The city prioritized the demands of a bank over the needs of commuters and eliminated a key bus stop on a busy Broadway line — angering senior citizens, transportation advocates, and AC Transit.
Sometimes called an "atheist church," Oakland's Sunday Assembly could best be described as humanist, more indicative of a celebration of life than a call for anti-theism.
While the city's affordability crisis deepens, Oakland's elected officials do nothing, except "study" the problem — and celebrate the arrival of a company whose long-term viability is in doubt.
In praise of activism with honesty and compassion.
Two recent studies linked low birth weights in baby girls to their mothers' exposure to the ubiquitous toxic chemical used in food containers.
Readers sound off on short-term rentals, the canonization of Junipero Serra, and development in Emeryville.
Misspelled last name for Sean Luse.
At UC Berkeley, one radically engaged academic program could finally force the school to own up to its mission as a public university — if the administration agrees to fund it.
Businessmen who want to export coal from Oakland promised to pay money to environmental groups and churches in exchange for their support.
Law enforcement officials say Prop 47 — which reduced some minor offenses from felonies to misdemeanors — has led to a spike in crime. But they've got no credible evidence to back their claims.
As government agencies around the country question sanctuary city policies, Berkeley digs in.
The California medical cannabis industry has spent decades fighting “The Man.” Now, former outlaws must rapidly evolve to work with him.
Readers sound off on PG&E, walkable streets, and copyright law.
Date of Sausal Creek's annual native plant sale.
In the East Bay, Airbnb has expanded far beyond the rental of spare bedrooms and is now fostering the practice of taking entire homes and apartments off the long-term rental market.
Despite ongoing efforts to reduce the jail population and prioritize social services, the Alameda County Sheriff's Office is quietly pursuing $80 million to build a new jail unit.
The descendants of indigenous people who were enslaved, tortured, and killed by the Catholic Missionary system plan to protest the pope's canonization of its leader.
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