Uniforms and equipment belonging to Hayward’s Tennnyson High School softball team were removed from a locked storage locker […]
A 37-acre parcel of hillside land near Cal State East Bay in Hayward, long ago envisioned by CalTrans […]
A new rent stabilization ordinance in Hayward was formally approved Tuesday night. But the ordinance does not come […]
Roberta “Bertie” Cooper, a three-term mayor of Hayward, who led the city through a period of increased development, […]
After decades of landlords slowly whittling away the number of units protected by a city rent ordinance to […]
With frustrations from the family of the man slain by Hayward Police last November running high, the Hayward […]
For six months, Agustin Gonsalez’s family has made impassioned pleas for Hayward elected officials to, at minimum, express […]
Hayward Councilmember Aisha Wahab said Tuesday night that she will ask for an independent investigation of deadly force […]
Hayward is set to approve eight more cannabis permits on Tuesday night and may rid itself of one […]
A cannabis business previously approved for a commercial distribution permit in Hayward could have the license rescinded next […]
Some Hayward councilmembers showed growing pains with new council rules for offering and debating referrals.
With an eye toward limiting the displacement of Hayward residents, Councilmember Aisha Wahab wants Hayward residents to have […]
The tension at Hayward City Hall has been building for months between some elected officials and the insurgent […]
Lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court is based on last year’s Janus v. AFSCME ruling.
Earlier in the day, landlords asserted in a letter that Hayward’s emergency ordinance violated the Brown Act.
Vote next Tuesday night would stop evictions without cause, perhaps, up to one year.
Koller, 55, was hired in August 2016
Hayward PD killed Agustin Gonsalez, who had battled depression, last November after receiving a call that he was brandishing a knife.
Overflow council audience erupts in anger after Hayward Mayor Halliday tells them to see the matter from the police officer’s POV.
Nearly half of all Hayward tenants spend 35% or more of their monthly income on rent.
Video released Friday shows primary officer waited 7-8 seconds before discharging his weapon. (Body-camera footage begins at 16:45 mark.)
Hayward’s General Fund reserves estimated last June to fall below 20 percent of its expenses, a threshold mandated by the City Council.
The Hayward City Council chambers erupted in chants of “Shut it down!” and “What are you hiding?!” after […]
Hayward Councilmember Aisha Wahab is proposing a citywide equal pay for equal work ordinance. She made the referral […]
With heartfelt words, defiance, and a vow to stay true to her values, Hayward Councilmember Aisha Wahab was […]
Hayward residents, for some time, have griped about the level service provided by AC Transit. Last month, Hayward […]