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The number of street-corner donation boxes owned by companies that engage in shady practices has risen quickly in Oakland, and critics say they've become a magnet for illegal dumping.
The mayor has suffered several setbacks in the last few weeks, and if the trend continues, her chances of reelection look dim.
A new much-publicized report on displacement in Oakland and San Francisco also provides a roadmap for how to stop things from getting worse.
The company’s petition to the US Supreme Court to keep operating in Point Reyes National Seashore is full of false statements and exaggerations.
Last week, environmentalists, scientists, and techies teamed up to explore using aerial drones to collect ecological data that can otherwise be difficult to obtain.
Readers sound off on Berkeley's Peer Assistance and Review program, Neill Sullivan's investments in Oakland, and free music.
The number of affordable housing units that the Center for Investigative Reporting attributed to Richmond Village. Plus, clarifications on Thomas Steyer's investment in Neill Sullivan's REO Homes fund and Berkeley's parking plan.
Oakland has become the epicenter of a movement to create a more realistic portrayal of queer- and female-centric sex.
After rushing to adopt a plan that was prompted by a series of controversial news stories, the city council decided to not immediately evacuate the Hacienda apartment complex.
With a private equity firm taking over the East Bay grocery chain, its development plans in North Oakland face new questions and uncertainty.
The city is moving forward with a proposal to extend parking meter hours to 8 p.m. in order to free up more spots for patrons of restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues.
CBS yanked WeedMaps' Times Square billboard and Google, Facebook, Yahoo are still banning dispensary listings — because free speech still doesn't apply to legal weed.
One PacificCoast Bank responds and readers sound off on Walgreens in Berkeley and OPD targeting black residents.
The footage in Black Hole Cinematheque's program "Adventures Close to Home."
The school district disproportionately disciplines black teachers and older educators with higher salaries. Are students paying the price?
In half a decade, the San Francisco-based investor has become one of the largest landlords in the Town, fueling the debate over gentrification and displacement.
The mayor wants to make one-quarter of the units in her 10K housing plan affordable. But advocates say Oakland needs to adopt new funding and tenant-protections laws.