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Updated: The Oakland A’s Have Narrowed Their Ballpark Choices to Two

The team is zeroing in on Laney College and Howard Terminal, with Laney edging into the lead as the favored spot, sources say.
May 10, 2017

Lake Merritt Reborn

How Oakland voters transformed the city’s “Crown Jewel.”
May 10, 2017

They Make House Calls

Alameda’s community paramedics reduce readmission rates and frequent 911 users.
May 10, 2017

Phoenix Rising

Alameda’s first co-working space arises with artistic flair.
May 8, 2017

Word on the Street: Safe Haven

How do you feel about Alameda being a sanctuary city?
May 4, 2017

On a Health-Care Island

Thousands of Alamedans can’t use Alameda Hospital for basic care, because of a dispute with health insurers.
May 3, 2017

An Emerging Progressive

Richmond resident Kimberly Ellis advocates for electing more women to public office, and she wants to become the next chair of the California Democratic Party.
May 1, 2017

A Waste of Money

Oakland is suing its recycling contractor, alleging that the company is overcharging apartment building owners by millions of dollars.
April 27, 2017

The Year of No Police Shootings

2016 was definitely not a banner year for Oakland police, except in one area: For the first time in more than two decades, no one got shot by a police officer.
April 3, 2017

Flirting With Disaster

Months after the Ghost Ship blaze rocked Oakland, Alameda is grappling with whether to reinstate its fire safety inspection team.
April 3, 2017