OUSD plans to appoint a director to BayTech's board while an ongoing investigation delves into allegations of financial mismanagement.
Chemistry between Oakland players and coaches, as well as between the franchise and East Bay fans, has been a big part of the recipe for the A’s’ resurgence.
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A new class-action lawsuit accuses Alameda County of allowing a private company to charge excessive fees to people sentenced to electronic monitoring, telling them to pay up or go to jail.
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Local immigrants’ rights groups say the ban on protests at the West County Detention Facility is a violation of the First Amendment, and won’t deter them from demonstrating.
In the East Bay, women of color and queer people are making alternative health-care practices accessible and culturally relevant to their communities — as well as a key part of their activism.
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