A new 3-D technology to detect breast cancer at Oakland’s Carol Ann Read Breast Health Center is helping doctors diagnose the disease earlier by allowing them to examine tissue layer-by-layer. The medical center, part of...
The U.S. presidential election is less than two months away, but the campaigns of Republicans and Democrats in Oakland and California couldn’t be more different. According to the website Open Secrets, which tracks campaign contributions,...
Demonstrator's outside of Oakland City Hall participated in the national Renter's Day of Action on September 22, highlighting the Oakland City Measure JJ that would introduce stricter regulations on landlords.
Volunteers at Oakland Animal Services are starting a new working cats program to both boost cat adoptions and help control rodents in homes and businesses around the Bay Area.
Tenants in a 39-unit Single Room Occupancy (SRO) on the edge of Oakland Chinatown are expecting better living conditions after an Alameda County Superior Court judge ordered the owners to improve it by October 7.
Bike-sharing hits Oakland courtesy of Ford Motor Co.
Room to Groom is one of the barbershops in Oakland that caters to African-Americans and has managed to stay in business despite a 24 percent decline in Oakland’s black population between 2000 and 2010.
Family members and their once-premature babies reunited with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) staff of Kaiser Permanente's Oakland Medical Center to celebrate the health of their children.
City council to consider naming Uptown a Cultural Arts District, but some artists fear it may be too little too late.
A proposed high-rise tower and a police recommendation for security cameras created tension at the Temescal Neighborhood Council meeting.
The East Bay Regional Park District’s board of directors voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of building a 300-car parking lot on top of a possible Ohlone burial site at the Mission Peak Regional Preserve.
Sutter Health, which runs the campus as part of its Alta Bates Summit Medical Center based in Oakland, announced last October that it intends to close the campus between 2018 and 2030 and consolidate all...
Planning directors discuss Oakland's lack of affordable housing and efforts to provide more.
City of Oakland plans to reduce plants that can fuel fire and create a more accessible pathway for emergency vehicles, but there's opposition.
Internet company Google is opening a new technology education center in Oakland for minority students amid criticism that Silicon Valley is not diverse enough. Claire Shorall, the manager of computer science for the Oakland Unified...
Oakland and Berkeley Public Libraries co-hosted Dioram-Off, a book-themed diorama competition, at Actual Cafe in North Oakland on Wednesday.