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The new Lucile Packard Children's Hospital in Emeryville could siphon off wealthier patients and thus make it harder for Children's Hospital Oakland to serve low-income residents.
Activists raise alarm about radiation from Japan, but nuclear researchers say their fears are unfounded.
The giant water tunnels plan threatens to destroy the fragile Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, while high-speed rail could actually benefit the environment.
The city's ethics commission plans to fine the Yes on Measure S committee for failing to report more than fifty cash payments to Election Day workers.
Readers sound off on punishment for hate crimes, BART's general manager, and compensation for musicians.
And city staffers appear to have known that the contractor was not telling the truth when it swore under penalty of perjury that it wasn’t involved in nuclear weapons work.
Capitalizing on news reports about immigration reform, sham lawyers and consultants are defrauding undocumented immigrants in the East Bay — and destroying their lives in the process.
The proliferation of charters in the city has left traditional public schools without enough money to educate children with special needs.
One year after it was ordered to close, a controversial oyster business continues to block the creation of the first marine wilderness on the West Coast.
Readers sound off on problems in the music industry, tech's influence in the Bay Area, and a new sports stadium in Oakland.
Creator of Islam & Authors series and name of chef.
Despite lawsuits, threats, and political attacks, the city is forging ahead with plans to create a consortium of cities that would adopt its anti-foreclosure plan.
Violence and discrimination against transgender people are rampant — even in the liberal East Bay.
The unraveling of the transit agency's contract deal with its unions is yet another example of why Grace Crunican is not qualified for her job.
Councilmember Libby Schaaf likely will run against Jean Quan at a time when the mayor is enjoying some successes. But will progressive voters care?