Dr. Kimberly Mayfield, chair of the Education Department at Holy Names University, and Barbara Parker, Oakland City Attorney, are among the 2013 Ella Hill Hutch award winners presented by Black Women Organized for Political Action, [...]
More than 80 students from Coronado Elementary School in Richmond lined up on the John F. Kennedy High School football field to participate in the Gatorade Junior Training Camp.
From the rough streets of South Central to performing with renowned musicians and comedians is the dream for most aspiring entertainers growing up in the Los Angeles area.
Rev. Dr. Harold R. Mayberry and the congregation of First African Methodist Episcopal Church, 3701 Telegraph, invite the community to celebrate 155 years that the church has served the Bay Area community.
While numbers of overall foreclosures in Oakland are decreasing, they are more and more affecting people who have lived in their homes for 10 or more years, according to a quarterly City of Oakland report [...]
Oakland, CA – A electrifying start for the Raiders. On the first play from scrimmage Terrelle Pryor ran 93-yards for the touchdown. It was the longest run by a quarterback in NFL history and the [...]
Independent truckers who work at Port of Oakland held a work stoppage Monday to protest working conditions at the port. “We need safer conditions and better compensation,” says port trucker Isaiah Thompson.
Sacramento, CA – Two years ago, Mike Malone came into the league as one of the top sought out NBA Assistant coaches. Now as the head coach of the Sacramento Kings, he is off to [...]
On Sunday morning, over 30,000 women competed in the 10th Annual Nike Women’s Marathon in San Francisco, bringing together runners from across the country to raise money to fight leukemia and lymphoma. Among these women [...]
By Jon Leckie A group of 20 parents gather in a small cafeteria at the Oakland Housing Authority at 12th Street and Union. They sit at six tables with vases of flowers in the middle, [...]