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Victory for Probate Court Reform Movement and the Carter Family

When Cardell Carter, daughters Venus Gist and Kimberly Carter decided to defy court order and remove their wife and mother from a Board and...

Oakland Responds to New ICE Raids

Activists have blocked the intersections surrounding the ICE building in San Francisco this week. Facebook photos by Megan Zapanta and April Martin. Oakland officials and...

40 Years After First Ebola Outbreak, Survivors Show Signs They Can...

Carla Denly, UCLA School of Public HealthSurvivors of the first known Ebola outbreak, which occurred in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1976,...

Violence Prevention Department Bogged Down in Debate Over $300,000 No-bid...

The City Council’s Life Enrichment Committee this week discussed a proposed resolution—sponsored by Councilmembers Lynette Gibson McElhaney and Larry Reid—to kick start the city’s...

Oakland Council Seeks to Safeguard Soda Tax Funds

Council responds to mayor’s attempt to redirect funds for public health to close the city’s budget. The City Council’s Life Enrichment Committee on Tuesday approved...

Kevin de Leon Clashes With SoCal Activist Group Over Donation to...

By Manny Otiko | California Black MediaState Senate leader Kevin de Leon is being accused of being insensitive to the Black gay community. De...

Proposed City Council Rule Change Falls Short in Face of...

Speakers concerned about Chief Kirkpatrick’s interference in council decisions; Her actions also cost her former employer, City of Spokane, $1.7 million jury award   Conflicts...

AC Transit to Oakland Hills  Schools Wins Reprieve

The Oakland Unified School District and AC Transit have announced that bus transportation service to Montera Middle School, Skyline High School and Community Day...

Politicians Kill Bill to Eliminate State Rent Control Restrictions

Tenants’ rights advocates flood state capitol building, vow to take issue to ballot box A bill to repeal statewide restrictions on rent control is dead...

Proposed City Jobs Policy Could Shut Out Black Construction Workers

City staff, along with Councilmembers Rebecca Kaplan (front left) and Abel Guillén, hosted a meeting Monday evening at City Hall to hear community feedback...
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