Young artists, including rapper Alexis Johnson, create a music video warning fellow youth about the health dangers of fast food.
Alameda County teenagers struggling with suicidal thoughts can find help by sending a text message.
The Oakland Unified School District will implement a new wellness policy to fight childhood obesity.
Oakland-based grassroots organization builds edible gardens to grow sustainable food, create jobs, and build community.
New study to launch that will make better use of in-home HIV testing.
Hospitals are conducting emergency drills and retrofitting buildings to withstand the next big shake.
The August 24 earthquake reminded Oakland residents to prepare for the next one.
Alameda county residents who show exceptional commitment and service are recognized.
Approximately, six million kids play tackle or flag football, absorbing an average of 650 hits to the head every season. However, the crisis of concussions is growing in all sports.
Out of a small section of warehouse space in West Oakland, Eric Maundu is growing a big dream. He wants to make it possible for almost anyone to grow food in an economical, energy efficient...
Banjoko once lived in Oakland and was a part of the ‘90s Bay Area Hip Hop music scene. Currently, he is teaching chess and life strategies to students at Encinal High School in Alameda through...
In the future, the EOSC plans to expand by adding an outdoor competition swimming pool, a two-court basketball gymnasium with an elevated running track, three soccer fields and additional parking.
Oakland District Attorney Nancy O’Malley announced Thursday morning the launch of a billboard campaign aimed at combating human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of minors in the Bay Area.
A care facility has backed out of a deal to receive brain dead teen as Attorney Chris Dolan accuses Children's Hospital of getting in the way.
The family of Jahi McMath says they have found a Bay Area facility to accept the 13-year-old, but Children's Hospital says transferring her would violate a recent court order.
With call centers inundated with questions and lengthy wait times, volunteer groups are bridges between East Bay residents and Covered California.