City officials took 22 months to propose three sites for sanctioned homeless encampments, and they recently offered one to some of their biggest critics — activists from The Village.
The city's complicated and sticky process for licensing cannabis grows has prompted many cultivators to remain in the shadows.
Since Brenda Roberts became Oakland city auditor in 2015, productivity has plummeted, and ex-employees say the office has been wracked by a culture of abuse.
Anne Kirkpatrick said Oakland police had assisted in a federal human trafficking investigation, but the only charges filed so far are civil immigration violations.
The beloved nonprofit, which supplies books to low-income kids throughout Oakland, has lost its lease and may have to shut down.
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Councilmember Dan Kalb is developing a tiered property transfer tax that could raise rates on expensive homes and generate millions in new revenue.
Twelve rank-and-file Oakland cops were punished in the sex exploitation case, but a federal judge decided the commanders who bungled the investigation don't need to be disciplined.
Back-to-the-landers who created the state's cannabis-growing industry decades ago may be left behind when the button-down crowd takes control of the new era of legal weed.
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