A day on the job with Civicorp's organic waste collection & training program.
Demolition continues on the 78-year-old Bay Bridge, but officials have not yet solved the issue of how to attract the wildlife that currently nests on the old bridge to the new structure.
It's not a motorcycle. It's not a scooter. It's not even an electric bicycle. It's a bike with a motor on it, and it might just be the best way to get around Oakland.
Oakland residents showed support at last night's City Council meeting for an ordinance that limits the construction of new crematoria. Councilmembers also voted on a Jack London Square redevelopment and recognized community volunteers and organizations.
In conjunction with climate change rallies worldwide, activists gathered at Lake Merritt on Sunday for the Northern California People's Climate Rally.
Volunteers for the 30th annual Creek to Bay Day clean up Oakland's Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline.
Statewide ban would prohibit grocery stores, drugstores and convenience stores from distributing single-use plastic bags for free.
Oakland-based grassroots organization builds edible gardens to grow sustainable food, create jobs, and build community.
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.
The popular swimming destination reopened after a toxin-producing blue-green algae forced a closure earlier this summer.
Volunteers rolled up their sleeves to clear trash, weed, plant, and restore creek beds at Oakland's 20th Annual Earth Day event on Saturday. They joined more than a billion people worldwide in what environmentalists call...
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...
Though the Bay Area experienced a few showers this week, far more rain is needed to make a dent in the state’s water shortage.
For independent truckers at the Port of Oakland who have not yet complied with pollution regulations, the New Year may mean the loss of a job.