An Oakland artist has been restoring historic benches that were features of San Francisco's Transbay Terminal for decades.
Several groups representing people who live and work near the selected site are mobilizing opposition.
Many who live in the area are opposed and say the team's outreach has been insufficient.
Filmmaker Peter Nicks was embedded with OPD for about 2 years, going back to November 2014.
A couple claims excessive force by police violated their civil rights and caused a miscarriage.
The work is covered by a $3.5 billion bond measure that will overhaul much of BART's system.
When the ride-hailing company bought the building in 2015, it announced plans to relocate up to 3,000 workers.
The A's are considering a move to a spot near Laney College, but it's not the first time a major-league team has looked it over.
The local brewers are moving into a larger space at 21st & Adeline.
Each year, 220 students learn juggling, stilt-dancing and other circus arts in this after-school program.
Only about 6% of new homes will be considered affordable, short of the city's goal of 28%.
A nonprofit providing computers to low income residents recently lost its home of 10 years.
This year's road-repair roundup was bolstered by bond funds, but there's still a lot of work to do.
Neighbors of a small putting green in Raimondi Park have cut down the weeds and put the green back in use.
After it was closed for selling contaminated meat in 1993, the building fell into disrepair.
Federal investigators are offering $100K for information that will help ID the arsonists involved.
A stalled project left a partially-excavated pit in downtown Oakland for nearly 10 years.
The CEO of the firm under fire said the protest was based on "libel and misinformation."
The hip-hop star studied film at SF State before launching his music career.
A group is using this year's temple project to highlight California's tree mortality crisis.
A developer hopes to finally restore the old Key System building in downtown Oakland, which was badly damaged in the Loma Prieta earthquake.
A crane was brought down and some evacuations lifted at the site of Friday's four-alarm fire near Lake Merritt.
A new $147 million courthouse with 13 criminal courtrooms opened in Dublin this week.
The algae can lead to skin rashes in humans and can kill dogs and small animals.
Activist Elaine Brown plans to build affordable housing and an incubator for the formerly incarcerated.