By Pamela Drake It is one of the features of life today in Oakland that bus stops the community needs disappear without explanation, and residents find themselves having to join forces and complain for [...]
Eastbay Assemblymember Rob Bonta, joined by immigrant, civil rights, and labor group, is backing legislation to address controversial deportation tactics by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that continue to thrust local law enforcement into the [...]
The San Leandro Library is hosting a community celebration in honor of Women’s History Month, featuring author Kate Schatz and artist Miriam Klein Stahl. The free event will be held at the Main Library [...]
By Damian Trujillo, NBC Bay Area A San Jose police officer who was fired last year after sending what some called racists tweets is back on the force. Damian Trujillo reports. (Published Thursday, Feb. [...]
The San Leandro City Council announced that for the second year in a row, up to 75 San Leandro homeowners are eligible to receive as much as $3,000 to help strengthen their homes in the [...]
By Nikolas Zelinski The social media website Nextdoor.com, designed to connect neighbors, is gradually making changes to its website in the wake of intense criticism for creating a cyber network that allows racial profiling [...]
The San Leandro Public Library is hosting a Murder Most Foul forum on Saturday, Jan 16, 2 p.m., at the Main Library at 300 Estudillo Ave.
Courtesy of CBS and Post Staff Salvaged steel from the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge has been awarded to five projects for public display, including one at the old Oakland Army Base [...]
The City of Oakland is seeking to sign a new contact with a goat grazing company to reduce fire danger in the Oakland hills. The two and half year contract, signed with a company [...]
By Marianne Favro, NBC News Hundreds of parents pulled their kids out of school Monday in the San Lorenzo Unified School District and are calling on others to do the same thing on Tuesday.