Lack of Tests Means We Still Don't Know the Full Scope of Outbreak

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Lack of Tests Means We Still Don't Know the Full Scope of Outbreak

Despite mobilization by states and private industry, U.S. is woefully behind on testing.

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Where California Stands with Coronavirus Testing

The situation is changing quickly, but progress is being made.

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Bay Area Cities Move to Protect Renters

Alameda joins other cities in placing a moratorium on evictions during crisis.

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Out of a Job? Can't Pay Your Bills?

These Proposals May Keep You Afloat Amid This Pandemic

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Coronavirus and the Census: California Fears an Undercount

Despite a delay in some deadlines, the dangers of suppressed turnout are high.

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Ethics Complaint Filed Against Feinstein For Selling Stocks

The veteran member of the House Judiciary Committee is under the microscope for some curiously timed stock sales.

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Citizens and Businesses Are Flouting the Distancing Guidelines

Coronavirus Journal: Parks may yet have to close, AA goes online, first death in Alameda County, and school's out for summer?

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Imagine a World With No Toilet Paper

It's easy if you try.

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Congress Has Starved Local Public-Health Departments

Funding is way down since the Great Recession, weakening their ability to respond to COVID-19.

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When Crazy Turns Sensible

At first, I couldn’t fathom why my friends cancelled our dinner date.

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My Vacation in Oakland

Looks like I won't be going to Italy next month after all.

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Erase

Graffiti is an addiction, he believes, a compulsion. His obsession is removing it. And collecting it.

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A Different Relationship With Housing

Land trusts are playing an increasing role in the effort to help people keep their homes.

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How Finances Trumped Treatment for the Mentally Ill

A Psychiatric Emergency in Contra Costa County — Part Two

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A Psychiatric Emergency in Contra Costa County

For years, Contra Costa County has ignored problems at its once-groundbreaking psychiatric unit.  Now the violence and aggression have reached a breaking point.

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With Visibility Comes Competition

Eric Swalwell attracts attention in his bid for reelection. Otherwise, it's a slow year for federal and state officeholders in the East Bay.

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March Ballot Measures Primarily Intended to Benefit Children in East Bay

Tax measures on ballot eye funding for schools and school construction and health care for low-income families.

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Why the Race to Represent Eastern Alameda County is the Most Important Local Election

It's a dead heat in the contest to replace Supervisor Scott Haggerty.

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Anger at OUSD

The school district says Oakland has far too many schools for a city of its size. But efforts to redirect some resources into other priorities are drawing fire.

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