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Stories by Vianey
The different tours include two which focus on the history and leaders of the Asian and African American communities
Ameer Aziz was playing basketball with his 8-year-old son at an Oakland park near 19th Street when he noticed something strange: a man instructing kids...
Notary fraud is a common set-up in which notaries unlawfully give legal advice to immigrants, and in many cases, pretend to be immigration attorneys. The...
Oakland schools are now in their second year of running a new testing process that will allow students who are identified as English Language...
Grant will provide academic support for literacy, career pathways, and community safety and engagement
The corner where this incident occurred is currently a construction zone
The African American Family Support Group hosted the 'Help for Family Caregivers Coping with Mental Illness or Substance Abuse' workshop last Saturday
The Asian Pacific Islander Student Achievement is doing a targeted outreach to bring resources for Arab families
Jason Muñiz stands in the door frame that separates his classroom from the bright hallway full of lockers, with his hands holding onto the frame...
Skateboarder at DeFremery Park mentors young Oakland and Berkeley skateboarders
Organizations in Oakland empower Transitional Age Youth (TAY) to support each other, educate health care providers, and become community leaders.
Oakland students receive free hotspots as part of Sprint's 1Million Project.
In an unanimous decision, on Tuesday night the Oakland City Council voted to ban of sales of flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes, in Oakland.