Oakland based photographer Leon Borensztein photographs his daughters disability over three decades.
Approving the construction contract for Glenview Elementary School, adopting an electronic enrollment system and updates on programs for district English learners dominated the school board meeting on Wednesday night.
People from around the Bay Area gathered at the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California in downtown Oakland on Sunday to create art and signs protesting the Trump administration’s travel ban. “It’s a really discouraging...
More than 100 community members attended a rare standing room-only meeting of the Peralta Community College Board of Trustees on Tuesday night. The unusually large crowd came out to share their opinions about the proposed...
East Bay Liberians look on as Liberia holds pivotal presidential election.
A new law bars the expansion of for-profit immigration detention facilities in California, marking strong opposition to the Trump administration’s efforts to expand detention centers and ramp up deportations.
Syrian refugees in the Bay Area are struggling in rebuilding their lives with the language barrier.
Specialty Foods, Inc., Oakland’s first African grocery, marks 40 years in business.
Pyeongtaek became the first South Korean city that Oakland has formed a friendship relationship with.
Yemeni corner store owners debate whether to continue selling alcohol because of religious reasons when it is an anchor product that supports their extended family.
Vietnamese-American writer, Andrew Lam, author of "Perfume Dreams: Reflections on the Vietnamese diaspora" and "Birds of Paradise Lost" spoke at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center on Tuesday about his experiences growing up as a refugee...
After years of waiting and yearning, more than 1,300 immigrants from 95 countries became United States citizens at a ceremony held at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland last Tuesday morning.
Residents met to discuss issues facing East Oakland including human trafficking and the sex trade, education, affordable housing, illegal dumping, improving employment opportunities, gun violence, and getting justice for the immigrant and refugee communities.
As Lily Woo, age 23, got off of her 12-hour flight from Korea, she felt relief to be back home in the Bay Area. Even though this was Woo’s first time visiting the birthplace she...
Teachers and administrations within the Oakland Unified School District rally behind their undocumented students.
Oakland may become the first city in the nation to use its purchasing power against President Donald Trump's proposed border wall.