG&E transmission towers gets started this summer in Alameda County.
After the executive director of Alameda’s animal shelter left, the shelter and city stopped fighting, agreed to a new deal, and started talking about building a new facility.
Three years ago, Children’s Hospital Oakland merged with UC San Francisco and received $50 million from Marc Benioff. Yet now it’s facing major budget cuts.
Activists are driven by a sense of urgency to strengthen a new regional plan for housing and greenhouse gas reductions by 2040.
A new investigative report of police wrongdoing shows Oakland cops can’t be trusted to investigate themselves. And the new chief doesn’t seem to understand that fact.
Some city officials disagree with homeowners over who should control “lost” publicly owned pathways and miniparks along the water’s edge.
The council’s decision to reinstate Alameda’s fire-inspection team was a no-brainer.
The developers of Alameda Point say the delay in construction is due to a labor shortage caused by the Bay Area housing boom.