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Oakland Counseling Guru Accused of Sexual Assault Oakland Counseling Guru Accused of Sexual Assault Six women are suing Steve Bearman, founder of Interchange Counseling Institute, alleging that he assaulted them at his home or during private sessions after coercing them to take hallucinogens. December 13, 2017
A Towering Scam A Towering Scam Tom Henderson bought the iconic Tribune Tower and was hailed as an Oakland hero. The feds say it was all a con. October 25, 2017
Oakland Police Chief's Troubles Resemble Those of Her Past Oakland Police Chief's Troubles Resemble Those of Her Past Anne Kirkpatrick has been facing tough questions about her honesty and commitment to reform — just like she did in her last job as chief. January 03, 2018
Fire and Fortune Fire and Fortune A year after a fire killed four people at a San Pablo Avenue building for low-income people, many of the former residents are still suffering. The owners of the building? Not so much. April 04, 2018
West Oakland's Food Desert Remains West Oakland's Food Desert Remains A shopping plaza where the city and community partners have been trying to open a supermarket for more than a decade was sold in the fraud case against the former Tribune Tower owner. March 14, 2018
Permanently Temporary Permanently Temporary Oakland views itself as a progressive city, but it has increasingly relied on low-paid, part-time employees who have no job security. And workers say city services have suffered. March 07, 2018

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