Fruitvale is the first to be featured in a city-sponsored tourism campaign launched in early October that aims to showcase Oakland's diverse neighborhoods.
Lisa Simonson is an artist, but she makes ends meet by assisting an East Bay home stager who aims to ensure that multimillion-dollar listings live up to their asking prices.
Tensions ran high during an OUSD board meeting focused on teacher raises and charter schools renewals.
The YIMBY’s are a coalition group whose sole mission is to advocate for all new housing developments—and their influence is spreading to the East Bay and to Oakland.
With a battle at the ballot looming over rent control in Oakland, more changes to local housing laws are already in motion at City Hall.
One of the Bay Area’s most distinguished civil rights lawyers has taken on the case of a sexually-exploited teen suing the City of Oakland and several other Bay Area jurisdictions.
After 30 years participation in a landmark study, Oakland participants celebrate healthy hearts and their contributions to scientific literature.
Canine Companions for Independence held Dogfest at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland. The event served to educate the community about assistance dogs and how much they help the disabled community.
The Tales of Two Cities podcast is back for another season featuring brand new audio stories about Oakland and Richmond.
Members of the American Red Cross and the Oakland Fire Department knocked on Fruitvale residents’ homes to install and inspect new smoke alarms.
Oakland is set to become a model city after passing one of the nation's first cell-site simulator policies.
BART unveils new cars and gears up for November vote seeking billions of dollars from taxpayers.
Beverage makers receive another cease and desist letter regarding advertising in their campaign against proposed soda taxes in Oakland and San Francisco. The latest notice is from Sen. Bernie Sanders.
School-based flu vaccination program Shoo the Flu hopes to safeguard the community by administering flu shots to Oakland's children.
With two Oakland officers still awaiting charges in relation to a recent sex scandal, another Oakland officer was arrested and charged in a new sexual misconduct case.
Cuddling is not recognized by most people as a legitimate profession like law or medicine, or even dog-walking. But it’s starting to turn into a service some people are willing to pay for—$80 an hour...