An Oakland police officer claimed he 'stopped fully' before smashing into a motorcyclist and even lectured the person he hurt. But a nearby surveillance camera contradicts his account.
California’s school bond system is dominated by well-funded private interests and plagued by a lack of oversight.
Environmentalists say Bay Area regulators are continuing to drag their feet on dealing with air pollution from refineries. And residents in vulnerable communities are paying the price.
Environmentalists and Alameda residents are upset that the sheriff’s office held an Urban Shield military-like training exercise at a nature preserve and bird refuge.
Alameda's interim city manager and city attorney say emails among top officials discussing Mayor Trish Herrera Spencer's refusal to pay back $100 must be kept secret.
Over the years, the UC Berkeley Police Department has escaped scrutiny, despite evidence of racial profiling, biased policing, and a lack of oversight.
The well-funded Oakland Children's Initiative — Measure AA — is providing the mayor with the equivalent of hundreds of thousands in campaign ads while she runs for reelection.
And the corporate coal mining entity behind it has rebranded itself amid financial problems as developer Phil Tagami files a claim against the city.
The Raiders franchise under Mark Davis has mostly been a dumpster fire. The solution? Davis should free the Raiders from his incompetence and sell the team to a new owner.
The organization sets up at 27th Street and Northgate Avenue and at 6th and Castro streets.
The two candidates vying for the seat are on opposing sides of OUSD's main education controversy.
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And now my final, and I DO mean final thoughts on this topic...
I was unfortunate enough to have Judge Austin to preside over my case in 2017…
Yes TS Edson, he lost his leg AND the city paid him $12 million. Justice?…