Ending months of rumors that he was applying for jobs at school districts around the country, Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Superintendent Antwan Wilson announced this week that he is quitting after two-and-a-half years [...]
Local artist Anthony Holdsworth is an iconic urban landscape painter who has chronicled the complex urban landscapes in the Bay Area for over 30 years. Week after week, he is at his easel [...]
Mayor Libby Schaaf has reached a framework with a group led by ex-NFL player Ronnie Lott to keep the Raiders in Oakland, according to NBC Bay Area.
By Jeff Weisinger The Oakland Raiders stand alone atop the AFC West after their 27-20 win over the Houston Texans on Monday night. It was the first time Monday Night Football traveled to Mexico [...]
A free, award-winning job training program that prepares local residents for high-paying careers in industrial facilities has opened for registration, with classes starting Jan. 23 and ending June 20, 2017, according to Chevron Richmond, which [...]
By Associated Press A surge in border crossings and a lack of immigration jail space have prompted the federal government to start releasing Haitian immigrants who have been entering the country in large numbers [...]
Get this. After years of battling with the City of Oakland and the County of Alameda over public funding, here’s an Oakland sports organization that wants to change the relationship. Dave Kaval, new Oakland A’s [...]
Representatives of a community and labor coalition this week declared a victory in their six-month fight to win community benefits from Wood Partners’ 262-unit, one square-block apartment development, winning significant changes in an agreement that [...]
The City Council was set Tuesday night to pass what seemed to be an uncontroversial law to enact the Measure KK Affordable Housing and Infrastructure Bond, which was approved by voters last week.
In 2012, when President Obama signed an executive order offering undocumented youth temporary immigration relief, thousands of lives were changed as young people were finally given the ability to live without fear of deportation.
Cities across the country have announced defiantly that they will remain “sanctuary cities” for their undocumented residents, despite President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign promise to cut all federal funding to cities that do so. &nb