After initially keeping the coronavirus at bay, the number of new cases in Alameda County has skyrocketed to more than 11,000 over the past two months, and it may get worse, according to the county’s interim public health officer. Local… Read More ›
A seemingly old media dilemma forced the Trump administration to remove a citizenship question from being printed on the upcoming U.S. Census form. A deadline for the company tasked with printing 1 billion Census forms in time for the fall… Read More ›
The uncertain future of Hayward’s St. Rose Hospital, a safety net hospital serving a large number of Southern Alameda County’s Medi-Cal and uninsured residents, has vexed county and city officials for years. But the resolve for continually propping up the… Read More ›
Debate returns the Board of Supervisors on Mar. 12 after sheriff balks at some proposed changes to disaster preparedness training.