BART's Board of Directors has approved plans for a four-building housing, office and retail development around its Lake Merritt station.
Balboa High School was placed on lockdown after reports of a possible shooter on campus.
Mayor Libby Schaaf said the new program incentivizing landlords to accept Section 8 vouchers has already housed 684 families.
The nonprofit shop is seeking the public's help in its recovery efforts.
A judge rejected a plea deal for the operators of the Ghost Ship warehouse, where a fire killed 36 people in 2016.
Bursting at the seams in their basement, the Friends of the Oakland Tool Library are hoping to open a shipping-container annex.
The West Oakland co-op will focus on other projects, including some remodeling.
John Lee Cowell, 27, was arrested for allegedly killing Nia Wilson and wounding her sister on Sunday.
John Cowell is wanted in the stabbing of Nia Wilson and her sister at the MacArthur BART station.
The Eastline development would encompass more than three acres.
Last year, ACILEP represented 680 people in immigration court who could not afford an attorney.
A cannabis entrepreneur nicknamed "Permit Patty" called 911 because the girl was selling water without a permit.
Three years in the making, the Zoo's state wildlife exhibit is now open to the public.
A 200-foot-tall residential tower with ground-floor retail will replace an Acura dealership.
Several residential structures under development in Oakland burned in 2016 and 2017.
The writer-director took questions after a screening of his new film, "Sorry to Bother You."
The city's Department of Transportation aims to repave 25 miles of streets.
Owner Luan Stauss nearly closed last year but decided to give it another go.
The study is the first of its kind to take place on the West Coast.
Hundreds rallied in Oakland against federal legislation that led several websites to close.
The city will appeal a judge's decision blocking enforcement of its coal ban at the Port of Oakland.
AAMLO will receive nearly $20,000 to preserve rare films and audio that were donated in 1992.
The character became inextricably linked to Oakland with the movie's release this year.
A developer planning to ship coal through the Port of Oakland may be able to proceed.
The team is officially considering two different sites in Oakland for a new stadium.