An Oakland pop-up cafe seeks to utilize a recipe-for-success to brighten futures for local girls and young women.
Bike East Bay, a group working for safe and convenient bicycling for all, took to the streets of Oakland to focus on cycling safety.
A fire broke out in a cottage on a property in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, Nov. 2, 2014.
Residents, non-profit organizers, and local businesses owners from the Oak Tree area gathered last Wednesday night at YEP, a youth employment training agency, to hear seven of the 15 mayoral candidates’ strategies for dealing with...
Voters will be deciding this November on Measure Z, which if approved would continue a parking and parcel tax that funds public safety services and violence prevention programming.
The Oakland Police Department that the reward for information relating to a 2009 homicide case has more than doubled to $25,000.
BART commuters experienced a system-wide delay Thursday morning as the BART Police Department investigated a report of a man with a gun possibly boarding a train. BART spokesperson Alicia Trost said a rider called shortly...
In dual news conferences in Oakland and Washington D.C., Congresswoman Barbara Lee and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced Tuesday that Oakland and Richmond have been named by the Justice Department as part of a...
An Oakland resident created a website for people to determine whether their building is at greater risk of collapsing during an earthquake.
The Three Feet for Safety law went into effect this week and meets with mixed reviews.
Alameda County teenagers struggling with suicidal thoughts can find help by sending a text message.
Crossing guards do more than just make sure students get to school safely.
Hospitals are conducting emergency drills and retrofitting buildings to withstand the next big shake.
Alameda county residents who show exceptional commitment and service are recognized.
New BART Watch app allows patrons to report disturbances, crimes in progress, vandalism and panhandling.
Courtney Ruby, 47, is no stranger to politics. Now in her eighth year as Oakland’s elected city auditor, she’s entered a large crowd of candidates seeking to unseat incumbent Mayor Jean Quan. “I have proven...