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Oakland School Board Gives Itself Raise After Deep Budget Cuts

The school board of the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) voted Monday to give itself a raise despite their multi-million dollar budget deficit.Each of...

City Holds Public Lands Meeting for Small, Minority and Women-owned...

The City of Oakland is hosting a public meeting Monday, Jan 8 for Oakland’s small, minority and women-owned construction firms to learn about the...

Brooks Calls for City to Fund Job Training for Construction

District 6 City Councilmember Desley Brooks is sponsoring an ordinance that would set aside 5 percent of the city’s capital improvement project costs to...

School District Business Officer Vernon Hal Resigns

Vernon Hal. Photo Courtesy of East Bay Express. Oakland public schools’ Senior Business Officer Vernon Hal, who has served the district for two decades, turned...

Infection Lapses Rampant in Nursing Homes But Punishment Is Rare

By Jordan Rau, Kaiser Health NewsBasic steps to prevent infections — such as washing hands, isolating contagious patients and keeping ill nurses and aides...

Mayor Schaaf Asks Churchgoers to Rent a Room to Homeless But...

On Sunday morning, Dec. 10, Mayor Libby Schaaf will attend a breakfast and discussion on homelessness in West Oakland, hosted by the Market Street Seventh Day...

Peralta Colleges’ Board of Trustees Halt Oakland A’s Ballpark Plan

Recent meetings of the Peralta Colleges’ Board of Trustees were packed with supporters and opponents of the proposed A’s stadium near Laney College. Photo...

#WeChoose – National Live Call-in Town Hall Meeting on Public Education

The #WeChoose Campaign has already organized over 30 town hall meetings across the country engaging communities in building grassroots visions for public education.The next...

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Tesla, Inc. on Behalf of...

Rampant Racial Harassment Allegedly Includes Use of  Term “Nigger” Throughout Tesla’s Fremont Factory According to a class action lawsuit filed this week in Alameda County,...

Richmond and San Pablo Protest Against Charter School Expansion

Teachers, students and residents of Richmond and San Pablo rallied this week at the Board of Education meeting of the West Contra Costa Unified...
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