Campaign filings this week show that Oakland Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan opened a committee to begin fundraising for a run at Oakland mayor. Two weeks later she dropped out. What happened?
Despite rancor toward Schaaf, Kaplan says the endorsement of her challenger is not payback.
For hours Thursday afternoon, Oakland and East Bay insiders debated whether Rebecca Kaplan was really running for mayor, but then there was a plot twist.
Citing a recent ruling by a federal judge that Trump blocking users from his Twitter feed is a violation of free speech, an ethics complaint asserts Desley Brooks is doing the same thing.
Taj Reid, the 47-year-old son of Oakland City Council President Larry Reid, was found guilty Thursday of rigging […]
Weeks after the Oakland Athletics signed an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement with the Port of Oakland to study the […]
Oakland City Council candidate Loren Taylor OAKLAND CITY COUNCIL–ELECTION 2018–Now that Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf has thrown down […]
Going back to their days together on the Oakland City Council, there has never been much love lost […]
Annie Campbell Washington OAKLAND CITY COUNCILFirst-term Oakland Councilmember Annie Campbell Washington announced she will not seek re-election to […]
OAKLAND CITY COUNCIL An opinion by the Oakland City Attorney’s office that a voter-approved independent police commission did […]
Eyes on Oakland’s District 6: Natasha Middleton and Loren Taylor. OAKLAND CITY COUNCIL–ELECTION 2018–Oakland Councilmember Desley Brooks‘ actions […]
Oakland Councilmember Desley Brooks eviscerated her council colleagues during Tuesday night’s meeting. OAKLAND CITY COUNCILEven when Oakland Councilmember […]
In 2007, it was alleged Oakland Council- member Larry Reid asked for a new air- conditioning unit in […]
Fox News host Tucker Carlson and guest last Friday, Oakand Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan. OAKLAND CITY COUNCILOakland Councilmember Rebecca […]
Oakland Councilmember Annie Campbell Washington doubts the city administration is serious about reducing overtime hours for its public […]
Oakland voters overwhelmingly supported Measure Q in 2004, but the parcel tax has struggled to improve libraries in the […]
ELECTION 2018While legislative special elections in Southern California proliferate–mainly due to resignations that follow claim of sexual harassment–the […]
Oakland Councilmember Desley Brooks OAKLAND CITY COUNCILOakland Councilmember Desley Brooks is one of the most notoriously feared elected […]
OAKLAND CITY COUNCILOakland is headed toward a work stoppage as more than 3,000 members of the Service Employee […]
OAKLAND CITY COUNCIL Oakland Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick reiterated that she was not previously aware that a raid […]
OAKLAND CITY COUNCILOakland’s largest public employees union filed a lawsuit in Alameda County Superior Court Tuesday alleging the […]
A’s management announced an intention to build a new ballpark in the above area near Laney College in […]
Assemblymember Rob Bonta hopes Trump continues to be the failure-in-chief. 18TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICTAssemblymember Rob Bonta had some negative […]
THE WEEK OF OCT. 27-NOV. 5 –OAKLAND– Special Community & Economic Development Committee meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 31, 10 […]
OAKLAND CITY COUNCILPrototypes for President Donald Trump‘s border wall are nearly complete. The City of Oakland, however, believes […]
COLISEUM JPAA fan-generated proposal to sue the Raiders and the National Football League over the team’s move to […]
African Americans were pulled over by OPD 15,000 times last year, nearly 10,000 more than the next racial […]
OAKLAND CITY COUNCILSusan Harman, an Oakland activist and member of an advocacy group hoping to create potential ground-breaking […]
OAKLAND CITY COUNCILLater this month, three Oakland councilmembers will introduce a resolution offering the city’s support for the […]
Oakland Councilmember Dan Kalb is one of five declared candidates for the 15th Assembly District race next year. […]